Wandering Home

Wandering Home

War photjournalist Yasuyuki Tsukahara (Tadanobu Asano) married popular manga artist Yuki Sonoda (Hiromi Nagasaku) and had children. Because of Yasayuki's drinking problems the couple divorced. Yasuyuki is now coughing up blood, hospitalized, and violent. Even with all of these problems Yasuyuki can't give up drinking alcohol. His family gets tired. Yasuyuki is then hospitalized in an alcoholic ward. There he finds comfort living with other patients and having conversations with doctors. With the help of his family, Yasuyuki recovers mentally and physically, but his body has already paid a heavy toll.

War photjournalist Yasuyuki Tsukahara (Tadanobu Asano) married popular manga artist Yuki Sonoda (Hiromi Nagasaku) and had children. Because of Yasayuki's drinking problems the couple divorced. Yasuyuki is now coughing up blood, hospitalized, and violent. Even with all of these problems Yasuyuki can't give up drinking alcohol. His family gets tired. Yasuyuki is then hospitalized in an alcoholic ward. There he finds comfort living with other patients and having conversations with doctors. With the help of his family, Yasuyuki recovers mentally and physically, but his body has already paid a heavy toll. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Karen C (jp) wrote: This story was a beautiful picture of the balance of joy and sorrow during the time of the Nigerian Civil War. The actors paint vivid images of the realities of setbacks and victories in life set against the backdrop of a country in turmoil and seeking to grasp its own identity. I loved it and I would recommend it. If you are looking for something that will give you shallow stereotypical narratives of Africa, this is not the film. However, if you are seeking a film that will challenge your previous understandings and grow your compassion, this is DEFINITELY the film for you

K S (gb) wrote: This is one of the funniest films I've seen in a long time. How true is that family? We all have 'em. Would like to add this to my collection. Superb acting and direction, beautiful filming, good local talent found. What could be wrong? I was unable to see this when it first came out and had the good fortune to see it at a one off showing. Thank you! Such a good film.

Hank M (kr) wrote: it's not a Swanberg flick without some gratuitous penis.

Victor F (es) wrote: Eu realmente gosto da forma com que o diretor conduz a histria, dando contornos a trama de forma stil e simples. No entanto as cenas mais realistas parecem mecnicas demais. Simplesmente no convencem, sacrificando um bom roteiro tentando ser algo que no .

Karen S (br) wrote: A fascinating documentary about the intense and strange world of debate competitions.

Christopher H (jp) wrote: Having been acting since 1984, "Frozen River" marked Melissa Leo's revival, bringing her an Oscar nomination and an a continued impressive career to follow. Bringing to life the white trash life style in New York, Ray's (Melissa Leo) dreams of getting a new double-wide trailer with a jacuzzi tub are dashed when her gambling husband runs off with all their money. Suddenly thrown into the world of smuggling illegal immigrants to the U.S. by means of a Native American reservation, director Courtney Hunt brings this incredibly dark story to life, creating a tight-knit film that runs on necessity, and means to an end. Leo must provide for her two sons and with the double-wide hanging over their heads and a dead end part-time job, smuggling immigrants becomes a main source of living. Mirrored by co-star Misty Upham, as the Native American, Lila Littlewolf, who gets Ray involved in the racket, she is unable to be with her child, who was taken after her husband was killed. Together, they find a silent understanding that although this may be illegal, it gets them closer to providing for their families and therefore presents a silver lining. However, when strange factors begin to play, including a mysterious duffel bag that brings about some alarming drama and the arm of the law coming down in the form of a local sheriff, the thriller portion of the film takes full effect. Melissa Leo delivers an amazing performance and makes "Frozen River" a pleasure to watch.

Paolo K (kr) wrote: Movies are seen as metaphors for their nation and World Cinema is at danger at being pigeonholed as that. What separates this movie is how the characters could act vindictively or compassionately adds colour to plot. The characters and the script alone helped the audience see how Lazarescu's situation escalates, not needing music or cinematography to do so.

Nicholas J (gb) wrote: Films loses the plot a bit, but the Manager Car-salesman training sessions are a must see! VERY funny!...and true too.

Michael H (it) wrote: A young man finds his scripture in "Hagakure," a collection of commentaries by the samurai Yamamoto Tsunetomo, and recreates himself as he imagines a samurai to be. His samurai mythos intersects uneasily with the mobster mythos his employer lives within. At the end of his career, our samurai passes his scripture on to a young disciple. A remarkably effective film, GHOST DOG brims with wry humor and small human endearments.

Octavian (kr) wrote: Warning:Rape culture

Roy C (br) wrote: Lend a helping wing.

Todd L (br) wrote: Enjoyable relic of the 80's with a silly spy story that, due to various reasons, has not aged well. Today's audiences will be scratching their heads at the concept of East Berlin and college students who run around campus shooting each other with realistic looking paint ball guns.

Simon G (fr) wrote: Richard Harris plays Zachary Bass, a member of a group of trappers on an expedition into the Northwest Territory. When he is injured and close to death after a hunting accident Captain Henry, the expedition's leader, gives the order to leave Bass behind. As Bass slowly recovers, living off the land, he decides to take revenge on the men who left him for dead. Though filmed in Andalusia, Spain the film is loosely based on the 1818-1820 Missouri Expedition. The locales are beautifully used, from close up, intimate shots of woodlands to more panoramic mountain vistas. Bass's recovery is slow and ongoing through the film adding an air of realism not seen in many pictures and the violence is both brutal and realistic, with excellent use of close ups in certain shots. Not quite a classic but if you give Man in the Wilderness the time you will not be disappointed.

William B (kr) wrote: a Bergman film about war with special FX is surreal indeed - though once again it's about people, not events, and the trademark abrupt ending hits you hard (as usual) as you attempt to come to terms with what you've just experienced

Jeff B (au) wrote: Visually stunning, with a decent storyline, but overall a good movie to go to sleep to. This was almost like two separate movies, the second half being much more serious than the first - much like The Sound of Music.

Jeremy P (ca) wrote: b-movie look into the world of prostitution that is dark and corny in parts. most of the movie is from the ladies point of view. so fetishes are portrayed as gross interactions you are forced into by economic need rather than a fun interaction by a those who enjoy them. men are portrayed as violent obsessive killing machines. the costumes and cars seem to have been a big influence on boogie nights.

Aron A (ca) wrote: What more can you expect from a 1995 film of amateur actors and a 500 budget (it seems). Regardless of this, I found it rather entertaining.

Ed C (au) wrote: Great video! Special Effects are stunning and play well on 3D as well especially liked the inner mountain battle scene and the mountains. Great addition to the Ring series.