“(Kore-ada) again finds truth and drama in relatable human behavior, and does so by sketching fully-realized, three-dimensional characters”~Roger Ebert.com
Aroview: After the death of his father, a morally bankrupt private detective struggles to find child support money and reconnect with his son and ex-wife. Expressively portraying the small disappointments and regrets that mount over a lifetime, and with powerful, naturalistic performances that reveal timeless insights into human behaviour.
3 stars (Good Enough) The title refers more to the marriage break up rather than the typhoon toward the end of the film. The main character's detective work along with its characters is abandoned midway so the screenplay is a bit untidy. Kirin Kiki's performance stands out.~tubbs