Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles

Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles

Takada, a Japanese fisherman has been estranged from his son for many years, but when the son is diagnosed with terminal cancer his daughter-in-law, Rie, summons him to the hospital. Through a series of obstacles and relationships, he is brought unexpectedly closer to both an understanding of himself and of his son.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Mandarin,Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   prison,   guilt,  

A Japanese father travels to China's Yunnan province in the place of his ailing son to film a famous folk-opera star. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles torrent reviews

Evan F (mx) wrote: The quotes and the story line of this movie are awful

Samuel B (br) wrote: Quand une famille de cassoce gagne le m (C)ga jackpot et d (C)barque Monaco, a donne une trs bonne com (C)die enmen (C)e par un Jean-Paul Rouve hilarant. A voir pour bien rigoler.

Rick D (jp) wrote: Watched OXY-MORONS On Demand (Comcast) last night. Very powerful and well-done film debut about an absolutely heart-wrenching story of addiction.

Fred W (ru) wrote: a brilliant comedy, right up to the standard

Gary M (ru) wrote: /French/ Un documentaire interessant, mais qui malheureusement n'apprends pas grand chose ni n'est trs interessant pour quelqu'un d'un tant soit peu au courant sur le sujet. Pas un mauvais documentaire, mais pas non plus un bon. A voir tout de mme, et montrer ses amis, enfin, ceux qui n'ont aucune ide de ce qu'est l'industrie agroalimentaire ! /French/

Mihael T (ag) wrote: If drinking, smoking, fun and simple jokes are your cup of tea, this movie will entertain. Not really deep, but it is funny most of the time. Even some surprises and final message is brought.

Eliabeth M (mx) wrote: Ann: This is you. Eyes closed, out in the rain. You never thought you'd be doing something like this, you never saw yourself as, I don't know how you'd describe it... Is like one of those people who like looking up at the moon, who spend hours gazing at the waves or the sunset or... I guess you know the kind of people I'm talking about. Maybe you don't. Anyway, you kind of like being like this, fighting the cold, feeling the water seep through your shirt and getting through your skin. And the feel of the ground growing soft beneath your feet. And the smell. And the sound of the rain hitting the leaves. All the things they talked about in the books you haven't read. This is you, who would have guessed it? You.

Leonardo Malacay S (it) wrote: Mala pero era una poca en que Van Dame venda y era sinnimo de pelculas de accin entretenidas

Benjamin C (kr) wrote: Well-made creative movie-cum-social commentary in the full Cohen Bros tradition, but very violent. I personally prefer their less bloody comedic fare (e.g. The Big Lebowski). Never has been clear to me why this is/was more highly regarded/better reviewed -- except for the obvious: Americans in general prefer graphic violence to even a whiff of light-hearted sex.

Jose Miguel G (au) wrote: Mask of the Phantasm takes the best elements of the animated series; character development, smooth direction, smart writing and enjoyable animation, condensing what could be possibly considered Batman's best film.

Kyle T (gb) wrote: Low budget and not a masterpiece but not a bad study in its characters. Picture four guys with different aims in life, they aren't all friends but they hang anyway. One night they pull each other out, things happen and this movie just covers it all. On one side its a movie about everyday life and on the other well, here are four characters and enough time to see yourself in them. (I watched this for Doug E. Doug who I've only seen in Cool Runnings. A decent comic who didn't really make it.)

Sanford R (it) wrote: Would love to see this!

Ryan A (ca) wrote: I actually lost brain cells during the course of this movie....not enough dialogue, not enough detail, not enough violence/action. This movie is actually so bad that my friends and I watched it before my buddy got married, but only for comic relief. But I plagiarize another person's brilliant review: "Burt Reynolds's character, Malone, beats an obese man until he can no longer father a child. Malone (46)kisses a young girl (16-17) on the mouth in front of her father. A must see for ethics students."