Grounded and naturalistic in its depiction of family, grief, loss, regret, and growth. A Sun is a film of quiet emotional power and a cautionary tale of what can happen when you fail to consider the needs of others before your own. It’s a film about empathy and a reminder that language is not our first language, it’s what we don’t say and how we listen when nobody else is speaking, that defines how we know someone.
Definitely one of the funniest films of the year and is one of my favourites. There is a point in the movie where the laughs are coming so fast and hard that I could barely breathe. Best zombie film of the year, best comedy of the year, best feel-good film and best film about films.
And yash, I appreciated the level of detail and craft in One Cut of the Dead. It's just fucking briliant.