depends on your expectations, it's really a mixed bag. Some vignettes are better than others, the ones that are bad don't really go anywhere and are poorly thought out.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Tokyo Sonata and Haneke's Code Unknown.
Tokyo Sonata differs a lot from other Japanese family dramas which is why I love it, very poignant but not in any way restrained. And I always love it when music is foregrounded with actual purpose.
Code Unknown is the complete opposite of Tokyo Sonata. It's very subtle in its approach but there is a lot of tension, particularly the opening scene.