Still Walking is the most personal work to date from contemporary Japanese master Hirokazu Kore-eda (Maborosi, After Life, Nobody Knows). Fashioned as a tribute to his parents, the film depicts one day in the life of the Yokoyamas, gathered together for a celebratory ritual that only gradually makes itself clear. Rather than focus on big dramatic moments, Kore-eda relies on simple gestures and domestic routines (especially cooking) to evoke a family’s entire life, its deep regrets and its daily joys.
Includes a booklet featuring a new essay by film critic Dennis Lim and recipes.
Special Features: Video Interviews with Kore-eda and Yamazaki, Making Still Walking, Trailer.
Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.