Making her way through life by forming superficial relationships, Yoko (Japanese pop idol Yo Hitoto) keeps everyone at arm's length, whether it's her father (Nanji Kobayashi) and stepmother (Kimiko Yo) or Hajime (Tadanobu Asano), the owner of a small bookstore who could be the father of her unborn child. Yoko seems most at home when she's riding the train, speeding around the city with only her thoughts to entertain her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The story revolves around Yoko Inoue, a pregnant woman in search for a cafe that's frequented by a Taiwanese composer whose life she is researching.
- Stars:Olympia Dukakis, Jim Gaffigan, Judy Greer, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Thomas McCarthy, Sharat Saxena, Naseeruddin Shah, Tony Shalhoub, Yo Hitoto, Tadanobu Asano, Masato Hagiwara, Kimiko Yo, Nenji Kobayashi, Keiichi Asada, Yukio Endô, Yôko Hoshi, Mikiko Kakizawa, Hiroko Kumada, Kikutarô Mitobe, Sumiko Mitobe, Masaru Motegi, Hiroko Ninomiya, Yasuko Ogata,
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Nilufer R (kr) wrote: Without any speaking, so much is told in this little french animation. I loved how it was taking place in real life and the bugs were all so cute. Some scenes were too long for my taste, making the movie more fitting for a kid's expectations. It was fun.
YK G (br) wrote: Don't get what's Demi Moore doing here.
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Letitia L (de) wrote: Beautiful visuals and some bursts of beautiful imagination but the plot lacked any sense of urgency or driving force, and the characters were not compelling. Felt like Neil Gaiman had a dream and wrote it down without bothering to shape it into a plot.
Stuart K (fr) wrote: Released as Doppelgnger in Europe, this was Gerry and Sylvia Anderson's first foray into live-action cinema, even though the Thunderbirds films had been flops. Universal saw potential for this mind-bending science fiction project, and got Robert Parrish, (Casino Royale (1967) and The Bobo (1967)), to direct it, despite best intentions, it comes out a bit half-baked, despite good special effects. In 2069, it's discovered on an unmanned mission to the Sun that there's a planet on the other side of the sun on Earth's same orbital path. EUROSEC director Jason Webb (Patrick Wymark) has to plan a manned mission to this other planet before the East get their first, and with funding from NASA, gets American astronaut Colonel Glenn Ross (Roy Thinnes) and British astrophysicist Dr John Kane (Ian Hendry) to man the mission to the other planet. But, things start going awry when they get there, everything is reversed, even the print in books. But, on this earth, there's Jason Webb (Patrick Wymark), who claims they aborted the mission three weeks into their flight, which Ross denies. It's a product of it's time, although it has some brilliant special effects by Anderson regular Derek Meddings, but we've seen it all before on Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlett. It does seem like this was padded out a bit to make it movie length. It's quite trippy in places, but you can tell 2001: A Space Odyssey was a big influence.