Still The Water
Cert: 15 Year: 2014 Length: 121 mins Language: Japanese
Described as a slow burning, very Japanese coming of age drama, Still the Water is a lyrical and moving film set on the sub tropical island of Amami where the land and seascapes provide a compelling backdrop to the story.
Kyoko and Kaito are teenagers with complex relationships with their parents – their own developing relationship is brought into focus by the discovery of a tattooed body washed up on the beach.
Still the Water has an idealism and a tranquility. Kawase's distinctive serenity and generosity of spirit remain valuable qualities in the cinema
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