My Darling Is a Foreigner

My Darling Is a Foreigner

Based on a true story. A japanese girl and an american guy, fell in love in Japan. Their relationship will not be easy to hold, with their different culture, their respective langages.

Based on a true story. A japanese girl and an american guy, fell in love in Japan. Their relationship will not be easy to hold, with their different culture, their respective langages. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Donatienne G (kr) wrote: Un film l'humour subtile avec des personnages vrais et attachants, sur fond d'ambiance bretonne avec ses musiques et ses paysages. Catherine Frot et Mathilde Seigner toujours excellentes !!

Vicci O (es) wrote: Whacky, surreal and just odd!!

Stefanie C (es) wrote: a quite well plotted and acted thriller.

gary t (us) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch..........its got a good cast of actors/actressess thorughout this movie.....i think that mick rossi, meredith ostrom, joanne whalley, bruno kirby, gabriel byrne, adam fogerty, andy nyman, anthony lapaglia,val kilmer, vinnie jones, george berg play good roles/parts throughout this movie.....i think that the director of this drama/action/adventue/thriller movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect thorughout this movie....i think that the fight scenes n the gun shoot outs were good throughout this movie....this is a good thriller/gangster movie 2 watch n its a really enjoyable thriller movie 2 watch as its enjoyable movie

Samra M (kr) wrote: Nice, well made thriller by Abbas-Mustan, with some great tracks...!! However on the whole it is Priyanka - with her chilling performance - who has made the movie a memorable one!!!

Kaspars R (es) wrote: Was fun to whatch childhood heroes + the mystery of Loch Ness.

Stephen C (es) wrote: Interesting sci-fi idea played out. Somewhat predictable albeit confusing, but entertaining despite lackluster performances.

todd h (nl) wrote: A nifty, efficient thriller, with terrific aerial chases and workmanlike performances.

Adam E (gb) wrote: ?31 Days of Horror (2011): #2

Paul M (jp) wrote: Losey's brilliant thriller doesn't just employ the Holocaust and French collaboration with the Nazis as a backdrop for his dazzling story obsession and identity. Losey draws out the role that art and aesthetics played in Nazi philosophy of racial hatred, exploring the same themes in dramatic terms that director Peter Cohen later explored in his 1989 documentary, Architecture of Doom.

Ron M (fr) wrote: not only big and bad but sexy

David C (ru) wrote: Long ago, in the distant time before "The Lord of the Rings" (well, before Peter Jackson's LOTR, not before the books or the earliest adaptations), before "Thor" (before the modern movies, I mean; not before the "Thor" comic character, which itself came long after the "Conan" pulp character), before "Skyrim" (OK, it was unequivocally before that), there was "Conan the Barbarian!" It would be wrong to say that "Conan" was the progenitor of anything other than Arnold Schwarzenegger's film career; the origins, influences, and manifestations of the major sword-and-sorcery franchises are complex and mostly separate from one another, hearkening back to and appropriating for their own purposes centuries-old, half-imagined stories and traditions that at this point in history belong equally to all.In the case of "Conan," the milieu is the fuzzy line between West and East in the age of Genghis Khan's Eurasia-spanning empire, imagined here as a world of tribes and ritualism. "Conan"'s immediate textual source is itself, a cartoon from a 25-cent cult magazine. Director/writer John Milius, however, infuses his ambitious adaptation with overtones from the ostensibly more serious tradition of sword-and-sandal films: it is difficult not to think of "Spartacus" during "Conan"'s first half hour, which sees the hero go from slave to pit fighter to outlaw iconoclast. Milius, who also wrote "Apocalypse Now" (1979), takes Conan's made-for-action-figure characters and genre trappings seriously in a way that not every filmmaker might have, and his commitment keeps it from becoming too campy. It is not a cheap production: attractive Spanish shooting locales, titanic sets with a sense of weight, endless detailed costumes and thoughtful iconography elevate the basic storyline, as does an enthralling score by film composer Basil Poledouris. In all production categories "Conan" outperforms its near-contemporary, the noble but spectacular failure "Excalibur" (1981). "Conan"'s supporting cast also stacks up well with the inclusion of Max von Sydow and James Earl Jones, two actors who are constitutionally incapable of bringing anything other than gravitas to a role. But perhaps the most surprising of "Conan"'s achievements is its female lead Valeria, played by Sandahl Bergman. Her skill and capability are unqualified, and in a movie that is not always judicious in its depictions of women, her equal and at times grander stature to Conan's is a relief.However, the element that most sets "Conan" apart from later and earlier examples of its genre may be its well-earned R rating. Today, studios that make their shareholders happy by dint of teen and preteen ticket sales do not allow their blockbusters to cross that line, so films of this ilk today are often bloodless and sexless affairs. That is not to say that they are not violent and frequently sexist: they merely code their violence and objectification of women in ways that modern censors (MPAA reviewers) are either too dim or too hypocritical to acknowledge. The downside of "Conan"'s show-it-all approach to sex and violence is that it is occasionally degrading and often excessive. Yet there is something to be said for the principle of taking off the reins and making a film that is proudly not meant for all audiences: something few fantasy movies today have the courage-or, yes, the naivety-to attempt.

ruru g (mx) wrote: Same as the old one..

Zachary K (nl) wrote: Much better than expected. What a classic