Undressed Minako

Undressed Minako

"Tsuukai! Big Daddy" is a documentary television show on TV Asahi. The show depicts the real life of Kiyoshi Hayashishita and his family. Movie "Undressed Minako" follows the life of Kiyoshi Hayashishita's ex-wife Minako Hayashishita. Minako Hayashishita separated twice from Kiyoshi Hayashishita and the movie reveals secrets about their divorce. Her father was also abusive, Minako had a baby at the age of 15 and her father was found dead long after his death.

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Undressed Minako torrent reviews

Holly R (ag) wrote: A little emotionally manipulative, but ultimately, so beautiful. Shot like a dream, and really wonderful performances from Viggo and those gorgeous kids.

Gogs T (kr) wrote: I didn't get it...not that scary and didn't really make that much sense to me, sorry

Bharat M (ca) wrote: Never knew what Aamir would be like, but now that I have seen it, I can say that it deserves praise. A very fine, taut, and pacy thriller that keeps the viewers on the edge of their seats from the beginning to the end. Kudos to director R.K Gupta who steered Aamir remarkably well ,and also Rajeev Khandelwal, who has given a great debut.

The Critic (au) wrote: A nicely made, charming and funny sentimental comedy that offers more screen time to more mature aged women than any other film in recent memory. A simple tale that will appeal to a broad audience.

Andrew R (ca) wrote: Wit gives us insight into the hospital world and the ethical decisions that revolve around in decision making by health professionals. Emma Thompson does a good job at creating fear and sorrow. She is a patient with later stage ovarian cancer. The hospital offers her a new medical treatment that is promising. Little does she know that it is untested and the physicians have a different agenda. They are in it for the research. The film is sad and creates a fear of health care in a way. The fault is that it doesn't progress forward but sits in limbo for a while.

Nilufer R (br) wrote: If it wasn't for Woody Harrelson I would stop watching this movie in the first 15 minutes. Boring. Lucy Liu was cute.

Damjan v (jp) wrote: Croupier is stylish and smooth, and Clive Owen as Jack was an amazing main character.

Private U (ag) wrote: hilarious. hahahaha.

Julian E (jp) wrote: Instantly made me think of Tarantino. Pretty sure he's heavily influenced by this (really? no shit)

Nick C (mx) wrote: A technical achievement that is purposely cold and fragmented. Original but not much to connect to.

Carley E (us) wrote: A thoughtful -- sometimes edge of your seat thriller about a train under the control of someone determined to crash it. What makes it work is the group of six characters including a doctor, an event planner, a magician, an elderly woman, a businessman, and a little boy. Set at night, Last Passenger offers a dark view of a commuter train rushing to its doom.

lola D (kr) wrote: love it!! Worried the new one will be too westernized in plot and filming technique