Kaoru was suffering from xeroderma pigmentosum (XP), an illness, which also might be described as the allergy to the sun, and was not allowed to be exposed to sunlight. The only motivation in her life was singing, which also was the only connection to the outside world.One day, an incident drastically changes her life. Kaoru returns home at 4:00 am, before sunrise. Outside her room window, she spots a high school student standing with a surf board in his hands. It becomes her routine to watch him and his friends come and go to the ocean every morning, before going to sleep. Their destined encounter takes place during the few hours before the break of day, drawing together two individuals that would have never met in daylight.
Kaoru dreamily gazes from her bedroom window each morning just before dawn. She can see a stretch of the beach in front of her parent's house on a hill in Kamakura, but focuses upon the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Adam J (it) wrote: Inspirational by all mean. The ending was the best part of the entire film. It really made me look at how endings could be done in the future. I appreciate the film work they put into this movie.
lachlan k (fr) wrote: By dispensing with girls only caring about the guymageddon and cheesy bullies, we finally get a gritty version of the American high school genre which doesn't pull punches even if the romance is as sappy and sentimental as you might expect. It also helps that logan lerman at last shows us his full capability in a performance that might make me forgive him for percy jackson. The narration is sometimes whiny but it doesn't stop this from being powerful and for the majority, effective.
Alex P (kr) wrote: Billy: The Early Years is uneven but worth the trip. His Romance with Ruth and His Theological debate with Charles Templeton are the highlights of the film. Graham's initial conversion at a tent revival didn't carry enough cinematic firepower to satisfy me and there were a few instances during his initial days in Seminary and preaching that almost made me question the films intentions (parody or biography?) But, once Ruth turns up in the Wheaton, Illinois section of the film and when the tensions mount between Graham and Templeton, this film makes it's lasting impressions. If it were a hitter in the batter's box I'd score it a solid Double!!
Marcus B (ru) wrote: Decent martial arts scenes; in all other respects a dismal performance all around.
Logan M (mx) wrote: I can't say it's a rehashing, but the act feels a little stale by this point.
bill s (fr) wrote: Nine out of ten times give me a well done character movie like this one and on the tenth add food.
Denise A (it) wrote: Enjoyed it. The first one is way better though.
Elisa D (ag) wrote: Great movie, with a wonderful soundtrack and a dream location... Lisboa, te amo!
Jayakrishnan R (it) wrote: 83%Saw this on 4/6/15This is a highly implausible and improbable thriller that wants people to believe that one man, just one man can alone try and nearly achieve a successful assassination attempt on the president of USA without any help from anyone else. However, the entire procedure is elevated by engaging performances from Eastwood and Malkovich and also by a well handled direction from Petersen. The visual effects are mostly bad and unrealistic and the film released just 2 years after the iconic hit JFK(1991) itself has a conspiracy around it, perhaps to save someone's face. The film also draws a lot from a similar film called The Bodyguard(1992).
Giorgio A (de) wrote: Nanni and his schizoid view of love, life and human relationships
Tonnette B (ca) wrote: I love Billy Jack movies. Pre- Walker Texas Ranger action
Steve R (nl) wrote: Great 70 minutes of entertainment from the days where the acting and plot carried the film, not just the special effects. Campy but very enjoyable as a late night film.