Kae Horii (Erika Sawajiri) moves into her new flat in an undisclosed area of Kyoto. While unpacking her belongings, she discovers a hidden compartment behind a inconspicuous mirror. In that compartment, Kae finds a notebook, that turns out to be a diary belonging to the previous tenant. Later that evening Kae starts to read the diary. The writer of the diary is Ibuki Mano (Yuko Takeuchi), a young lady about to embark on her first year as an elementary school teacher. Ibuki is also in love with a man named Takashi, who may or may not hold similar feelings for Ibuki. The diary immediately resonates with Kae, as she plans to become an elementary school teacher herself. Ibuki’s experiences also works as an inspirational instructional guide for Kae’s own personal life. Kae is also in love with an aloof illustrator/artist (Yusuke Iseya), who may or may not hold similar feelings for Kae. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kae Horii (Erika Sawajiri) moves into her new flat in an undisclosed area of Kyoto. While unpacking her belongings, she discovers a hidden compartment behind a inconspicuous mirror. In that...
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Harry S (kr) wrote: decent watch had a made for tv feel about it decent turns by kevin spacey,ralph little and a cameo from carl barat of the libertines as gene vincent i thought lead con o neills portrayal of joe meek was abit over acted
Michael M (ca) wrote: Powerful stuff, deppressing as hell.
Julia L (kr) wrote: Unusually sweet movie about lonely people adrift in LA. Also a proof that a "romantic" comedy does not have to be yet another boring chick-flick. Mirabelle is a girl, working at the gloves counter of a department store. She does not have much to do, since gloves are not much in demand. In her spare time she draws in Edward Hopper's style.At the laundry, she meets James, a young aimless slob. They have an awkward date and sex, mostly due to lack of social and emotional intelligence than to personal flaws.Then Mirabelle starts to be "courted" by Ray, an elderly, rich gentleman, equally unable to connect emotionally, but very much skilled in old-fashioned gallantry. The two embark in a sexual relationship which in Ray's mind will never turn into "commitment".Although Mirabelle enjoys the obvious perks of dating a rich, kind man, she starts longing for emotional fulfillment. In the meantime James leaves LA to be a roadie of some sort and while travelling with a rock band, he gets some self-help books about relationships.When James comes back to town, sort of mature by his experience, the Mirabelle/Ray relation has reached stalemate. Reluctant to give up on Ray, Mirabelle fells into a depression, probably triggered by her unspoken needs. Eventually Ray breaks it off, setting in motion a more assertive Mirabelle, who finally decides to quit her boring job.The two meet some time after the break-up. Mirabelle is working in an art gallery showing some of her work. She and James are now happily together, while Ray is visiting the exhibition with another "girlfriend" of some sort. Mirabelle and Ray have a short private conversation during which he admits of having loved her, but that does not matter anymore to Mirabelle.I really enjoyed the simple storyline and the interpretation of the three main characters.
Private U (de) wrote: i fuckin love this movie, it made me want 2 b a gangsta hahaha
Frances H (ca) wrote: Wonderful film, so reminiscent of the Agatha Christie mysteries and Upstairs, Downstairs, with a stellar cast of so many British greats. My favorite Altman film, except for MASH. One can see that Julian Fellowes would go on to create Downton Abbey.
Francis D (br) wrote: Haunting and challenging, and very enjoyable.
Jebreey H (kr) wrote: Great Movie. Very Informal!
jarrad b (ag) wrote: An average film with all the psychic things happening, Great acting performances throughout, with Quaid being outstanding
Will E (jp) wrote: Terrific late-period John Huston fight flick, gritty and raw, set in the boxing rings and barrooms of a broken-down CA town. Naturalistic performances from Stacey Keach, Jeff Bridges, and Susan Tyrrell. Fortunately it's on Netflix instant view so check it out!
Nathan J (nl) wrote: all good bar the space bit lol