Plan75 / For Our Beautiful Country
This ain't fun when the form-playing lasted for 120 minutes, with nothing really fresh. 8 bits game, vintage/childish rock music, Kafka and his "Castle", adolescent problems, and the self-mockery of "cliché" is still cliché. It just pushes me back to Shunji Iwai's "PicNic", Hirokazu Koreeda's "Nobody Knows" and a little bit of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's "Tokyo Sonata" on the family-society side. But the little actor Keita Ninomiya and the actress Sena Nakajima, they both worth some expectations.