Home > Shoplifters


A move away from the crime genre picture explored in The Third Murder, this is a return to family and the world of childhood from acclaimed Japanese director Kore-Eda. A look at an unconventional extended family with skeletons in their closet, the film recalls the director’s trademarks, namely a sensitivity to the rigours of the modern world, beautiful framing, phenomenal performances and an ability to depict without sentiment the world of childhood. Winner of the Palme d’Or.

Listen to our review of Shoplifters by skipping to the 14.55 mark in our November film podcast…