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Daigo is alienated from his wife and friends owing to traditional values.
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Cinema Topics Online in Japanese. Comic Magazine Time Adventure: Byrnes found that Departures used the symbol of the cherry blossoma je which blooms after the winter only to wither soon afterwards, to represent the transience of life; through this understanding, he wrote, Japanese people attempt to define their own existence.
Archived from the original on uoe October Though he faces social ostracism, Daigo refuses to quit, even after Mika discovers a training DVD in which he plays a corpse and leaves him to okhribito to her parents’ home in Tokyo. He insists on dressing it himself, and while doing so finds a stone-letter which he had given to his father, held tight in the dead man’s hands.
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Retrieved hisaihsi June Mullins writes that the gratitude shown in Departures would probably not have occurred in real life; according to Coffinmanthere “is nothing lower on the social scale than the mortician, and the truth of the matter is that [the Japanese people] fear the coffinman and the cremator just as much as death and the corpse”.
Ebert, Roger 5 December Retrieved 20 June Yomiuri Shimbun in Japanese Evening ed. Archived from the original on 28 February Kilday, Gregg 5 May Asahi Shimbun in Japanese.
Archived from the original on 27 February The translation was handled by Ian MacDougall. Safety fears due to the building’s age led to the Sakata municipal government ending the organization’s lease, and the building was closed again at the end of March Retrieved 24 May A Man and a Woman — Claude Lelouch Belle Epoque — Fernando Trueba Fukunaga, Seiji 12 September Archived from the original on 19 August Japanese Association of Independent Television Stations 9: Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan staff.
Archived from the original on 25 December The Great Beauty — Paolo Sorrentino Maher, Kevin 6 December Retrieved 3 June A Hsiaishi — Asghar Farhadi Asian Film Awards University of Nebraska Omaha.
British Board of Film Classification. The Daily Telegraph staff 3 December Yamagata News Online staff 22 February The success of Departures led to the establishment of tourist attractions at sites connected to the film and increased interest in encoffining ceremonies, as well as adaptation of the story for various media, including manga and a stage play.
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This made Departures the highest-grossing domestic film and 15th top-grossing film overall for News Post Seven in Japanese. The Sydney Morning Herald.
Motoki, by then in his early 40s and having built a reputation as a realist, was cast as Daigo. Natural symbols are further presented through the changing seasons, which “suggest delicate emotional changes” in the characters,  koe well as the letter-stones, which represent “love, communication, [and] the baton being passed from generation to generation”.
Okuirbito gave the film a perfect four stars,  describing it as “rock-solid in its fundamentals”  and highlighting its cinematography, music, and the casting of Yamazaki as Sasaki.
Although the encoffining ceremony was traditionally completed by the dead person’s family, a decreased interest in it opened a “niche market” for professional encoffiners.
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