Directed byHirokazu Kore-eda OriginJapon GenresDrama ActorsHiroshi Abe, Kirin Kiki, Yōko Maki, Satomi Kobayashi, Sōsuke Ikematsu, Mickey Curtis Roles Masaya Rating72% Ryôta, auteur d'un roman à succès, est détective privé pour subvenir à ses besoins et pour payer la pension alimentaire de son fils de onze ans. Il s'efforce de trouver de l'argent en jouant à la loterie et en pariant sur les courses cyclistes. Lors d'un typhon annoncé sur la ville, il est coincé dans l'appartement de sa mère, avec son ex-femme et son fils. Ils vont tenter de se reconnecter.
, 2h Directed byMipo O OriginJapon GenresDrama ActorsGo Ayano, Chizuru Ikewaki, Masaki Suda, Shōhei Hino, Kazuya Takahashi Roles tree farm owner Rating65% In a Japanese port town, Tatsuo Sato (Go Ayano), a traumatized man, spends his days drifting aimlessly and his nights drinking himself to oblivion. Whiling his hours away at a pachinko parlor, he meets Takuji Ohshiro (Masaki Suda), a young man on parole who impulsively invites him to a shabby house on the outskirts of town. There, Tatsuo glimpses Takuji’s bedridden father and callous mother, and meets his world-weary older sister Chinatsu Ohshiro (Chizuru Ikewaki). While immediately drawn to each other, romance is an unaffordable luxury for the emotionally closed-off Tatsuo and the disillusioned Chinatsu, who sells herself to provide for her family and keep her brother out of jail. As Tatsuo and Chinatsu take tentative steps towards a relationship, the happy-go-lucky Takuji latches onto Tatsuo, binding their fates. Each step they take to build a better life sets off a chain of actions that have devastating consequences.
, 2h1 Directed byHirokazu Kore-eda OriginJapon GenresDrama ThemesFilms about children, Films about families ActorsMasaharu Fukuyama, Yōko Maki, Jun Kunimura, Kirin Kiki, Machiko Ono, Isao Natsuyagi Roles Ryota's older brother Rating77% Ryota Nonomiya is a successful businessman who is focused so much on work that he neglects his wife, Midori, and son, Keita. Upon his return home one day, Midori tells him that the hospital where Keita was born needs to speak to them urgently, and Ryota senses trouble. After arriving at the hospital, the couple learns that their biological son Ryusei was accidentally switched with Keita after birth, and after DNA tests prove the error, they must now make a life-changing decision to either keep Keita, the boy they raised as their own son, or switch him for their true son.
, 1h54 Directed byHirokazu Kore-eda OriginJapon GenresDrama ThemesFilms about families ActorsHiroshi Abe, Yui Natsukawa, You, Yoshio Harada, Kazuya Takahashi, Kirin Kiki Roles Nobuo Kataoka Rating78% The Yokoyama family come together every year to commemorate the death of the eldest son, Junpei, who drowned accidentally 15 years ago while saving the life of another boy. His father Kyohei, a retired doctor, and mother Toshiko are joined by their surviving son Ryota, who has recently married a widow with a young son, and their daughter Chinami, her husband and their children. The family share nostalgia, humour, sadness and tension as memories are shared and ceremonies performed.
, 1h45 Directed byHideyuki Hirayama OriginJapon GenresScience fiction, Thriller, Fantastic, Fantasy, Action, Historical ActorsYōsuke Kubozuka, Kumiko Asō, Tetta Sugimoto, Koichi Sato, Kazuya Takahashi, Masaya Katō Rating51% Amakusa Shiro, qui a été tué durant la guerre de Shimabara, apparaît mystérieusement dans l'ère pacifique de Edo. Il a appris le sort magique interdit de résurrection, qui a le pouvoir de ramener les morts à la vie. Il a ramené avec lui tous les plus fameux samouraïs morts pour servir dans son armée. Shiro tente de renverser le gouvernement de Tokugawa Iemitsu, mais Yagyu Jubei se dresse contre lui. Jubei arrive à défaire les hommes de Shiro, avant d'avoir à faire à son propre père, Yagyu Tajimano-kami, qui est lui aussi un des soldats de Shiro...
, 1h30 Directed byItsumichi Isomura GenresDrama, Romance ThemesFilms about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film ActorsKazuya Takahashi, Suzanne Savoy, Dan Green, Tara Sands, Vinnie Penna, Debora Rabbai Roles Amane Rating58% Amane (Kazuya Takahashi) is a regular office worker who is bored with life. His girlfriend Juri (Natsue Yoshimura) pressures him to continue the relationship to the next level. However, he is not happy in their relationship. One day as he is driving he hits a woman who was walking on the road. She is taken to the hospital where she eventually recovers. Guilty of what he's done, Amane tells her to let him repay him for the accident, but she declines and disappears from the hospital. Obsessed, he finally finds her one night at a nightclub and learns that her name is Hanabusa. He also learns that the nightclub is for transvestites and that Hanabusa (Kumiko Takeda) is a hermaphrodite. Amane is disgusted at first, but goes along with it the rest of the night. Amane still wants to see Hanabusa and they have sex one night. Hanabusa shows Amane on how to be the perfect partner in sex both on top and bottom. Satisfied with this, Amane breaks up with Juri and both Hanabusa and Amane fall in love. Juri is upset and tries to confront Hanabusa, but ends up sleeping with her through the night. The next morning, Juri (while having enjoyed that she slept with Hanabusa) is even more angry at Amane and has sex with one of his co-workers, Takayanagi (Kunihiko Ida). Meanwhile, Amane and Hanabusa drive to Amane's hometown and purposes that they would meet his family. However, Hanabusa tells him to pull over. Amane is confused by this and states that he want to take their relationship to the next level. Hanabusa does not want to and suggest that they break up. Amane confronts her and angrily states that there is no place for someone like her. She responds by telling him to run over her again. They sit silently in the car, as Amane is trying to start the car. But is angry and upset at all this and tells Hanabusa that he is lonely and desperately in love with her. Hanabusa says that they should just end their relationship. Takayanagi later reveals to Amane that he slept with Juri half-way and suggests that he and Juri make-up. But Amane tells him that he is better off not seeing her or Hanabusa. But in reality, he is more depressed and alone. The next morning, Hanabusa is walking and finds Amane sitting in the snow. He gives back the heel from one of her shoes and leaves. But Hanabusa stops him and realizes that they should be lovers and mend their relationship. Then, Juri finds out that her period is late and uses this as a way to get back together with Amane and tries to push him into marrying her. However, Amane and Hanabusa believes she is lying, which makes her upset and she leaves. She later leaves a message on his voice-mail, threatening to commit suicide by drug overdose, blaming Amane for leaving her and pleading to him to come back to her one more time. The last scene in the film is Hanabusa and Amane visiting a now comatose Juri in the hospital. Amane says that all of this is ending, while Hanabusa remarks that it is not the end, but just the beginning.
, 1h38 OriginUSA GenresDrama ActorsSusan Sarandon, Sam Shepard, Robert Sean Leonard, Sean Astin, Marcia Gay Harden, Nick Stahl Roles TV News Cameraman Rating62% Maggie Singer (Susan Sarandon) is an obsessive, superstitious and moderately psychic woman who has premonitions in her dreams. The mother of seven children, only one of which still lives at home, she is getting divorced from her husband, and plans to move into the city and take a job as a civil servant. When she learns that there has been a terrorist explosion on the military base where one of her sons, Percival, is stationed with the Marines, her family gathers at the house and attempts to find out what has happened.