A prison officer hands in his resignation after his wife's death, to drive to the port where she wants her ashes scattered at sea. Eiji (Ken Takakura) works as a prison officer in Hokuriku. At the age of 53 Eiji loses his wife who he loved the most. Eiji then receives a letter from his dead wife which requests that her ashes be spread by in the sea next to her hometown. Her wife never mentioned such a thing while she was alive. In order to find out her real intentions, Eiji heads to his wife's hometown of Nagasaki with his homemade camper van.
- Stars:Ken Takakura, Yûko Tanaka, Kôichi Satô, Tsuyoshi Kusanagi, Kimiko Yo, Haruka Ayase, Takahiro Miura, Takashi Okamura, Hideji Ôtaki, Kyôzô Nagatsuka, Mieko Harada, Tadanobu Asano, Takeshi Kitano, Yasushi Inoue, Kie Negishi,
- Director:Yasuo Furuhata,
- Writer:Takeshi Aoshima
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(jp) wrote: My Life in Ruins is a middle-aged Hallmark chick flick that makes you wish you were on a Greek vacation.
(de) wrote: I'm a very hard to please movie maniac. What a riveting story this was out of Denmark. That's what I like about foreign films . . . . they have such enchanting and sometimes dark plots. I recommend this film highly!
(it) wrote: Its concept was good enough but the execution is painfully unfunny featuring Sean Scott acting like a jackass throughout the movie. Its a low brow and mean spirited movie without a shred of decent comedy
(nl) wrote: Would rather be hit by an avalanche.
(br) wrote: Helt Ok SF-rulle som mer r relationsdrama i lgbudget. Bra skdespeleri, men lite trist.
(it) wrote: Another very loved movie in the "Road to" series. Also the first of the series to be produced by Crosby and Hope.