Tag Archives: Hirokazu Koreeda

Best of 2016: Our Little Sister

An elegant ode to sororal relationships which sparkles with a quiet sensitivity, charm and poignancy… Hirokazu Koreeda’s Our Little Sister is a film in which subtle shifts within a character’s life slowly reverberate down and unearth great wells of emotional turmoil and buried conflicts. As a film it’s a triumph in the art of restraint; […]

Our Little Sister – New Release Review

An elegant ode to sororal relationships which sparkles with a quiet sensitivity, charm and poignancy… Hirokazu Koreeda’s Our Little Sister is a film in which subtle shifts within a character’s life slowly reverberate down and unearth great wells of emotional turmoil and buried conflicts. As a film it’s a triumph in the art of restraint; […]