Two Japanese movies concerning life and death.
Suicide Club just covers a general ideas and peopleÂ and Noriko’s Dinner Table gets deeper into the ideas and mainly covers a family.Â At first it seemed like a totally new approach but within a short time I figured out it was just a new expression of old ideas.
It was rather interesting to me for purely entertainment value as well because I own quite a few Japanese/Korean/Chinese horror/suspense movies and am used to the flow of it.Â May wierd some people out but if you are in the mood for something different and you have never viewed this genre, try it out.
Plus the explanations and philosophy in it will sink in tune with those of you who want to live. It is similar to what people say on here to encourage folks to cope.Â
They are subtitled instead of dubbed so you can either read or just turn the subs off and listen.Â I find asian languages to be rather soothing to the ear.