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    Like Father Like Son

    Ryota Nonomiya is a successful businessman who is focused so much on work that he neglects his wife, Midori, and son, Keita. One day, he 聽 聽
    Genre: Drama
    Country: Japan
    Duration: 120 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2013
    IMDb: 7.8
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  • Actors of "Like Father Like Son"

  • Characters of "Like Father Like Son"

    Ryota Nonomiya. Character of Like Father Like Son
  • Directors of "Like Father Like Son"

    Hirokazu Koreeda. Director of Like Father Like Son
    Hirokazu Koreeda
    Birthdate: 6 June 1962, Tokyo, Japan
  • Creators of "Like Father Like Son"

    Hirokazu Koreeda. Director of Like Father Like Son
    Hirokazu Koreeda
    Birthdate: 6 June 1962, Tokyo, Japan
  • Critic Reviews of "Like Father Like Son"

    Globe and Mail
    March 07, 2014

    If you've seen any of Koreeda's previous films, and especially the wrenching children-alone saga Nobody Knows, it won't surprise you to learn that the observation of children in Like Father, Like Son is unfailingly acute ...

    Detroit News
    February 21, 2014

    Koreeda's film never feels gimmicky; he uses the situation to examine both nature and nurture while dealing with ties that simply can't be broken. "Like Father, Like Son" ponders the meaning of family.

    Arizona Republic
    February 19, 2014

    Writer and director Hirokazu Koreeda does not pretend that there are easy answers in his film, which at times plays almost like a fable. But the emotions and heartbreak are always grounded in reality.

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    February 14, 2014

    If you've seen Hirokazu Koreeda's films - Nobody Knows, Still Life, I Wish - then just the announcement that a new one, Like Father, Like Son, has arrived is all you need to know.

    Seattle Times
    February 13, 2014

    A moving drama about parenthood from Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda.

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    February 13, 2014

    A deeply affecting Japanese family tale from Hirokazu Kore-eda, renowned for his films about parents, children, blood bonds and loss.

    Bangkok Post
    May 10, 2016

    Always gentle, always composed, the films of Hirokazu Kore-eda also register quiet devastation, often within the family. The stirring -- the earthquake, even -- usually happens beneath the surface of calm.

    Jerusalem Post
    March 22, 2016

    [Hirokazu Kore-eda] uses an attractive and talented cast to find a fresh take on a subject that has been mined by television movies and series ad infinitum.

    July 16, 2014

    Completely realistic because it is in keeping with the reserved temperament of the culture.

    Flick Filosopher
    May 05, 2014

    Powerful Japanese film about children switched at birth who challenge the love and hope of their rediscovered parents six years later. Beautiful and heartbreaking, from the masterful Hirokazu Koreeda.

    May 02, 2014

    Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda delivers a quiet, beautifully modulated, touching drama.

    Sydney Morning Herald
    May 02, 2014

    There are times when the script seems just too schematic - as if Kore-eda has decided that we should all sit still while he lays out the nature versus nurture debate. Then the small truths which enrich each scene take over.

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