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Umi yori mo mada fukaku is a movie starring Hiroshi Abe, Yôko Maki, and Satomi Kobayashi. After the death of his father, a private detective struggles to find child support money and reconnect with his son and ex-wife.

Drama, Comedy
Hirokazu Koreeda
Satomi Kobayashi, Lily Franky, Hiroshi Abe, Yôko Maki

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Product details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Hirokazu Koreeda
Writer Hirokazu Koreeda, Hirokazu Koreeda
Stars Satomi Kobayashi, Lily Franky, Hiroshi Abe, Yôko Maki
Country Japan
Also Known As Ritratto di famiglia con tempesta, Po bouři, 海よりもまだ深く, After the Storm, Etter stormen, Posle oluje, Efter stormen, 比海還深, Después de la tormenta, Depois da Tempestade, Tras la tormenta, Fırtınadan Sonra, 比海更深, Po burzy, Après la tempête, Akharei ha'se'ara
Runtime 1 h 58 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description After the death of his father, a private detective struggles to find child support money and reconnect with his son and ex-wife.

Top reviews

Saturday, 30 May 2020 13:19

Yes, this film has a lot of problems. The plot is very thin, and the characters are weak and undeveloped. The female lead, Nippon Ishi's Yuki, is completely wasted. I don't think she had a chance to show her full personality. The rest of the female cast is weak too, but I will focus on the cast of the male lead, Motoki. Motoki is one of those characters who you will definitely want to see develop. He is likable, but he is just not very developed. He comes across as a shallow little moron. And if you don't get what I mean, watch the movie again. But the most important thing is that this is a very good film. The first half is really engaging, and contains some wonderful scenes. There are some unexpected turns, and you will be on the edge of your seat. The second half, however, is disappointing. There are two kinds of mistakes. Sometimes, the characters do things they are not supposed to. In this case, the director and the actors should have realized this, and the film should have ended with the things they had to do to earn their paychecks. However, in the end, the characters still manage to do some things that are cool. The final revelation is a total surprise, and it is the best scene of the movie. The final scene will bring tears to your eyes, and I don't think it will leave any lasting impression. The acting is good, the cinematography is beautiful, and the soundtrack is perfect. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in art, and has a kind heart.
Thursday, 28 May 2020 18:08

Well, I am not a huge fan of (or my parents are) of Yoshihiro Tsuchiya. I liked his first two movies, I liked his 2009 documentary about Japan and his various other TV dramas. I am not so into Tsuchiya's other movies, however I have to say I really liked this movie. There were several reasons. One, I really liked how it explored the idea of meeting and falling in love and how that could be part of an overall arc. Second, I liked how it managed to be less of a "love triangle" with each of the characters (instead of being 100% focused on one) and more of a "how can you find your true love?" The movie is much more realistic than I was expecting. It has a real life story, and the people in the movie really seem like people who have lived that life. And while the story might seem unrealistic, I still found it realistic, because it seemed very believable, not to mention that I really enjoyed watching it. And I still think the ending was also very believable. There was not a single moment where I was thinking, "I wish they'd not done that!" and the movie doesn't drag on and on. It does not feel like it is dragging on and on, and there is not even a single moment where I was thinking, "Well, how can they pull that off?" I would highly recommend this movie. If you are looking for a way to escape the real world and see something more interesting, or to laugh, or to have a good laugh, this movie is for you. And to be honest, I am not really sure I would ever want to have another long term relationship, but for those of us that do, this is the way to go. The art is really amazing, the acting is really great, and the plot is really good. If you are not a big fan of Yoshihiro Tsuchiya's work, but you want to see this movie, I recommend you to give it a shot.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 17:16

It's hard to imagine that in a country where the cinema is the cultural expression of the country, the movie industry is not paying attention to the society. This is evident in this film, which was inspired by the true story of a taxi driver in Tokyo, a taxi driver who is a kind, helpful man, and for this reason is not just known but also is a hero of the Japanese film industry. We know from the beginning of the film that the taxi driver is a taxi driver who is just going to work, but one day he is attacked by a violent criminal, and as he is bleeding, the taxi driver starts to speak his whole life to the people who are strangers to him. This is the story of "Yorokuro," and he tells about his life, and what happens to him, as he lives it. The film is about the real Japanese film industry. The taxi driver is an inspiration for the Japanese cinema, but not in the sense that he is not an inspiration for the Japanese film industry. He is an inspiration for people in the other countries of the world, because he is a man who lives in the inner depths of humanity. This film is not about a particular genre, or even about a particular time, but about the man who lives in the depths of humanity, who is at a point where he can no longer tell his story. This is one of the most powerful films ever made in Japan. This is a story that affects the people and the people affect the people. It is one of the most wonderful films ever made in Japan, and one of the most successful film ever made. This film is a must-see. This film has been very successful in the Japanese film industry, and so has been the Taxi Driver, who lived the life of a taxi driver.
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 01:39

A film that would require more than one viewing. It's both disturbing and refreshing. There is no redeeming feature in this film. It doesn't have the female hero, the heroine, and the tragic ending. It's all down to the director. With his clever editing and multiple framing and lighting, this film has a unique look. It's a little challenging to find a single "trail-blazing" image, but I've never seen a film that has more than one image of its own in the whole film. The look of the film is quite wonderful. The title is a bold and unusual choice. It's not the sort of thing that would stand for a masterpiece, but it's something that doesn't make much sense. A perfect example is the opening titles. It's one of the most beautiful and unexpected titles I've ever seen. This is the title that most films are driven by, but it's also the most idiotic. The film is about sex and violence, but it's not about the sex. The main actor and the heroine's characters, both male, have a lot of back-story. The sex is very important, but it's not what drives the story. Instead, it's all about how the two men, the one on the street, and the street-wise priest, are trapped in the cruel world of the city. The story about the priest is important, but it's not what drives the story. Instead, it's about the priest's innocence and how his willingness to protect a prostitute is a betrayal of his own morals. It's interesting that the filmmaker doesn't give the whole film to sex and violence. He makes sex and violence the core of the story. The film looks like it was shot in the 70's. It's a beautiful film. It's so very different from the Japanese action/comedies that I've seen, but it's so different from the stuff I've seen. The way it looks is very artistic, and I would strongly recommend it to anybody. If you like films that are unlike what you normally see, then check it out. It's worth it.
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2020 21:30

There are some really good parts to this film. As usual, Natsuki Takaki plays the lead role and even does some kendo for a bit. It's not a big part of the film but he does it well. The scene where he tries to turn a kid into a dog is great. I actually want to see more of him. Natsuki's reaction to the thought of kido is classic. There are a couple of good jokes but they're not strong enough to carry the film. And they aren't funny enough to carry the film. They're mostly references to other films. It's too bad, because this film would be a masterpiece. But the pacing is too slow. The film takes too long to get to the funny parts. Even Natsuki's serious reactions to the death of his mother don't stand out. There's not enough comedy and too much seriousness. Some scenes drag on a little too long. The film could have been funnier with better jokes. And I feel that some of the other cast members, who I thought were great, aren't given much to do. The film could have been a lot better with some more characters to play off of and not just a bunch of repeats of people. Natsuki Takaki is an actor that I like to watch. I've seen him in a lot of different films and he seems to do well in all of them. I think he's a great actor. And the fact that he plays in a Japanese film is probably why he seems to have a lot of charisma. He does some amazing acting. I'm not going to bash his performance here. He does a good job. But his presence isn't enough to carry this film. Overall, this film is a good film. It's not great. But it's a good film.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 10:48

From the director of "Assassination Classroom" and "Melancholia" comes the incredible story of a family who is also the origin of a new breed of troubled men. A group of mysterious and violent thugs that always get in the way of their plans. This isn't a traditional revenge movie where the victim is a black hole. This film is also the story of the horrific cycle of abuse, which takes the toll on the people who are abused and neglected. It is the story of an abusive, violent relationship and it is also the story of a family that has lost their collective trust. After the end of the war in Korea, it is assumed that all orphans were moved to American colonies. However, no one knows where they were taken. Thus, they are brought back to Korea. The family of three sisters has been suffering from nightmares of the past two generations, where they were separated and abused by the society. For one of them, this is what their childhood was like. The other two sisters are struggling with their memories and struggling to cope with the abuse that was placed on them. The patriarch, who is also the patriarch of the family, is a raging alcoholic. He is also the person who is the main focus of the film, along with the woman who raised them. We see the true meaning of the "system" by following the story of the patriarch and the sisters, their hidden past, and the effects that were placed on them by their upbringing. The film is very, very sad, but very, very funny. If you can handle the style of the film and the tone of the story, you'll find this film to be very interesting. Highly recommended.

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