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  • Close-Up

    Close-Up

    ★★★★★

    There is a big chance that I won't see anything like this ever in my life.

  • 45 Years

    45 Years

    ★★★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    You'd think that nothing breaks a 45 year bond, or maybe you'd like to think that? After watching this movie, I'm sad and somehow not surprised. Charlotte Rampling's character, and herself, were the main focus here, so it is safe to say this is a character study from beginning to end. How they move, how they feel, how they think, and how they change. Speaking of change, the weather everyday keeps changing and gives a certain implication of how things…

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  • Three Identical Strangers

    Three Identical Strangers

    ★★★★

    After the first half and getting to know the initial story, it just got bigger and scarier. This is such a sad truth: We can't control our lives, especially in this case with the triplets. One more truth; a person's family could be the only real impact on him/her.
    P.S. I feel this story is not over, and maybe somehow it was forcibly stopped, especially at the end. I'm wishing for some sort of part II, or something.

  • Under the Silver Lake

    Under the Silver Lake

    I really enjoyed it a lot, even while I was bothered by its silly mysteries barking at you every second, I would cautiously recommend it.

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  • On the Beach at Night Alone

    On the Beach at Night Alone

    ★★★★

    "-Are you still searching for love?"
    -Where's love? It's not even visible.
    You need to see it in order to search for it."

    I loved the experience I had while watching this movie, it's so realistic to a point where I sometimes felt uncomfortable.

  • Shoplifters

    Shoplifters

    ★★★★½

    The signature family drama which Koreeda has always mastered. In the first few minutes it sounded very familiar, but with every scene I got more attached and numbly and uncontrollably involved. Every line is carefully written and uttered, every facial expression is well performed, and then you find yourself in love with every member of this unusual and dysfunctional family. Koreeda brings back the argument of who's and what's a family? What makes someone a parent? The same notion he…