According to the magazine, Kaurismäki is a master of human comedies, the kind that are "often perceived as quirky or charming." Much of "life is made up of small revelations that form the core of who we are," Time writes, and continues its motivation:

"This is Kaurismäki's gift: to capture these moments, seemingly snatch them from the wind, and put them on the screen so that we also recognize them when we see them."

In second place in the Times ranking is Bradley Cooper's "Maestro" and in third place is Jonathan Glazer's "The zone of interest".

"Autumn Leaves That Fall" received the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in May and is one of the favorites for the European Film Academy's gala on December 9 with no less than five nominations.

See Kulturnyheterna's review of the film in the clip.