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(49313) 8.0 121 min 2018

Manbiki kazoku is a movie starring Lily Franky, Sakura Andô, and Kirin Kiki. A family of small-time crooks take in a child they find outside in the cold.

Starring
Sakura Andô, Mayu Matsuoka, Lily Franky, Kirin Kiki
Genres
Crime, Drama
Director
Hirokazu Koreeda

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Crime, Drama
Director Hirokazu Koreeda
Writer Hirokazu Koreeda, Hirokazu Koreeda
Stars Sakura Andô, Mayu Matsuoka, Lily Franky, Kirin Kiki
Country Japan
Also Known As 万引き家族, Kradljivci, Shoplifters, Vagiliautojai, Un asunto de familia, Zloději, Kẻ Trộm Siêu Thị, Obiteljske veze, O afacere de familie, 小偷家族, Somos una familia, Bolti tolvajok, Une affaire de famille, Ha'mishpakha Shelly, Un asunto de família, Złodziejaszki, Assunto de Família, Shoplifters - Familienbande, Shoplifters - perhesalaisuuksia, Un affare di famiglia, Shoplifters: Uma Família de Pequenos Ladrões, Tatiči, Zagleni, Κλέφτες Καταστημάτων, Arakçılar
Runtime 2H 1M
Description A family of small-time crooks take in a child they find outside in the cold.

Top reviews

Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 14:00

The country of Gambia has become the latest victim of the war on drugs. Its people have been systematically eradicated by the highly efficient drug cartels that exist in the Western world. The movie has an honest, dramatic, but pessimistic view of the situation. The inhabitants of the Gambian countryside are being terrorized by organized crime. They have lost their children and neighbors and they are forced to live in a constant state of terror. The title of the movie is a tribute to the children who have been lost to the war on drugs. As a result, they no longer play their children's instruments, play traditional instruments, and help their neighbors. This forced disappearance has become a state of terror for the people. They have to leave their children, their music, and their culture. The children cannot express their dreams, they cannot share their ideas, and they can not express their thoughts. Even the education system has been banned. The movie portrays the situation from the point of view of the young children, and the parents. The movie is mostly a portrayal of the deterioration of the people's life in a remote and hostile area. The movie has an excellent cast, including Haji Aitana, Ademir Beny, and Walid Douwe and Ademir Beny. I recommend the movie for everyone who is interested in social issues. The message is to use your critical thinking skills to see the full picture of the situation. As a final note, the movie is also a tribute to the music of the Gambian people.
Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 03:54

I recently came across a documentary titled "Yanki gensho", which had been produced by Japan's International Cinema Studies Institute and directed by the same one who has made the acclaimed "Cecelia's Wedding" (I was about to have a heart attack!). It was a strange experience to find out that, at the beginning of the film, it was only a brief description of the main characters, before it turned into a narrative that moved very fast and had a lot of "Gosh" in it, which is another reason why I really enjoyed the film. It's an interesting observation about the Asian film industry, but the film's script, in particular the way the story was written and edited, didn't allow me to fully enjoy the film. The scenes that were just "sick" to me were only because of the way the scenes were edited. The best part of the film was probably the way the images were edited. The other problem was the lack of a clear story line. There were moments when the story line could be summarized, but the rest of the film was completely incoherent. It was only the second time I've ever seen an animated film in which the story line was completely incoherent. I don't think that the film could be categorized as a "comedy", though it did have some good moments. The first half of the film was all about the tragic love story, and the second half was all about the moral dilemma. There was a good balance, but there was still too much inconsistency and inconsistency. I would suggest that this film would have been a lot more enjoyable if it had been more coherent. Also, the characters were quite different, so it seemed like the character development was not consistent. Overall, I enjoyed the film, but I think it could have been more entertaining if it had been a bit more coherent and more consistent.
Sunday, 10 May 2020 08:42

The German movie "Eine Geschichte der Mitteleuropa" (The Sword of Miracles) takes place in 1960s Germany in a family. The eldest son Martin (Klauge) is an altar boy and the two youngest children have different beliefs in the priesthood. The older son Dieter (Willig) has been preaching his god to him and this could be a metaphor for the rest of the family, which also sees itself as a priesthood. The oldest daughter Justine (Wendt) does not believe in religion. Her husband Martin's ex-girlfriend Frieda (Wendt) is a priest. The parents are now divorced and are divorced again. Martin takes his teenage daughter Christiana (Wendt) to a seminary and her baptism marks the start of her life as a woman. It is a long road to the church. Martin does not accept the idea that Frieda could be his wife. He has a falling out with his wife and tries to get her to agree to her divorce. Frieda has a stroke and Martin is placed in a nursing home. The youngest son Erwin (Schlauge) is a troubled youth and the older son Martin (Klauge) is sent to a boys' school. The brothers are now together and Martin and his sister Istvan (Dieter) have come to their old home in the mountains. A lot of time passes. We see the beginnings of Martin and Istvan's affair and the death of Frieda. The father dies and the church has a crisis of faith. Martin falls in love with the younger Istvan. Martin finds his soul mate and he and Istvan have a civil marriage. Frieda's priest friend wants to have her back and the church's spiritual adviser Rev. Ludwig (Munz) wants to break up Martin and Istvan's union. Frieda's spirit comes back and she brings Martin and Istvan back together. It is a long journey to the church. It is a wonderful movie with a few problems. It is too long and some parts are not clear. The casting is excellent and the acting is good. The effects are wonderful. The effects are the best I have seen in a German movie. I have not seen "Das Leben der Raum" but this is the best German movie I have seen. It is a big improvement over the previous German movies that I have seen. This is the best movie I have seen since "Le nozze di Figaro". It is a well made movie with many beautiful and expressive images. The acting is superb, the music is excellent, and the cinematography is excellent. I recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys a good movie. I give it a 7 out of 10.
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 09:37

This is a hard film to define. It has all the elements of an excellent film, but it lacks in all of the critical areas which makes it a good film. The storyline is good and the film is extremely well-paced, but it's the pace that is the film's major weakness. It's easy to get to know a character and identify with them. Then the film is off and running. The next scene or events take place so fast that you have no time to fully digest the plot or characters. This happens several times throughout the film, often leading to scenes which seem pointless. The plot takes off so fast that it takes time to determine what happened. A number of the characters are secondary, as is the case with the character of Cagalli, who seems to be only in the film to plot the guy out. There is no depth in the characters, which is important to the film's success. When it comes to the dialogue, the film suffers from some of the worst English I've heard in a film. The English used is so poorly used, I'm not sure I could say it accurately. I think the English of a Japanese film is much better, and I think the English used in the film was put in because it would make the English of the film more interesting to the audience. The English, however, was a major problem, and had many English-speaking viewers having trouble understanding the dialogue. I can understand why a Japanese film would be difficult to get right, but it's a shame to have a film which is as well-written and so well-paced be so badly executed in every way. I give this film an 8/10. It's a very good film, but it could have been better.


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