Kenchô omotenashi ka

Kenchô omotenashi ka

Set within the hospitality division of the Kochi Prefecuture, employees attempt to find new ideas to...

The hospitality division in Koichi Prefecture can't promote the beautiful nature in the area due to a strict rule by the prefecture government. Popular writer and Koichi area native Kyosuke Yoshikado is appointed as a special envoy for tourism in the area. He then receives a recommendation to meet Seien, a former employee of Koichi Prefecture, who once hatched an unusual idea to promote tourism. Seien pushed forward a project to import pandas into the area, but lost his job because of that project. Meanwhile, hospitality division employees Fumitaka and Taki visits the tourist house which is run by Seien and his daughter. When they arrive, the daughter throws a bucket of water at them, still angry for the way her father was dismissed from his job. From there, a plan for the hospitality division is born. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kenchô omotenashi ka torrent reviews

Case B (ag) wrote: Only the French! Surprising amount of very visible man-on-man sex and full frontal nudity but that is what compells the story. Interesting commentary on what drives a man sexually, this story could only have worked in the absence of females....what a different story this will be when Hollywood remakes it with a male & female cast.

Ahmed M (br) wrote: This movie had a really great scene towards the end of the movie, sorry, oh, it's called the credits, oh sorry about that, turns out there were no good or great scenes in the movie.

Matthew R (fr) wrote: Seeing this film at the Maryland Film Festival was a real treat. Absolutely the best film I saw at the festival, Septien is an oddball art film that I fear will never receive any sort of mainstream recognition, but it isn't meant to be appealing to all audiences. Michael Tully plays the main character, as well as acts as director and screenwriter for this film and it really is something quite special. From the first frame of the movie to the last chord of the music playing over the credits this film is exceptional. The ideas are screwy and very surreal, the pain felt by much of the cast is so vivid and engrossing, the acting is unbelievable, surpassing all of my expectations and considering the cast was so small and confined to a limited area, it takes a real talent to make the story continuously interesting, and the makers of the movie have this talent. The cinematography (shot on Super 16mm film) is amazing to say the least and how certain scenes are lit makes the feeling of further surrealism and intrigue push further into the audience's psyche, this mixed with humor both dry and dark just captures all attention and doesn't let us go until the film reel stops. A film that surely is one of those hidden gems that should be given the recognition it deserves and I believe it is far more than Oscar-worthy in its execution of acting, directing, screenwriting and cinematography; but sadly, I feel, as aforementioned, that it will not get the attention it warrants.

Private U (fr) wrote: David Anders is gorgeous, which makes this movie completely worth watching.

Jorge O (br) wrote: What a film. Good performance by the actors and actresses. A very heart moving film.

Juli N (jp) wrote: Pure Unadulterated Heart Pounding Adrenaline Rush! Non Stop Action that'll grab you by the balls and have you begging for mercy!

Grant H (gb) wrote: Great movie. Flatliners initially offers a smart and original idea, but slowly delves into formula. It still is suspenseful, stylish, and intriguing and has great performances from its cast, especially Sutherland, Bacon and Roberts, and great direction from Schumaker.

Charles P (ru) wrote: Alan Parker's visual fusion with Pink Floyd's music, greatly supported by Gerald Scarfe's riotous animated hallucinations of death and despair, are a haunting excursion into the mind of an artist.

Thomas S (us) wrote: En hjst usdvanlig person, D. Sutherland, der samtidig er tysk spion, gr helt ubemrket rundt i tophemmelige omrder i Sydengland i 1944, og tager fotos til Hitler, der afslre kommende planer om D-dag. Men i stedet for straks at sende sine altafgrende oplysninger til tyskerne, ved hjlp af sin radiosender, som han ellers bruger flittigt i starten af filmen, skal Sutherland ud p en lang og vanskelig flugt op gennem England, til en lille ved Scotland, hvor en tysk ubd venter ham. Utroligt nok, ser man flere scener i filmen, med amerikanske helikoptere, der frst kom i anvendelse 6-7 r senere i Korea. - Drligt plot, totalt urealistisk forlb.

Eduardo L (ca) wrote: When I rate films, keep in mind, the score is in context to the genre. For the disaster movie genre, it's one of the best: 4.5 stars outta 5.

Paul D (de) wrote: An interesting tale from the Indian side of the Western genre, but not the most enthralling of stories.

Tim M (ag) wrote: The movie is 81 minutes long and there isn't 5 seconds that aren't interested. The dialogue is perfect and the acting is divine. I wish Linklater would make a movie every few months.

Dimitri C (br) wrote: Surprisingly from the director Oren Poli, the second film is not a found-footage. Unfortunately, the direction is so bad that it looks like found footage. And despites some great ideas and beautiful sets, everything else is a waste of time for us, of potential for them.

Private U (it) wrote: fairly decent for kid's show. It's got some drama, but not super scary stuff. also has other animated short cartoons on it. A big plus for kids with attention spans of less than 90 min!

Toby E (nl) wrote: Excellent portrayal of the individual struggles of one of the most prominent men in 20th Century history.

JJ M (de) wrote: Never too brilliant but never too shit either. Its a very boring film but it has something to say about space, time and the mind, which makes it quite watchable. If you are in need of some meditation and couldn't bother heading off to a retreat or a monastary, instead wanting to watch a film then this is ideal.