Post war Hiroshima: It's been four years since the last time she visited her hometown. Takako faces the after effects of the A-bomb when she travels around the city to call on old friends. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Children of Hiroshima
Shows the devastation caused by the Atomic bomb, and by use of a fictional storyline, portrays the struggle of the ordinary Japanese people in dealing with the aftermath.
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Michael H (de) wrote: Sort of a dark, and occasionally grim, after school special. The metaphors and lessons are right up front but not heavy handed or over-emphasized.
Chris R (fr) wrote: Poignant, perhaps, at moments. Ultimately, though, it's a couple of deluded, dim guys who play what sounds like awful music (there was not really much to be heard in the film, and perhaps that's no accident) and it's difficult not just to feel pity. Spnal Tap wrote better songs to these ears, and the film is decidedly boring at times.
Kevin H (gb) wrote: I had to stop watching. "Science leads to killing people" demonstrates Steins ignorance.
Kriss D (au) wrote: Masterpiece ! This movie which is not born from Tsukamoto's mind is awesome... More calm than other tortured films of the director, Gemini is very stylized, colored filters are divine, music is unbelievable and actors, especially the princial character are very good !Worth watching !
Kelly B (nl) wrote: This movie is completely ridiculous and cheesy and predictable and such a chick flick. It also happens to be one of my top guilty pleasure movies of all time. I love Mrs. Winterbourne for reasons I can't even explain.
Greg W (de) wrote: one of the first AIDS and best AIDS Pics out
Alexandre B (de) wrote: Dans son genre, un merveilleux classique nanar
Touko H (br) wrote: It ain't easy living a life of pure heart. It's a path of suffering to abandon ego.
Andrew H (br) wrote: Stylish, well acted and directed though hardly original. Out of all The Exorcist rip offs out there, this is probably the best one but it still doesn't hold a candle to its predecessor.