Ryuhei Matsuda (right) and Riku Ohnishi in My Uncle (category I, Japanese), directed by Nobuhiro Yamashita. Ryuhei Matsuda (right) and Riku Ohnishi in My Uncle (category I, Japanese), directed by Nobuhiro Yamashita.
Ryuhei Matsuda (right) and Riku Ohnishi in My Uncle (category I, Japanese), directed by Nobuhiro Yamashita.

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Film review: My Uncle – Ryuhei Matsuda plays a layabout philosophy lecturer looking for love in heart-warming comedy

Less concerned with plot than observing Matsuda’s evolution from Kant-quoting dosser to surrogate father and romantic lead, My Uncle maintains a wide-eyed innocence throughout thanks to young star Riku Ohnishi

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Ryuhei Matsuda (right) and Riku Ohnishi in My Uncle (category I, Japanese), directed by Nobuhiro Yamashita. Ryuhei Matsuda (right) and Riku Ohnishi in My Uncle (category I, Japanese), directed by Nobuhiro Yamashita.
Ryuhei Matsuda (right) and Riku Ohnishi in My Uncle (category I, Japanese), directed by Nobuhiro Yamashita.
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