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In a small Tokyo apartment, twelve-year-old Akira must care for his younger siblings after their mother leaves them and shows no sign of returning.... (Full plot summary below)

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In a small Tokyo apartment, twelve-year-old Akira must care for his younger siblings after their mother leaves them and shows no sign of returning.

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Entertainment Weekly - 10/10 by Lisa SchwarzbaumYagira's performance is so extraordinary, it won him the best actor prize at the 2004 Cannes film festival.
Blogcritics.org - 10/10 by Alan Dale[Kore-eda has developed]a paradoxically quiet expressionistic technique, a virtuosic way to make the audience feel as if we were observing without intruding.
Contra Costa Times - 10/10 by Mary F. PolsSitting through this movie is akin to being forced to watch a box of 2-week-old kittens try to survive without their mother.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 10/10 by Steven ReaIt's a quietly powerful work, pulsing with gentle humor and a gripping sense of imminent calamity and dread.
Washington Post - 10/10 by Desson ThomsonIt should come as no surprise that teenage actor Yagira won the acting prize at the Cannes film festival last year. Watching him, you'll feel like handing him the trophy yourself.
San Francisco Chronicle - 10/10 by Carla MeyerThe film, winsome and tragic at once and finely attuned to the rhythms of childhood, always seems quite close to real life.
Chicago Tribune - 10/10 by Michael WilmingtonTakes us on a journey into the special domain of childhood, a voyage joyous, shattering -- and supremely convincing.
Los Angeles Daily News - 9/10 by Bob StraussNobody Knows has a haunting quality that is all the more effective for its deceptively everyday appearance.
Toronto Star - 9/10 by Geoff PevereThe film's extraordinary power derives from the filmmaker's restraint. Kore-eda is less interested in the obvious moral delinquency behind the incident than in the lives of the children who are condemned to survive it.
The Stranger (Seattle, WA) - 9/10 by Andrew WrightThe brief sight of a simple crayon doodle on a long overdue gas bill can bum you out for days afterwards ... The final devastating results aren't far from a masterpiece.

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