Saori, a new face of a call girl service for the disabled, meet diverse people like a client with progressive muscular dystrophy, a college student with spinal injury, and a stalker pretending to be the disabled… Encountering with disabled people who live in various circumstances gives Saori, living in despair, a sense of fulfillment and reason for living. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Humpity D (ru) wrote: Turned out to be less than it seems. Fight scenes are unconvincing. BG music is annoying. These things don't cost a lot of money so no excuse. Just don't bother.
Manny C (de) wrote: Ever though what might become of a situation in which a popular former president (Gene Hackman) moves back to his summer home in Maine and runs for mayor againts the average schmoe (Ray Romano) who runs a hardware store? What you don't get is a decent comedy, but rather this turd devoid of just about anything funny that is Welcome To Mooseport, amovie which has the dubious distinction of being Gene Hackman's (so far) final movie.
JAMES C (it) wrote: This is a very good film. Tilda Swinton is amazing as an ordinary woman under exceptional duress. It's a story about how far a mother will go to protect her homosexual 17 year old son. It's intelligent, gripping and moving at the same time.
Michael W (jp) wrote: Hilarious! Playtime is ripe with comedic gags, subtle wit, and elaborate setups in what essentially has no plot or driving structure. It is a brilliant commentary on the modern world, as if Chaplin directed Metropolis during the French New Wave. It aimlessly wonders in such a perfect way, fun and fantastic!
Troy K (br) wrote: Good movie, but it sure seems like the grandparents could have communicated better with the type of people they are portrayed as being.
Matt B (mx) wrote: Just an awesome movie, cheesy effects and all.
Jim L (fr) wrote: I didn't know this story, but can connect with it as someone that enjoys shows like America's Got Talent and The Voice. This was a well told story.