Filmwell: Alissa Wilkinson looks at Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Still Walking

In this exceptional Filmwell article, Alissa Wilkinson takes a look at Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Still Walking:

It’s a quiet, buoyant tale of a family gathering to celebrate the memorial of a loved one’s passing, and without giving much away, I can say that in its cheerfulness, its celebration, and its dark moments, the film has much to say about treasuring loved ones before it’s too late, about regret and what it does to people, and about the nature of memory.

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