• 电影名称 Dare mo shiranai

  • 中文名称 无人知晓
  •  类型  戏剧
  •  国家  日本
  •  语言  日语
  •  时长  2 hr 21 min (141 min) / 2 hr 21 min (141 min) (Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente) (Argentina)
  • 上映时间 21 October 2004 (Hong Kong)
This is a pretty amazing film. It is the story of four children who areultimately abandoned by their mother soon after the fatherless familymoves into an new apartment.Nobody Knows does a deft job at portraying child abuse and abandonment.The mother clearly loves her children and also, clearly is in...
"Dare mo shiranai" is a film about four children in adversity, beingabandoned by their irresponsible mother. There's an eldest 12 year oldboy, a second eldest 11 year old sister, a second boy (8 years old),and the baby of the family is a five year old girl. Now, Narnia is alsoa tale of four young si...
I have been a fan of Kore-eda Hirokazu films for a couple of years now.Like many of his viewers my first exposure to his body of work was hisfilm After Life that touched my heart because of its humanisticquality. After viewing that gem, I watched Maboroshi and Distance bothof which I enjoyed as well...
This is a story about four children who are abandoned by their motherfirst for a month and then worse. The eldest son, 12 year old Akira isforced into a heartbreaking and impossible role of being a parent tohis young siblings aged 10, 7, and 4. None of the children attendschool since they are not re...
Hirokazu Kore'eda's Nobody Knows is a film of deep compassion aboutfour young children abandoned by their mother in a small apartment inTokyo. Based on a real incident in 1988, the film was written,directed, produced, and edited by Kore'eda whose earlier films,Maborosi and After Life were introspect...
Nobody Knows was a very touching film. I found the plot of this film isquite similar to the Japanese Animation film, The Grave Of Fireflies(1988), which I happened to watch several moths after I had watchedNobody Knows. Definitely the motives of these two films are different.While the director of No...
Many people wrote in detail about "Dare mo shiranai" (Nobody knows), soI guess that another review would only be an unnecessary repetition.But I have just a question to ask: Why was the story watered down? Nooffense meant. The film is really good, but I think that if the wholestory had been told it ...
The performances of the children in this film are astonishing. I haveNEVER seen a film which so accurately captures children's gestures andactions. The children appear caught up in every moment...giving themjoy, but also a sense that they cannot perceive all that is happeningto them. They are alone,...
I highly recommend this film because the mentality of the characters isfascinating and it gives a great view about the Japanese culture andway of thinking. In addition, the director is excellent at using hisresources to create the world of the film and maneuver the emotions ofhis audience. I had nev...
I was quite disappointed with this movie, it was very slow, lacking incharacter arcs, plot or emotion. The abandonment and the 'fending forthemselves' is interesting, but it's half shot like a documentary, halfshot like a progressive drama. But there's very little to take from thefilm. The character...
Keiko is a single mother living with her four children (all fromdifferent fathers) in a cramped apartment she's recently rented in amiddle class section of Tokyo. Fearful that they will be thrown outonto the streets if the neighbors or landlord discover the existence ofthe kids, she makes the three ...
Truly the closest I've come to crying during a movie in a long time.Yûya Yagira playing the inspiring role of the oldest sibling, AkiraFukushima, he watches over his three younger siblings, after theirmother's departure.Akira and his family recently move to a new apartment in a new city,living with...
"Nobody knows" deals with several interesting subjects, being theobvious parental responsibility (or lack of), isolation in general, theincapability of thinking on other human beings necessities... But whatI liked (or disliked) most was the idea of children being not children.Kids live irresponsible...
Kore-eda's newest feature continues in the same vein as his otherunhurried and placid works. His characters are caught in a state offlux, between transitionary moments, exemplified perfectly in hisserene and incredibly original film, "After Life." Other reviewers havefrequently mentioned that film a...
The true story which this film was based upon was first reported in1988 as an incident caused by cruel people. However, as more truth wasrevealed, Koreeda then sensed that the mother may have been sweeterthan what the media described her to be, and that there must have beenmany sweet moments in that...
A wonderful movie experience here in a cinema at the CopenhagenInternational Film Festival.This is a great display of children's performance in a movie. I stillam moved by the extraordinary performances (best actress prize inCannes), the cinematography and music to make you feel the connectionbetwee...
Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda's 'Nobody Knows' is a contemporarydrama involving a mothers struggle to cope with life with her children.The mother, Keiko, has little money and crams everyone into the tinyapartment. Akira (Yua Yagira) is the oldest child of about 12 yearsold, who is the only visi...
'Nobody Knows' is a deeply moving film. It sheds light on a disturbingreality that we may not be aware of or may not even want to think aboutbut definitely exists in the world we live in. The plot says it all: Agroup of children try to stick together and live a 'normal' life aftertheir so-called mot...
When I purchased this movie from Amazon, then it was with a high levelof expectation, as it had been getting great reviews just aboutanywhere you looked. And it was supposed to be such a great movie fromthese reviews.And now having seen the movie, I can't really claim to see the hypeabout this movie...
Nobody Knows tells a story of how four children, abandoned by theirmother and never officially recognized by authority, struggle tosurvive on themselves in modern-day affluent Japan. This interestingpremise, coupled with the film's wide critical acclaim on both IMDb andRotten Tomatoes, compelled me ...
Nobody Knows tells the story of a group of four siblings before andafter their abandonment.The movie is magical and poetical, but also heartbreakingly hard sincethe first scenes to the end. It has great lyric moments combined withvery lovely light ones.I was surprised that the director and the scrip...
I watched this movie in 2005 on the flight to Osaka. I couldn't believethe story. I couldn't believe that this could ever happen in Japanwhere children's lives are controlled every minute by teachers. When Igot access to Google and checked out the story I couldn't believe thismovie story was based o...
I've seen it for the first time maybe like a year ago but, was justlooking through some of it again and noticed how many good scenes thereare in this film. It also has great atmosphere that pulls you in partlydue to the cinematography and overall realism. The kids acting is verybelievable. Especiall...
I recently viewed this film several times on Independent Film Channel (a wonderfully creative channel, and break from the usual fodder shownon HBO/Showtime. Or AMC, American Movie Channel, which re-runs JohnWayne films so often (yes, even in the year 2009), I am starting tothink his estate owns stoc...
Daremo shiranai (Nobody Knows) Writer/Director Hirokazu Koreeda's "Dareme shiranai" is slow-paced and exceptionally well done. It's a veryengrossing piece that doesn't shy away from the reality of life. Thisfilm contains genuine moments of frustration for the central charactersand for the audience t...
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