Every Day a Good Day
OMORI Tatsushi 大森立嗣
Nichi nichi kore kōjitsu


Clumsy university student Noriko lacks confidence and isn’t really sure what she wants to do with her life. But she finds her calling when she starts attending a Japanese tea ceremony class near her house, together with her more sociable cousin. A modest, contemplative and beautiful film about the power of tradition, starring legendary actress KIKI Kirin (Shoplifters) in her final role.

De onhandige student Noriko heeft weinig zelfvertrouwen en weet niet zo goed wat ze later wil worden. Maar dan vindt ze haar roeping als ze samen met haar nicht lessen begint te volgen in het uitvoeren van theeceremonies. Een bescheiden, bedachtzame en prachtige film over de kracht van traditie, met de legendarische actrice KIKI Kirin (Shoplifters) in haar allerlaatste rol als wijze, oude dame.



Director’s bio & selected filmography

OMORI Tatsushi is a film director and actor. Starting out as an actor, he made his directorial debut in 2005 with the feature Whispering of the Gods. In 2010, he won the Directors Guild of Japan New Directors Award with his second film, A Crowd of Three. Three years later, his film The Ravine of Goodbye was awarded the Special Jury Prize at the Moscow International Film Festival. 

2005 – Whispering of the Gods

2010 – A Crowd of Three

2013 – The Ravine of Goodbye (CJ 2014)

2016 – Seto & Utsumi (CJ 2017)