Heaven's Bookstore

Heaven's Bookstore

Heaven's Bookstore is a 2004 Japanese film directed by Tetsuo Shinohara about a struggling classical pianist who is sent to heaven to work in a bookstore. It is based on two novels, written by Atsushi Matsuhisa and Wataru Tanaka.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:111 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

Heaven's Bookstore is a 2004 Japanese film directed by Tetsuo Shinohara about a struggling classical pianist who is sent to heaven to work in a bookstore. It is based on two novels, written by Atsushi Matsuhisa and Wataru Tanaka. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Barbara G (de) wrote: My 5 year old loves it

Pravesh K (ru) wrote: One of the first indian movie sporting dark humor and POV style film. A classic piece of dark satire exquisitely made of three loosely connected stories, each poignantly reflecting on important aspects of modern human existence.

Sandy K (de) wrote: Based on a true story, Emily Watson is riveting as Margaret Humphreys, the British social worker who uncovers the shameful history (from the 1950s-70s) of England illegally deporting thousands of unaccompanied minor children in the foster care system to Australian orphanages that were frequently abusive workhouses. The film captures her devotion to these children (now adults) in their quest to find their families and what it cost her in her own family life. Although her determination to correct a horrible wrong is inspirational, it is the resilience of the victims of this atrocity that is truly amazing. Indeed, they never considered themselves "victims;" they merely wanted to know who they were and try to reconnect with the families from which they were torn.

David J (nl) wrote: It had a Billy Madison kinda vibe to it... not as randomly hilarious though.

Sara C (es) wrote: oh my goodness, this looks so way good!!

Shawn W (au) wrote: Golan-Globus reunites the winning American Ninja combo of Dudikoff and James. Dudikoff plays an ex-secret service agent who shuts down four-fifths of an extreme right wing political group. Sequel needed, I want to know who the fifth Pentagle is.

Daniel K (kr) wrote: Another stellar Powell and Loy film and a more unusual premise than is usual, which gives it the extra twist needed to help keep it interesting.

Cass S (ca) wrote: omg so f*** excited to see this movie i cant wait to laugh my arse off

Charles S (br) wrote: had me in stitches. love it

Ruthie R (nl) wrote: Why did I watch this?