Life on the Rock never seemed easy, but for Mitsy it is especially rough. The teenager has been abandoned by her mother, a particularly unfit parent prone to both the bottle and the sex trade. She is left to be brought up by her mercurial grandmother Bride, who is well-meaning but oppressively suffocating. Mitsy's dreams for the future hinge on her desire to be a hairdresser, but her current emotional well-being revolves around a wee dog named Sparky, an unwanted canine misfit to whom she becomes hopelessly attached. After Bride agrees to let Mitsy take the dog in as a pet, the teen tries desperately to create a happy, safe place for Sparky to thrive.
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Phenyeia O (it) wrote: Really great movie to watch
Wan K (ru) wrote: I should learn French.
Mika S (de) wrote: This was a really wonderfully curious, unusual, intriguing, creative and stunningly playful, yet utterly serious/somber theatrical-styled film. It's times like this when I also wish I spoke the language better because I'm certain the translation doesn't do it justice. It's simple, with relatively little dialogue, but A LOT said, via expressions, cinematography, and staging. It's made it to my top 20 list, which takes some doing - and is a film I wouldn't mind watching again (especially as my Japanese improves) and would recommend to those with the patience to let the story and gist of the piece unravel ever so slowly, appreciating not only the plot and characters, but the unique artistic representation of these, through a juxtaposition of theatrical and cinematic elements, reality and imagination, all beautifully, and almost magically criss-crossing and dancing around socio-psychological themes of hope, love, passion, loss and despair.
Jessica H (nl) wrote: predictable, but family friendly.
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Jacob M (br) wrote: One of my favorite comedies of the past decade.
Amy Z (fr) wrote: Very funny with likeable characters. Fun takes on historical figures and awesome animation, as usual. I loved it.