A noted heart surgeon gets a second chance at adolescence when his personality is accidentally switched with that of his teenage son. Moore is amusing as the man-child (or is it child-man?).
A college student disguises himself as a girl to sneak into a fraternity and ends up falling in love.
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After a series of ghastly murders targeting women, four female codebreakers set out to decipher the pattern behind the crimes.
Theatrical trailer for Like Father, Like Son.
The 'switched at birth' urban legend and the Nature vs. Nurture debate provide Hirokazu Kore-eda with a fresh opportunity to revisit his ongoing preoccupation with family dynamics and parent-child relationships in contemporary Japan. The life of go-getting workaholic architect Ryota one of comfort and quietly ordered affluence with his wife Midori and son Keita is violently overturned when hospital administrators reveal the unthinkable: Keita is not his biological son. Due to a switch at the hospital, his 'true' son has been raised in the disheveled but warm-hearted home of working-class shopkeeper Yudai and his wife. The different approaches of both couples to their excruciating dilemma and the gradual emotional awakening of the all-too-rational Ryota are at the core of this sensitive drama of family feeling, which showcases Kore-eda's rich sense of humanity.
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Introduction from Director Hirokazu Koreeda before the Like Father, Like Son screening at the AFI Film Festival.
Question and answer session for Like Father, Like Son at the AFI Fest.
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Feature trailer for Like Father, Like Son.
Would you choose your natural son, or the son you believed was yours after spending 6 years together? Kore-eda Hirokazu, the globally acclaimed director of 'Nobody Knows', 'Still Walking' and 'I Wish', returns to the big screen with another family - a family thrown into torment after a phone call from the hospital where the son was born...
Ryota has earned everything he has by his hard work, and believes nothing can stop him from pursuing his perfect life as a winner. Then one day, he and his wife, Midori, get an unexpected phone call from the hospital. Their 6-year-old son, Keita, is not 'their' son - the hospital gave them the wrong baby.
Ryota is forced to make a life-changing decision, to choose between 'nature' and 'nurture.' Seeing Midori's devotion to Keita even after learning his origin, and communicating with the rough yet caring family that has raised his natural son for the last six years, Ryota also starts to question himself: has he really been a 'father' all these years... The moving story of a man who finally faces himself when he encounters an unexpected wall for the first time in his life.
Ryota is forced to make a life-changing decision, to choose between 'nature'
and 'nurture.' Seeing Midori's devotion to Keita even after learning his
origin, and communicating with the rough yet caring family that has raised
his natural son for the last six years, Ryota also starts to question himself:
has he really been a 'father' all these years... The moving story of a man
who finally faces himself when he encounters an unexpected wall for the first
time in his life.
Trailer for Like Father, Like Son.
Ryota Nonomiya is a successful businessman driven by money. He learns that his biological son was switched with another child after birth. He must make a life-changing decision and choose his true son or the boy he raised as his own.
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