After the Storm evaluation action

2022-04-14 08:01
"Hai よ り も ま だ Shen く" is a film created by the director with the father as the protagonist. Although it seems to be a story about a family, the biggest difference in the film is that the protagonist's identity is not only a son, but also a husband and a father. Characters are set to create a story. Even if a small family is intertwined with trivial dialogues, it can make the movie fresh and delicious with the brilliance of jokes and dripping tea and rice, and warm and touching. The stories and characters are delicate and gentle, and the solidified beauty of life is constructed from trivialities.  
The director of the film focuses on the complexities of family life, exploring the relationship between generations of a family with a sympathetic, non-point of view. The film has a lot of wit and sadness, and the two are usually intertwined. Always lead beauty in every detail of life. Centered on a middle-aged man who has a dream but failed to realize it, and his mother who loves him deeply, it depicts a family-like animal language that foresees the future and lives in the present, which is different from the dream.  
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  • Miles 2022-04-14 08:01:01

    The title of the film comes from Teresa Teng's "Premonition of Parting". Laughing at a failed life is probably the highest level of tears. It was Hirokazu-eda, who could make as many movies as there were middle-aged men. A lot of effort was put into each character setting to create an ocean with just one drop of water.

  • Darron 2022-04-17 09:01:13

    "I've made a decision, so you have to look forward." It's a family of Zhipai, it's really a five-star crush, and Xilin's life is frequent, just to say cry you middle-aged people who don't know how to cherish the moment people!

After the Storm quotes

  • Shinoda Ryôta: The lottery isn't gambling.

    Shiraishi Kyôko: Of course it is.

    Shinoda Ryôta: No, it is not.

    Shiraishi Kyôko: What is it, then?

    Shinoda Ryôta: It's a dream. A dream you buy for 300 Yen.

  • Shinoda Ryôta: I'm not... who I want to be yet. But, you know, it doesnt matter whether I've become what I wanted. What matters is to live my life trying to become what I want to be.

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