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Shoplifters

Directed by: Hirokazu Koreeda | 2018 | 2h | Rated R | In Japanese w/ English Subtitles

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90 NW 29th Street, Miami (305) 571-9970

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Hirokazu Kore-eda, master of the domestic drama makes the definitive film about what it means to be a family in Shoplifters, winner of the Palme d’Or at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. A ragtag intergenerational group living together in a seedy Tokyo apartment support themselves by petty theft and playful grifting.

After one of their shoplifting sessions Osamu (Lily Franky) and his son come across a little girl alone in the freezing cold, and decide to take her home with them. At first reluctant to shelter the girl, Osamu’s wife (Ando Sakura) relents after learning of the hardships she faces. Although the family is poor, barely making enough money to survive through petty crime, they seem to live happily together. But when the young son is arrested, secrets are exposed that upend their tenuous, below-the-radar existence and test their quietly radical belief that it is love—not blood—that defines a family.

An unforgettable film that sneaks up on you and steals your heart, SHOPLIFTERS is Japan’s Official Selection for Best Foreign Language Film consideration at the 91st Academy Awards.

“In the past, Kore-eda’s delicacy has at times enervated his movies. Here, though, the family’s toughness, thieving and secrets, its poverty and desperation, work like ballast on his sensibilities. In their grubby imperfections, Kore-eda finds a perfect story about being human.”
– NEW YORK TIMES

“Tolstoy got it wrong and Shoplifters gets it right. All happy families are not the same. Hirokazu Kore-eda’s enchanting, subversive masterpiece takes on family values and bourgeois pieties through a Japanese crime family that is not what it seems.”
– WALL STREET JOURNAL

“A tender ensemble piece whose skillful performances dovetail into a perfectly symphonic whole, “Shoplifters” is a work of such emotional delicacy and formal modesty that you’re barely prepared when the full force of what it’s doing suddenly knocks you sideways.”
– LOS ANGELES TIMES