In suburban Tokyo, commuters find themselves waiting every day with the same group of strangers for the same seat on the same train. Perhaps over 1000 days never knowing who they are, what their lives are like, where they live, who they love. Until one day, things change.
- Stars:Yumi Endô, Chris Eska, Haruki Iwakiri, Yuri Kaburagi, Tatsuyuki Katsuki, Hitomi Kobayashi, Tomoko Namiki, Hayato Sugano, Sae Takenaka, Chiaki Yanagimoto,
- Country:Japan, USA
- Director:Chris Eska,
- Writer:Chris Eska
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(gb) wrote: While the story was interesting and the music was great, the performances made this movie fall flat on its face. Surveen Chawla aside, all the other actors did a poor to mediocre job in their roles.
(ag) wrote: "Pour l'amour d'une femme"
(us) wrote: Another great film I can watch again and again. Full of marvelllous moments like "we caught 'em and we shot 'em under rule 303" and when the Brian Brown character uses the alibi of rooting two married boer women he adds "they say a slice off a cut loaf's never missed."
(nl) wrote: A movie so good you feel like you're right there with them breathing the Brazilian air.
(nl) wrote: The positive rating refers to the UN-edited version of course. The FCC can eat it!
(jp) wrote: A fun movie that seems to perfectly balance drama and slapstick comedy. The performances were enjoyable and the story was fun. Preston Sturges gained some momentum off of The Great McGinty and definitely built up and expanded upon here. A lot of fun moments, namely Powell and Drew's neighborhood attacking the businessmen. "It's not the coffee, it's the bunk!"
(jp) wrote: If somebody ask me what Paul Potts is like as a person well I only got a few things to say, His honest and good at what he does and his a big shy guy with a big heart. This movie is about a shy, oft-abused shop assistant who secretly harbors a talent for opera singing. He tires out for the show "Britain's Got Talent" - makes it to the big stage, and the rest, as they say, is history. This movie had good acting and the ending was really sad and happy at the same time, But the one thing that i felt could have been redone is some scenes that go nowhere.
(au) wrote: when it started I thought this was like 'the client' instead I got a throwback thriller