I have never seen better performances. Must see
"Nobody knows" demonstrates the hardness and crudity of life. The filmis as simple as disturbing; it leaves you dumbstruck with every scene.You shudder remembering that the film is based on real facts. "Nobodyknows" shows the life of four siblings abandoned by their parents, andhow the older one (who is only 12 years old) tries to take care of hisbrothers. Nobody knows why those children have to confront a wickedthing which they doesn't deserve; this wicked thing was already part oftheir lives when they were born. Even so, since the first minute, thefilm irradiates optimism: before their mother abandon them, the familyseems a poor family but so happy in spite of; even the difficultiesthat the siblings have to go on, it seems that they will survive (it isas if there is not enough wickedness to hinder the passing of life).The movie is strongly reinforced by the actors' performances (reallystriking and outstanding), it is as if a hidden camera was filmingtheir lives without they noticing it. The boy who play Akira won theBest Performance by an Actor award in the Cannes Festival, but thetruth is that the four children deserve the award.