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Sekai kara kibo ga kietanara

Sekai kara kibo ga kietanara is a movie starring Hisaaki Takeuchi, Fumika Shimizu, and Tamao Satô. A man's near death experience inspires him to choose life - and change the lives of millions.

Other Titles
Immortal Hero, 世界から希望が消えたなら。
Running Time
1 hours 58 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Hiroshi Akabane
Ryuho Okawa, Sayaka Okawa
Fumika Shimizu, Tamao Satô, Kei Kinoshita, Hisaaki Takeuchi
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Makoto Mioya, a highly successful Japanese author and publisher, has a life-threatening, near-death experience. Powerful spiritual beings with whom he has communicated most of his adult life visit Makoto to remind him he has the power within to heal himself. Reborn, Makoto commits his life to sharing the almighty wisdom he receives from the spiritual realm. As doubters, including some of his own family, challenge and question his new-found ardor, Makoto must find a way to connect with his family and the 'family of man' to inspire a better world.

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Brittany S.

The game has many titles: Ayano, Magie, Kikunou, and Kureha. All of them are stories about a 12 year old boy who wants to become a famous swordsman. But his quest is not easily made because of his eccentric behavior and his parents' poor understanding. In this film, a new young director called Aya Uemura sets out to explore this theme and tell a compelling story about this popular topic. This film is not about a popular game, nor about a popular girl. It is about a young boy, who wants to become a famous swordsman, and about his parents, who try to keep him in a normal life.

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Jerry Carlson

I really enjoyed this movie! I didn't even know what it was about, but I'm a fan of Japanese cinema, and this was an excellent choice for me. I liked how it showed how different people can learn from the same circumstances. I especially liked how the main characters (Kaneda and Takanashi) had a good chemistry, even though their characters were different. The main character (Yamagata) was not very likable, but I like that he was trying to fit in with the other people. The movie was really interesting and had a nice ending! I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who likes romance, and Japanese movies in general. Good movie!

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Linda G.

Being a fan of the animated film of the same name, I was pretty surprised at how good this film was. I wasn't expecting this to be one of the better films in the franchise, but I think it was more than acceptable. This film had the same problem I had with the first film, which was that the plot was too complex for its own good. The plot was good, but I think a more structured plot would have benefited this film a lot. The story was decent, but it wasn't much more than what I expected. The direction wasn't any different from the first film, and the story was similar to the first film. I think the thing that was more enjoyable in this film was the cinematography. This film did a great job at presenting the setting, and the look and feel of the film. The animation and the animation of the environment itself was great. The special effects in the film were well done, and the CGI in this film was awesome. Overall, I liked the film, and I definitely think it is worth seeing. The story was good, but I think a better structured plot would have benefited this film. I like this film a lot, and I think it's worth the watch. I give this film an 8/10.

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I was given this movie on a whim as a freebie at a hotel in Japan. I'm glad I didn't pay for it, I felt it was a beautiful and moving story. It is a little "one-note" but the emotion is still there. It's also a little sad at times, I was a little confused about the ending. What I was most impressed with was how the story connected to reality, as the director has explained in a previous interview. The way it was filmed was very beautiful and I loved how everything looked like a real life situation. It also made me think about my own life and how I would deal with certain situations if I were in the same situation. The director has used slow motion quite a lot, which makes the transition of events even more enjoyable. The cinematography and the artistic direction is a nice touch. The acting is great. They were all perfect. It's a shame that the movie isn't a huge success. I recommend it to everyone.

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Timothy Burton

It's been over ten years since I saw this film in theater. It's hard to see the director's work clearly. He is a man that has a very different opinion about the sex industry than I do. Some of his films are quite good but this one is probably the most real. The way he puts sex in the film is quite different from what I saw in the 80's. In this film, sex is treated as a commodity. The characters are just about as smooth as the streets of Tokyo. I liked that it was hard to tell if he was being serious or not. The movie is real but it's not exactly real. It's real but it's not exactly realistic. The first two acts of the film are more real than the last act. In fact, in the first act of the film, it's hard to tell if there are any characters at all. The first two acts are a bit less than real. In the last act, I was a bit more aware that there were characters but it still didn't feel like I was watching a real movie. This movie is interesting. I enjoyed it and I think it's one of the better Japanese movies in recent times. It's very unusual to see a filmmaker that is actually interested in sex. But it's also very rare for a film to be so realistic that it actually inspires me to become a sex worker. I really enjoyed it but I can't help but wonder if it might have had the same impact on me if it was a real sex film. If so, I think it would have been much better.

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Michael Graham

This is a really good film. It does not deserve to be called a b-movie. It is quite decent, even. I am usually not a fan of Japanese films, so it is quite surprising to see a film with such a strong impact on me, especially when I am used to American and Japanese movies. I was expecting a different style, that perhaps could be considered less artistic. But this film is not all that. It is not perfect. There are a few parts that are just a little bit melodramatic. But this is not something that really should matter. The real importance of the film is the story. There are some wonderful scenes, that are just eye candy. The ending is just beautiful. I would not call it a masterpiece, but it is certainly good. Some people may find this film to be too slow, but the story is quite long. There are a lot of scenes that would drag out the film if the movie were to end right away. For me, the ending was an important part of the film, but not the most important. I would have liked to see more of it, but I am not sure how it would have been affected if it had ended early. It is a nice story, and I can't wait to see the sequel.

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Julia P.

I'm sure it will be controversial. But in the end, this is really what we can all learn from this film. It is an example of the extremely nuanced expression of all of the characters involved. I don't know whether the reasons for the scenes I've mentioned in this article have the same significance as those described in the movie, but to me, they're all at least slightly relevant to the story. I think that's why the movie makes such an impact. It's all the different things that come into play in the beginning, as well as the end. And I really believe that this is where this movie should stand. You can really see the full range of emotions the characters are going through. For me, the most incredible thing is just how the movie is able to capture that complexity. I felt as if I was watching a human being that had not given up, that hadn't been getting beaten down. I really believe that's what is so special about this movie. It does this really well, and I really feel that I'm sure I'm in the presence of a really amazing filmmaker.

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Kathleen Lewis

I liked this movie. I watched it once, and I liked it. If you don't like them, then you should really think about it, because you don't want to see a movie where you know the end coming a mile away. But I still liked it. This movie isn't really about death, but about how a father's love for his son, after he has lost him in a car accident, is stronger than any of the people he tried to help. This movie is about losing, and how you can learn to live again. I thought that some of the scenes were too short, but if you watch it a second time, you will find that there are two characters, one that was very important to the plot, and another that just happened to show up here and there. A lot of times, the movie was fast, but at other times, it was slow, but there was a good balance. The colors were beautiful, and the music was very good, too. This movie had a nice story. It was nice to watch, and it was great to listen to the music, too. I recommend it to anyone who likes love stories. I gave it an 8 out of 10. This is a good movie, and it is a very good movie to watch. It is a very good movie, but it is a movie that is worth watching.

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These last few years, I had a certain bias against Japanese films and made myself to keep this bias from getting to the bottom. I want to try to give an honest evaluation of this film. First, it is a "typical" Japanese film. No doubt about it. It has a familiar, gentle story and some "high school" dialogues. It even has its usual "psychological" aspects like the best of all Japanese films. This is the end of the "hype" of the new wave of Japanese film in the nineties. I will not compare this film with that of the "Romeo and Juliet" trilogy. Nor will I compare it with the American Dream, which I consider to be the most overrated film in cinema history. No, this film is about a typical Japanese teenage romance. A romantic comedy, which is the core of the film. As with most Japanese movies, the dialogue is very natural and flows quite naturally. It is very interesting to hear the actors speak, but I didn't find it particularly interesting or attractive. My personal impression is that it is a typical Japanese film. The special effects are interesting and sometimes completely fantastic. The best examples are the "castle sinking" scene and the "cliff jumping" scene. The actors are really well-chosen. I'm glad that the screenwriter wrote a good screenplay, too, but the story is also interesting and the dialogues are very natural. It's really easy to tell a story with this film. The final scene was especially interesting, but I still can't explain how it worked out. All in all, the story is not bad at all. It is not bad at all. It is a good story and I found it really charming. I recommend this film to anyone who likes movies that are not epic or in the epic tradition. If you are bored with typical American love stories, you can also watch this film. I liked it very much and I give it a 8/10. This is the end of the "hype" of the Japanese film. I don't think there is a "star" here. So, I give it a 9/10.

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Jesse R.

This film is a look at the lives of three women: Takeo (Yumi Inoue), Yamazaki (Iko Kadowaki), and Shiga (Yuko Miyamoto). Shiga is the daughter of a well-to-do family and Yamazaki is a wealthy girl who lives in a mansion with her wealthy father. Yamazaki's sister, Takeo, is sick and unable to work because of the disease she has. The two younger sisters have suffered many losses and are all in debt to their respective families. Takeo is very unhappy about her daughter's illness. She leaves home and becomes a prostitute. When her sister becomes ill, she takes her sister's money and uses it to get herself into college. Yamazaki is in love with a young man. Yamazaki decides to go to college by herself. When Takeo finds out about this, she wants to help her sister get away from the street life. Yamazaki is determined to go to college by herself and to help her sister, but when she finds out that Takeo is going to college, Yamazaki tries to stop her. Yamazaki's brother is a student who can't find a girlfriend. Yamazaki wants to protect Takeo from her family's debt and the stigma of prostitution. Yamazaki and Takeo take their family to an art gallery. They are also watching a pornographic movie. Yamazaki is angry at her sister's girlfriend who she blames for not supporting her and they both try to escape their abusive father. The theme of the film is about taking care of yourself. When you are rich, you are not responsible for your own actions. You are responsible for your children's lives and you have to take care of them. Yamazaki is a woman who gets angry at her family for not supporting her. They are now paying for her decisions. Yamazaki gets her revenge by taking her sister's money and using it to get herself into college. This is a very deep film. I recommend it to anyone. It is very hard to relate to some of the situations and characters in the film. I am not a child or a teenager. I am not a beautiful or rich person. I am still a child and still a teenager. I am still feeling the effects of the war and that is still fresh in my mind. I did not know what to expect in the film, but I was not disappointed. I would definitely watch this film again.

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First off, I loved the visuals. They are the most beautiful I have ever seen in a film. The old girl who played the "Japanese cinema" was absolutely gorgeous. She is the one that I want to be like. Her voice makes me feel like I am in Japan. I think she was supposed to be Japanese, but it didn't bother me at all. The other characters were also very good, especially the one played by Ryoji Kaji, who is the one who is supposed to be super cute. The plot was somewhat simple, but that's not a bad thing. It was more in line with the way I feel American movies tend to be. The main story seemed to be about a man finding his way to get to the US, who then finds out that he has a mysterious connection to the girl he was supposed to meet. I really liked the ending, but I think it should have been a bit better. It was not amazing or anything, but it was good, and at least it was not the worst ending I have seen in a film.

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Harmony Korine's film in the title shows us how tough is to break away from society's perspective. The two leads are in their late twenties. They are being picked off in a way that reminds us of the characters in American Psycho (2000), where the killer of John Doe is a punk who kills his victims in the most extreme and violent way possible. The two main characters are Paul Wriston and Richard Jenkins. They have been friends since they were kids. Paul was a major rock star. Richard was also a major rock star. They are also caught up in the bigger drug problem in the area, the larger drug cartel. When Paul tells his friends he is going to go to the drug cartel headquarters to sell some drugs, they try to keep him from leaving. The two members of the gang start fighting and the whole thing turns into a full blown riot. The main characters go on a bus trip to the border to sell some more drugs. Paul and Richard are more than willing to rob the bus. When Paul's girlfriend tells him she is going to go with Paul, Paul says he will go with her. He also says that his girlfriend is going to the border. The two end up meeting up with two other friends who are being pulled along with them to sell more drugs. Paul and Richard get more than they bargained for. They see what is coming and the danger. The film is a lot like American Psycho. The characters are just like the protagonists in that they are still young and out there in the wild. Paul is out to get revenge on John Doe, Richard is in it for the money, and Paul's friend is just in it for the money. The film is not too long and is not too violent. The police force does not really come into play at all. It is just the two main characters. There are some other characters but they don't play a big part in the film. It is more of a character study and the characters that are out there to be hurt and killed. This is the first film I have seen from Kino Lorber. I liked the direction they were going in. It has its pros and cons. The directing was really good. It has a real beautiful cinematography and some really great colors. The photography was really well done. It was the directing that made it shine. The film is also in French, so be aware that some of the dialogues are not perfectly translated. Some of the scenes in the film are also in German. The soundtrack by Robert Fripp was really good. It had great instrumental music. The soundtrack was very haunting and you can almost feel the way the music changes in the film. The film was really well made. I was really impressed with how good it looked. The filming was really well done. The acting was really good. Richard Jenkins and Paul Wriston were really good. Richard and Paul do their best to give it their best shot. But the performances are really good. The film has some really good moments that really stick with you. The most memorable is when Paul is listening to a record and John Doe is talking to his friend about love and how their relationship is going to make them whole again. It is really powerful and moving. The other scenes in the film are really powerful. One of the best is when Paul has to talk to his girlfriend about what has happened. He talks about his family, his friends, and the life that he is living now. The other great scene is when Paul is trying to sell drugs on the bus. Paul is talking to the passenger, he says that he wants to sell drugs because it is going to make them whole again and there is no one to save them. The passenger is just like "No, no, no. I'm not going to sell you drugs. You're going to sell me drugs. That's my lady." It is really powerful. The ending is just really well done. You feel good, you are crying a lot, and you have a really nice time. The film is not a movie that will give you a lot of information on drugs. The film is really well directed and made, so if you like the film you might want to give it a watch. 7/10

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A tale about a man living in a small town in Japan, the city of Yokohama. The movie is about his life in the city, his job, his wife and his girlfriend. It is about the people in the small town, the people he meets, and the mystery of the town. I think this is a film for the fans of the genre. It has a simple story, but it is a good story. The director did a really good job. It is a good movie. The one who loves mystery, mystery stories and old Japanese culture will love this film.

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Gloria Taylor

I just went back to this movie to watch it again, not expecting much, as I didn't really like it as much as I had in the past. It was a different experience, and more interesting, than I had expected. I love this movie, and I wouldn't change it for the world. It is a Japanese movie that is based on a novel by Koji Suzuki, based on a school that has the (unwilling) students attend and the teacher is a teacher who tries to control the students. The students are not treated well in that environment. As the movie progresses, the students are acting very badly. As a result, the teacher doesn't get good ratings and is worried about his job. But then something happens, and the students try to punish the teacher. The teacher, who just quit his job, starts to work at the school as a substitute teacher and he begins to change and develop. The students begin to respect him, and the school, much to the teacher's surprise, begins to work better and more efficiently. After watching this movie, I came to realize that the story was very deep. The teacher's struggle with the students is something that everyone should know and experience. In that sense, the story is very interesting, and I enjoyed the movie. The ending is the greatest of the movie, and I really don't see how they could have made it better. I hope that there will be another movie in the future. And I hope that the movie makers can make another film with a similar theme.

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Brenda Rodriguez

This film is a mix of horror and drama. Not the kind of film you'd expect in its genre. What you'd expect to see is a plot that makes sense, the characters you feel for, the drama that's not overwrought, and the tragedy that unfolds, and it's all done on a gorgeous, lush, and atmospheric, visual style. It's a masterpiece, not a film to be viewed on a low-budget. There are so many films that depict the problem of Japanese society. I was so inspired by this film. It takes the idea of a dysfunctional family and makes it look like the realistic one. People are corrupted. It's the truth. It's not a great film, but it's not a bad film. I don't expect anything more from movies, but this one definitely deserves to be viewed.

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Amy W.

I really enjoyed watching this movie, the use of music and the cinematography in this movie is really good. The main character, Tsuyoshi is a hit-man who is looking for revenge for the death of his wife. In order to make his revenge, he has to kill his boss, or one of his men, because he was responsible for the death of his wife. After killing his boss and his wife, he is captured by the police, and they take him to a hospital. This hospital, for some reason, offers him a chance to make a deal with the woman that was killed, and the hospital will pay him for his actions. The deal is made, and Tsuyoshi is taken to a luxurious house. When he arrives, he finds that the house is well maintained and has all the amenities that the society would want. From that moment on, he begins to realize that the high life is for him and only him. For some reason, it is his company that decides to keep him there. I can't understand why. The purpose of this movie is to be a drama, but instead of just being a drama, I think the movie was written in such a way that the characters are likable, and they actually have hopes for the future, in the face of poverty and work. The whole purpose of this movie, if it can be called a purpose, is to make us care about the main characters, to make us feel a sense of empathy towards them, and to make us feel for the company that the main characters work for. It is a good movie, but it does not deserve the 7.8 average rating. I would recommend this movie to people who like well-made movies, that are not boring, and that are a little different from the norm.

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John S.

I went to see this film a few years ago, and since I have been a bit tired of Asian horror films, I decided to see this one. I am glad I did, it is a great little film. This film, "The Garden of Words", has a great story, great acting, great music, and the atmosphere it created is one of the best I have ever seen in an Asian horror film. My favorite scene was when a young girl has a conversation with a friend in the bathroom. She reveals some of the things she has been through in her life and shows her how they have affected her. I feel as if the director has done this scene very well, and there is something about it that I love. I also love the music the director put into this film, it has a beautiful quality to it. I think this film was one of the best horror films I have ever seen, and I am glad I decided to see it. It was a great film, and I am very happy I had the chance to see it.

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In my opinion, this movie is one of the best I've seen in my life. Not only does it show a new and popular crime, but it also shows a certain way of life which is exactly what made this movie a success. However, it's very difficult to find a copy of this movie and I think that you have to watch the original Japanese version of this movie (usually gets extremely difficult to find these days). I recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in Japanese culture and crime, and who doesn't mind a somewhat "drama" (and although it was made in 1978, the movie is rated R - so don't be offended if you don't agree).

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Bruce N.

I found the film to be "rather light" in the drama aspect, but, to be frank, in the humor aspect it was rather heavy. I found it to be very interesting, actually, and I thought the relationship between the parents was very interesting, as well as the "bonding" between the two parents. (The movie is actually based on a play which I just saw in Japan in 1985, so I don't remember the full play, but it would have been quite interesting, but I don't remember the Japanese words being translated into English at all. The acting was very good, though.) The film had a beautiful, beautiful score. It was a very simple film, but it was beautifully filmed and did an excellent job at portraying the environment of Japan in the 1970s.

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Bessatsu dori: Fire Kissed by A Million Stars is a middle-aged man's bittersweet slice of life from the rebellious teen to the mature mature man. It is told by a young boy (voiced by Kaede, a Korean born actress that I remember from the classic Japanese anime series Love Bites) who has recently lost his mother and doesn't seem to know where his father is. He gets to live a relatively ordinary life with his grandfather and some people who know him as he is coming out of his adolescence. The main character (Naru) who was the last person you would expect to find in this story is a kind of stereotypical teenager, whom you might say is the stereotype of a typical teenager. However, I think that the fact that the main character has a twin sister and the girl is a little too much of a tomboy, makes her character come off a little less mature. There are also other stereotypical character traits like a shy and introverted kid and a shy, awkward man, which makes the protagonist seem more immature, instead of the other way around. However, the movie does a great job of explaining why these characters are like they are and what makes them the way they are. I feel that this movie does a great job in what it set out to do, and I think that the story is strong and interesting and does an excellent job at moving the viewer. However, the ending left me with a little bit of a feeling of emptiness, and that might have been because I wasn't completely satisfied with what the movie had to say. Overall, I think that this movie is an excellent experience for a long-time fan of the anime. It does an excellent job at being unique and surprising, while still being really meaningful and mature. 7/10

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Jonathan G.

The four-year-old twins Rie and Shizuko Nakamura (Saijiro Nishi) live in a Tokyo orphanage. After they're adopted by a wealthy family, they're taken care of by the father (Keiichi Hirose) who feels bad about having adopted a child. Unfortunately, the new father was an embezzler and he's hiding the truth about his past. As a result, Shizuko is trying to make him open up. Is there a way to "clean up" his life, as she asks? I liked this movie, but I was in it too long. The story is well-written, the characters are really interesting, and the acting is really good. There's also a lot of action in the movie. However, I don't feel that it's well-paced, so it gets slow in the middle. I also didn't like the theme of the movie. It's a really bad idea to paint a kid as a delinquent, and it's not in the characters' personalities to do so. The theme should be how society treats kids and how it's hard to care about them when they're in a mess. That's the message the movie is trying to show, but it's too abrupt. But the ending of the movie is a really great surprise! The director of the movie does an excellent job of making the movie stand out from the crowd. The movie is well-done and it's definitely a good movie to see.

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Christina Burns

Director Kenji Misumi's "May God Save Us" is a well executed story of a young woman's obsession to reunite with her long-lost father, even as she is under pressure from her mother to produce a better future for herself. As the mother of two children, Mina is deeply aware that their father left them when he was in his late twenties. While her mother uses the television to provide a steady source of income, Mina relies on the television to find her father. As the film progresses, Mina begins to have trouble trying to manage her life and desperately seeks answers to the questions she has about her past. This simple plot is spliced together with various other issues such as immigration, mental illness, love and marriage. While the focus is not on religion, the movie was well shot and manages to portray a light-hearted view of some of the issues faced by immigrants. Mina and her family live in an old neighborhood of Tokyo. One day, they go to a Tokyo school to find out how to fill out the required forms, but when they arrive, Mina's classmates mock her because she doesn't have a marker pen, so the staff tells them to fill out their answers by hand. When she is not studying, Mina works as a reporter in the school newspaper. One day, Mina is approached by a classmate who is starting to get agitated by her mother's pressures and demands. This happens because Mina's mother doesn't want her to leave the family and so she tells Mina not to go to Tokyo and to return to her country. Mina goes to Tokyo to look for her father. Meanwhile, Mina's mother seems to have abandoned her. As she does not want Mina to leave, she tells her daughter not to go. Mina has to decide whether to go to Tokyo or return to her family. Though the focus of the movie is Mina, the movie also explores the family's problems. The writer and director uses several family members to express Mina's feelings of alienation. The director presents a glimpse into the situation of having no father figure in Japan. Misumi uses a non-religious view of religion to explore the problems of Mina and her family. Misumi also illustrates a humor and a light-hearted attitude, to better convey the plight of Mina's family. One important element of the movie is the use of music in the movie. The movie presents the film noir look of the 1980's. The movie was shot with a music score by Akihiro Honda, one of the most famous film composers of Japan. The movie includes a great deal of the music of Akira Yamaoka and the jazz style of Kodomo no jikan. The movie was nominated for many awards, including the Japan Academy Prize, and was also awarded the Muhama Film Award, an award given by the Japanese Academy of Film Arts and Sciences.

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I just watched the movie and I didn't have much expectations. But the movie was extremely interesting and gripping. The story is pretty much based on the author's book. The story is quite interesting because of the time when the movie was made. It was when the child was only a child, and he had to defend himself from the maniacs, which were a bunch of people who were following him, and his mother and his older brother. Also, there were many men who were trying to kill him, so he had to find a way to survive. The main character's character was very interesting, because he had to prove himself. He had to defend himself. There were many conflicts in his life, because of how he was living and what he was doing. He did a lot of things that he didn't even knew. He also had to prove that he was a man. He had to prove his identity, and to prove his loyalty to his mother. The story was very well told, and I really liked the way the movie was made. I give the movie 7/10. I would recommend the movie to people who like real crime stories. If you don't like that type of movie, then you might not like it. I would recommend it to people who like a good movie, and I think it was a good movie.