Cannes Film Festival

VERDICT: Japanese director Kore-eda Hirokazu’s first film lensed in South Korea, about a well-intentioned gang who sell motherless babies, is a minor work with only distant echoes of his 2018 Palm d’Or winner Shoplifters, but still imbued with the filmmaker’s militant humanism.

It’s not the South Korean setting or dialogue, nor the carefully selected cast, that leaves a teen
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