Hirokazu Kore-eda - All Films Ranked

Hirokazu Kore-eda is a giant. I can now safely say that he has triumphed the process of exploring grief in an extremely universal way, something that is communicative and yet, deeply personal. Kore-eda has proven that you can express sadness without force-feeding remorse to the audience. And his approach isn't experimental in any manner. Something that is reserved for the taste of a few. His approach isn't absurd, or surreal, or languid. His approach isn't rigidly arthouse or mainstream. His approach is human. You don't go and dig your gaze into a grieving human who is a stranger to you. But you don't let it be and walk either. You try to observe from a distance. You try to morph…

  • Still Walking

    1

  • Our Little Sister

    2

  • Maborosi

    3

  • Shoplifters

    4

  • Like Father, Like Son

    5

  • Nobody Knows

    6

  • I Wish

    7

  • Distance

    8

  • After the Storm

    9

  • After Life

    10

  • The Third Murder

    11

  • Air Doll

    12

  • Hana

    13

  • The Truth

    14