Japanese master Hirokazu Kore-eda takes a tenderly comedic look at a disintegrating family.
Writer-director Cristi Puiu follows the family's eldest son, Lary, as otherscharacters discuss 9/11, the Charlie Hebdo massacre, and the impact of Communism.
Woody Harrelson plays a rude, selfish cartoonist who's in for a very big surprise.
However, the dialogue, while delivered with appropriate good humour, can be remarkably slapdash in the exposition department.
Long-time Vancouverite Linda Ohama captures the human dimension of a tragedy that still reverberates six years later.