The film's main theme is the conflict between work and family commitments in modern Japan. It focuses on a successful internet entrepreneur Nagai, whose wife Akira and young daughter Kaai left him because he neglected them for his business. A young hustler Keechie, who has emotion problems concerning his own father, becomes involved in the family's drama.
- Stars:Hiroshi Mikami, Maho Toyota, Shûji Kashiwabara, Yukiko Ikari, Isao Natsuyagi, Kumiko Akiyoshi, Ken'ichi Hagiwara, Urara Awata, Masakatsu Funaki, Itsuji Itao, Jun Kunimura, Jun Murakami, Katsuhisa Namase, Piêru Taki, Kanji Tsuda,
- Director:Shinji Aoyama,
- Writer:Shinji Aoyama
The film's main theme is the conflict between work and family commitments in modern Japan. It focuses on a successful internet entrepreneur Nagai, whose wife Akira and young daughter Kaai left him because he neglected them for his business. A young hustler Keechie, who has emotion problems concerning his own father, becomes involved in the family's drama. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Desert Moon torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Most of the cast, the minority of cool scenes and some of the CGI are what made The Legend of Tarzan watchable but overall has a very draggy pacing and a very out-of-place story. Boring & dull are actually the 2 perfect representations for what The Legend of Tarzan was like.
(de) wrote: A magical experience. Beautiful story and music. Hats off to Ranbir Kapoor.
(jp) wrote: It's an all star cast from Ryan Murphy with a strong performance from em even actors such as Taylor Kitsch, Matt Bomer, Jim Parsons, they can show a strong performance and level up with their senior such as Mark Ruffalo, Alfred Molina, or Julia Roberts.. The issue for the story of this movie indeed very sensitive, but Murphy delivers it pretty well..
(de) wrote: I was blown away by this film. The music and framing add powerful elements that elevate this film above the murder of the week genre. There is a grounded authenticity to the performances, the setting and the story. I suppose the low user ratings are due to an ending that surprises and takes the story even further from the predictable. My reaction was "wait!, but then, yes."
(au) wrote: Brian DePalma, Great with a Camera, but no so good with a story. Most of his movies are Hit or miss with me. This one really misses the target. Great Performance by John Lithgow, but the rest is crap. What is his deal with guys dressing up like women?
(ag) wrote: This fits into the "It's so bad it's good" category. Never a dull moment, this movie will have you rewinding and watching in slow motion thinking "Did I really just see what I think I saw?" This movie is better than any of the movies in the EDDE Zombie series.
(kr) wrote: Love this film! I own it!
(gb) wrote: there's a lot of editing error and story line flaws. For example, when Sophia follows the lady into the office, and they are talking about what each woman writes the very next scene they are in the woman's mother's kitchen. She's asking them to stay for food but there was no transition. There were several scenes like this. Gaps in the story.
(br) wrote: The fruits of this movie are a challenge to recognize because there's a lot of distraction thrown in the viewer's face. In the end, this is a movie about the optimism and disappointment of relationships. Peter Finch and Glenda Jackson do a wonderful job of evoking vulnerability and toughness. As I watched this film, I felt as if I was reading their diaries. It's odd to think that Schlesinger is the same director who brought us Midnight Cowboy. Both films cover similar territory, yet the American film is much more brash. This one is much more quiet and perhaps even more devastating.