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  • Rate: 7.7/10 total 1,429 votes
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  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 17 March 2017 (USA)
  • Runtime: 117 min
  • Director: Hirokazu Koreeda
  • Stars: Hiroshi Abe, Yôko Maki, Taiyô Yoshizawa |See full cast & crew »
  • Soundtrack: Wakare no yokan
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Private Detective | Rain | Divorced Parents | Mother Son Relationship | Father Son Relationship

Umi yori mo mada fukaku (2016) Writing Credits By:

  • Hirokazu Koreeda (original story)
  • Hirokazu Koreeda (screenplay)


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Umi yori mo mada fukaku (2016) Plot: After the death of his father, a private detective struggles to find child support money and reconnect with his son and ex-wife. Umi yori mo mada fukaku 2016 Full summary » |  »

Umi yori mo mada fukaku (2016) Story: Dwelling on his past glory as a prize-winning author, Ryota (Hiroshi Abe) wastes the money he makes as a private detective on gambling and can barely pay child support. Umi yori mo mada fukaku 2016 After the death of his father, his aging mother (Kirin Kiki) and beautiful ex-wife (Yoko Make) seem to be moving on with their lives. Umi yori mo mada fukaku 2016 Renewing contact with his initially distrusting family, Ryota struggles to take back control of his existence and to find a lasting place in the life of his young son (Taiyo Yoshizawa) – until a stormy summer night offers them a chance to truly bond again. Umi yori mo mada fukaku 2016 Written byIndiewire

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  • Hiroshi Abe known as Shinoda Ryota
  • Yôko Maki known as Shiraishi Kyoko
  • Taiyô Yoshizawa known as Shiraishi Shingo
  • Kirin Kiki known as Shinoda Yoshiko
  • Mickey Curtis
  • Lily Franky (as Lily Frankie)
  • Isao Hashizume
  • Shôno Hayama known as High school student
  • Sôsuke Ikematsu
  • Satomi Kobayashi

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  1. ctowyi from Singapore says:

    There are not many directors whose films I greet with enthusiasm, letalone Japanese ones. I think Hirokazu Koreeda is the only one. Hisfilms are a different breed – simple in design, but brilliant inarchitecture and sublime in closure.

    Koreeda is the leading exponent in contemplative cinema. Under hisminimalist approach, the essence of familial life and couplehood isdistilled into abstract thoughts lingering like warm tendrils wrappedaround your mind. The movie may be over but it refuses leave theconfines of your consciousness and you would want to surrender to itswarm lull again. The tone of After the Storm is pitch-perfect – nobodyscreams in your face, there are no pointing fingers, no low browsoap-opera. The acting is exquisite and nuanced. What is not saidspeaks louder than what is uttered. There is humour of the familiarkind; it is the kind of humour you laughed heartily because it is sofamiliar and you recognise the situations because you have gone throughthem before. There are not many filmmakers who are as sensitive asKoreeda. Above all else, this is a director who listens to characters'inner thoughts and emotions like an old master piano tuner and he knowshow to calibrate the performances for everlasting emotional heft. ForKoreeda, it is always about the small moments leading to the bigtruths.

    After the Storm is not one of Koreeda's best films (it needlessly tooktoo long to establish Ryota's character) but it easily transcends wayabove all the flashy films that inundate our cinemas like ants tocandies. I wish I had a notebook last night because some of themetaphors are amazing. Here is one, asseverated by the grandmotherYoshiko, "The longer a stew sits, the more flavour it develops, justlike people."

  2. sanjayduff from Kuala Lumpur says:

    After The Storm is an absolutely brilliant film, as it deals with thetrials and tribulations of a father & perceived loser in the face ofchallenging life circumstances. Hiroshi Abe plays the role of ShinodaRyota, a detective that is financially broke, divorced and living inthe illusion of his past glory as an award winning author. He strugglesto make ends meet and often resorts to gambling, stealing and backhanddeals that involves extortion in order to support himself and to paychild support for his only son, Shingo.

    Another eye-catching performance to look put for is by Ryota's mom,Yoshiko, played by Kirin Kiki. She absolutely nails the role of abewildered, lonely and regretful single grandmother, often dwelling onthe unfortunate circumstances of the past and blaming her late husbandfor how her son turned out. She provides most of the comedic moments inthe movie, as her tendency to be over-bearing and cheapskate at times,will make you giggle in the very least. She also seems obsessed andresigned to the idea that she will die alone, hence she keepsrequesting her son & daughter to keep her company as much as possible.On top of that, she also harbors the faint hope that her son can bere-united with his ex-wife, and tries to set them up to sleep togetherduring a night of storm.

    Overall, the theme of After the Storm is dealing with the presentcircumstances in the face of unrealized dreams and broken hopes. Thistheme is strong in the characters of Ryota and Yoshiko. Additionally,Ryota's ex-wife, Kyoko (played by Yoko Maki) also plays an importantrole as she embodies the person whom manages to focus her life solelyin the present times. Whilst Ryota still perceives himself as thefather responsible for Shingo's journey through his current childhoodphase, Kyoko has moved on and has accepted the fact that Ryota wasnever cut out to be a responsible father. She has even found a newboyfriend and except for the monthly visit, would rather Shingo not bespending time with his actual dad.

    What really catches the eye about this movie, is that even in a fullydeveloped country like Japan, with is high standards of living andapparent high-culture, there exists people like Ryota; someone who isleft behind by the fast-moving economy and rebels against the norm ofparticipating in the corporate rat-race to succeed career-wise. He canbe pictured as someone who is very defensive whenever questioned on hislife choices and habits. However, just like a starry-eyed younggraduate, Ryota had dreams of his own for a stable government job,which somehow never came to be. However, the pride in him neverdissolves, as the once Award-winning author still feels he deservesrecognition for his past work.

  3. Howard Schumann from Vancouver, B.C. says:

    Fear that your children may mimic your worst qualities is the drivingforce in Hirokazu Koreeda's ("Our Little Sister") After the Storm (Umiyori mo mada fukaku), a compassionate look at the struggles of aJapanese family. Its title derived from the lyrics of an old pop song,the film is set in Kiyose, a city near Tokyo where it is beautifullyshot in the housing compound where Koreeda grew up by cinematographerYutaka Yamasaki. Ryota Shinoda (Hiroshi Abe, "Everest: The Summit ofthe Gods") is a novelist who has not had a story published in fifteenyears and is forced to work for a private detective agency, which heclaims is solely to do research for his next novel. Using his detectivejob to spy on Kyoko's new boyfriend with the help of his youngdetective-partner (Sosuke Ikematsu, "Mubansô"), he learns that she isdating a wealthy businessman who is intrusive in Shingo's life.

    A gambling addict who squanders much of his earnings, Ryota'srelationship with his young son Shingo (Taiyo Yoshizawa) is in jeopardyas his ex-wife Kyoko Shiraishi (Yoko Maki, "Like Father, Like Son")threatens to keep him from seeing Shingo until he catches up on hischild support payments. The first time we see Ryota we are notimpressed. He is going through his recently deceased father's privatebelongings to see if he can find anything that he could sell. It seems,however, that his father was also a gambler and Ryota's search mighthave been better conducted at the local pawn shop. While it is clearthat he is not a role model for parenting, Ryota is man of considerablecharm and Koreeda does not stand in judgment of his actions but depictshis travails with warmth and humor. We see that in spite of his dubioushabits, his sister (Satomi Kobayashi) and his employer are both willingto lend him money.

    With the help of his own mother, the spunky and very astute Yoshiko(Kirin Kiki, "Our Little Sister"), Ryota has his sights set onreuniting with Kyoko and Shingo. His love for his son is very real buthe seems incapable of breaking from his demons, the same ones thatdominated his father's life. Attempting to win back Shingo's love, hetakes him out for a hamburger, buys him new shoes, and visits Yoshiko,the boy's beloved grandmother. Knowing that a typhoon is on the way,the family comes together to spend the night and to wrestle with thedirection that their lives will take. "Why can't men ever love thepresent," Yoshiko wonders, highlighting an important message of thefilm, that people must accept the reality of how they really are.

    While there is truth to the idea that we must accept who we are, thereis a thin line between accepting your limitations and recognizing thatyou have the power to transform your life, to live the life you wantrather than the life you are resigned to. Also, while the idea thatsons will always take after their father is accepted without question,the reality in my experience is that sons will either take after theirfathers or make very sure that they do not. After the Storm is one ofKoreeda's best films and, as always, he elicits exceptionalperformances from children as well as brilliant takes by Kiki andHiroshi Abe, but, in my view, its message is debatable.

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