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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Riddle, van, stellar's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

  2. kartina obskura's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

  3. lazycalm's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

    The epitome of "beauty in simplicity". The scene in which Ichiko calmly cooks and eats while reminiscing her mother is painful, though.

  4. Anthony De Luca's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

    3.8. A wonderful, soothing, beautifully shot film showcasing how splendid nature can be and how intrinsic it should be to our human wellbeing.

  5. El Biffo's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

    Ichiko lives alone in a little house surrounded by forest, a stream, and fields where rice and other foods grow. Her mother is mysteriously absent and there is no corner store to buy food. She harvests wild food or gets food from neighboring farms. Anyway she can't bear to buy from a store food that she can grow herself. She shows us in great detail how she prepares foods, and we learn about gardening, harvesting and

  6. saltwater's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

    If you've ever had the fantasy of leaving it all and living off the land, then this film is therapy for your soul.

  7. anadyomene's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

    Growing and cooking your own food, something I'm in love with. Fermented rice drink, silverberry jam, bread, homemade worchester sauce and hazelnut spread, mizu no ohitashi, grilled trout and miso soup, stir fried akebi skin with cumin and tomatoes, walnut rice, nanbanzuka trout fish, candied chestnuts, grilled dried sweet potatoes, seared duck meat (soup stock from the bones), vegetable cream stew, sauteed greens.

  8. stampede steve's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

    Thinking about Harvest Moon, no, it is much more than that, it is life itself.

  9. Cătălin, HiperCristalin's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

  10. Elayla's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

    So peaceful and quiet. In a way, this is how life should taste like.

  11. evolveris's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

    Once you see it, something's irreparably changed - in a very good way.

  12. -REM-'s rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

  13. commonwastrel's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn

    One of the more soothing film experiences in awhile. It is extremely calming to watch Ichiko utilize the wonders of nature with such an unbounded appreciation. Even though it's hinted that Ichiko is running from something, it is clear that she has a strong love for her rural hometown. Visually stunning with an assortment of charming cooking segments, it never really matters that this film lacks a concrete plot.

  14. Taufiq Hariyadi's rating of the film Little Forest: Summer/Autumn