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Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda's critically acclaimed, charming drama explores the lives of two young brothers whose parents have separated. Koichi lives with his mother Nozomi and her parents in Kagoshima, whose backdrop is Sakurajima, an active volcano that perpetually deposits its dusty ash on the city. Meanwhile, Koichi's younger brother Ryunosuke is over 500 miles away in Osaka with their father, Kenji,. The siblings chat frequently on their mobile phones, but, as time passes and their parents seem no nearer reconciliation, they start to really miss each other's company. However, hope may be at hand: everyone is excited at the prospect of the bullet train connecting their cities - and none more so than the brothers, who've heard that when the trains pass each other in opposite directions they generate a supernatural force that can make wishes come true... Kore-eda's latest movie, Shoplifters, was this year's winner of the Palme d'Or at Cannes.