The movie is exactly what critics said, a little precious masterpiece of ordinary life, never boring, on the line of classic Ozu movies. That's where they return, and with new, subtile psychology. The subtitles are exhaustive, so one can get all the shades of said and unsaid. Actors all perfect, and the extras will say more about this. I have personally enjoyed Yoshio Harada, known for his "desperado" samurai roles in the 70s and over, with his jazz voice at the top here. For those who love good movies, and of course for the fans of Japanese movies. It's really worth having it.