Garden of Words

Garden of Words

A 15-year-old boy and 27-year-old woman find an unlikely friendship one rainy day in the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden.

Takao, who is training to become a shoemaker, skipped school and is sketching shoes in a Japanese-style garden. He meets a mysterious woman, Yukino, who is older than him. Then, without ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Garden of Words torrent reviews

BRUNO V (jp) wrote: The Girl get's cooler and cooler , nice 2 watch.............

Steve P (de) wrote: Lacked the stylistic punch of a Michael Moore piece, but the content and its relevance to US and international affairs is staggering. I've never been a fan of the US despite marrying one of its number, but now I can see how thoughtfully composed the constitution was, and how it's been systematically crippled by a greedy few. What's more, it's stunning how intelligent and prescient the likes of Jefferson were in predicting the dangers that are now becoming so entrenched in the country's core. Oh, and now I realise why there was so much praise of Ron Paul, who appears in this film. If I'd seen this documentary first (and had been a US citizen) I'd have picked him over Obama in a flash.

brendan n (kr) wrote: a pleasant surprise is all i can say about this film. van damme had falling from grace and chosen alot of bad films before getting there which is sad for this film could of been very popular in he's prime. more then just he's usual action frenzy this is full of interesting sci fi concepts and supporting cast. michael rooker is great in support and provides much needed acting depth. due to the films low budget we don't the full action epic but this is one of van dammes better films and shows that with good direction and clever writing he can deliver something to please he's fans.

Jen M (fr) wrote: Great Fletch Sequel! Ages 11+

Justin W (ru) wrote: it's pretty dumb all around...some folks might say that it's because it happens to be an ed wood film. i, however, say that it's because the story is poop...and so is that lame ending. on the plus side, this film is fun to make fun of...but otherwise, there isn't a whole heckuva lot of entertainment to be seen here.

Stuart K (jp) wrote: Writer/director and actor Bryan Forbes made alot of good British films in the 1960's, including Whistle Down The Wind and The League of Gentlemen. Here, he adapted a novel by Mark McShane. A creepy, noirish drama about how far people will go to get money and even publicity. Set in South London, it has Myra Savage (Kim Stanley), a fake medium who holds some quite convincing seances in her old fashioned house. She has something else in mind though, and she convinces her weak-willed, asthmatic husband Bill (Richard Attenborough, who also produced the film), to kidnap the daughter of a rich couple, ((Mark Eden and Nanette Newman), and keep the daughter in a room in the house disguised as a hospital ward. Myra offers her services to the couple, who are scornful of her offer for help, but the mother takes her up on it. But, Bill feels guilty for what they've done, and Myra becomes more unstable as time goes on. It's a moody, atmospheric film, with a brilliant performance from Stanley as the bogus medium, her channelling at the seances are quite scary. Attenborough makes a good husband, who knows he's doing wrong, but is bullied into doing wrong. It's all topped off with an eerie score by John Barry. It's a wonder no-one has tried to remake this.

Philippe V (de) wrote: Characters are cliche and act dumb. Ending leaves you hanging.