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show a very special family. It is a microcosm of Japan?
I haven't compiled is determined based on statistical criteria. But to me the question of what actually constitutes a family. In Japan, much value is placed on kinship, and all other counts. Unlike in Europe, there are, for example, virtually no foster families, orphans need to live in nursing homes. I think, however, there is still something else than the blood that holds it together.

love?
Yes, but I'm not the romantic type and wants nothing to glorify. Without spoiling too much: There are some families that only the Board of life, you receive thanks to the grandparents exist in Japan. When the old people die, then, is not reported, so that you can more relate to money.

your Inspiration from real incidents?
. The Japanese Economy is continuously bachab: When I was a child, belonged with us, practically all of the middle class. Now, the trench is much deeper, there are a lot more people falling through the social network. The society has been totalitarian, people who do not fit in, are excluded. In the cinema, but there is, as a counterpoint, a great longing for heart-warming stories.

father and son, two shoplifters, a seems to be a homeless girl into their family. Video: YouTube/Magnolia Pictures & Magnet Releasing

In a press note, "Shoplifters", you had decided to rotate after the earthquake of 2011 and the Fukushima disaster, no more movies about traditional families.
The stands? I think this is a Lost-in-Translation thing, what I wanted to say: Since these disasters, the blood has relatives in Japan, even more weight, all of which are closer together. Even more important was to show me that there are other forms of living together. It is, to use a modern word, a Fake family. But the feelings are real.

In the centre shoplifters. You have done a lot of research on this?
I Stole never, that's what you mean. But there are books on the subject I've read.

How common is shoplifting in Japan?
more and more, the harder the times are. Many do it because they need to survive, like the family in my Film. But I'm afraid I'll be scolded for that I'll show the Whole thing in a playful way.

you Should see a shoplifter, and flails around, he has to have my movie seen.Hirokazu Kore-eda

The actors in full prior to the thief is a kind of Ritual steels. What is it?
The father draws these raids really will be like a game for the children. That's why I was looking for something, the this inspired. It is totally my invention. You should see a shoplifter, and flails around, he has to have my movie seen.

The children of-mouth often food from Gluten. What is that, exactly?
Oh, you don't know Glutencakes? The are not made from wheat protein, have a lot of flavor of its own, like Tofu. But they absorb everything like a sponge. So they are tasty. And they are cheap. That's why you eat these people. For me they are a childhood memory. Try them, if you come to Japan.

How did you work with the actors?
as always. I simply selected the very best (laughs).

Seriously, you seem to really form a family.
I already gave you time to grow together. But more important was that everyone had the ability, on the other. The best actors in this case were such that not thinking of himself and his own power into the center of the back. But on the other can hear. Especially on the children.

The family lives in a small space. How did you filmed this?
I have found a little cottage, surrounded by modern buildings. But inside it was, indeed, turn to tightly to the Interior, we have built in a film Studio. There we were able to take the walls out to make more room for the camera. The camera man and I noticed soon that the so-rotated images had a real. Therefore, we have left the walls finally, and we artificially concentrated. So it was much better.

This is the approach of the great Japanese Director Yasujiro Ozu.
well, his Name is mentioned in connection with my films often, what I feel is a great honor. But in the case of "Shoplifters", I thought less of him. For me, the social reality was more in the center, the relations of these people to society. So I wanted to pay homage to a Western Director. The biggest compliment for me would be when someone would mention a masters from England, I just admire such as Ozu.

Of whom do you speak?
you Have not guessed it? My role model in this case, Ken Loach.

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Created: 12.12.2018, 13:55 PM

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