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Still Walking: Still Walking is a family drama about grown children visiting their elderly parents, which unfolds over one summer day. The aging parents have lived in the family home for decades. Their son and daughter return for a rare family reunion, bringing their own families with them. They have gathered to commemorate the tragic death of the eldest son, who drowned in an accident fifteen years ago. Although the roomy house is as comforting and unchanging as the mother's homemade feast, everyone in the family has subtly changed.

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Ratings: IMDB: 7.9/10 Metascore: 89% RT: 100%
Released: June 28, 2008
Runtime: 114 mins
Genres: Drama
Countries: Japan
Director: Hirokazu Koreeda
Actors: Haruko Kato Hiroshi Abe Kazuya Takahashi Kirin Kiki Susumu Terajima Yoshio Harada Yui Natsukawa

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Posted by Sodapop_Curtis 5 years, 1 month ago
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A slow and subtle portrait of family in mourning, where everyone appears to be bitter and petty. The bit where the mother chases a yellow butterfly because she is sure it is her reincarnated son is probably the most heart-breaking scene I have ever seen.

Posted by zapater 2 years, 3 months ago
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Extraordinary story and characters bridging all cultural differences,Hirokazu Koreeda is a great director with a wide range of simple but very profound,universally recognizable movies..5/5.

Posted by postcronicita 2 years, 10 months ago
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I have someone very sick in the family, and felt like a film about death- rather than escape it, I bow down to it. There is nothing as eerily familiar to me as seeing unhappy families depicted on screen, but few directors make such films compelling. All the seemingly mundane details here make it worthwhile, with themes we can all understand: how one never feels adequate enough when faced with one's parents, how it feels to be the favourite or the "others", how we make promises and then poof! it's too late to go back. If you liked this film I would recommend 2 more: "Conte de Noel" by Desplechin (similar theme of a mixed-up family with a dead son) and "Amour" by Haneke (similar scene to the butterfly one, but very different in scope).

Posted by proana 3 years, 3 months ago
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A highly relatable drama, slow, but extremely fascinating. The characters and story were deeply moving. It was beautifully directed and exceedingly well-acted. It's a must see for sure. 5/5.

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