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Last Updated on 14th December Our Little Sister is a film about a trio of sisters whose lives are changed when their estranged father dies. He left their mother for another woman 20 years ago, and upon arriving at his funeral they meet the daughter that his affair produced for the first time. Koreeda wrote, directed, and edited this latest effort in a long line of critical successes, all to great effect. His direction is assured, displaying confidence and elegance in its blocking and a crispness in his editing which moves this domestic epic along boldly. His restless camera is nearly always drifting sideways into a scene, its lateral movement coming to represent the constant deepening and development of the plot. Every cut is a reveal, peeling away another layer in the complex relationship between these four women. Ayase and Hirose are the stand-outs, doing justice to the juiciest of the roles on offer, but everyone in this cast is on song. Watching this unconventional family unit build their new life together is a heart-warming sight. The performances are as subtle as the direction, but both occasionally come into conflict with the broader, more melodramatic tone of the script.
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She portrays her "average middle class Jewish family" as caring and benevolent, victims of the times which led to some very difficult years. Moving from Broolyln to the Long Island suburbs was difficult for young Lou Reed, who felt isolated in the new environment. He was beaten up in school, struggled with social anxiety, and turned to drugs and alcohol by the age of Weiner recalls a "nervous breakdown" Reed suffered during his freshman year at NYU, which led doctors to administer electroconvulsive therapy. According to Weiner, her parents had little understanding of her brother's issues unfortunately, it seems the same was true of his doctors , which left them too afraid to protest. It has been suggested by some authors that ECT was approved by my parents because Lou had confessed to homosexual urges. How simplistic.