30 something year old Yuriko (Noriko Eguchi) works as a aromatherapist at an aroma salon. She uses essentials oils and her hands to soothe her client’s inner well-being. Yuriko also has a secret she can’t tell anyone; She gets incredibly turned on by the sweaty scent of a 17 year old high school student named Tetsuya (Shota Someya). Tetsuya is also the nephew of the salon owner (Jun Miho). Meanwhile, salon client Ayama (Saori Hara) asks to practice aromatherapy, but her real intent is to press her large breasts against Yuriko.
- Stars:James Corden, Stephen Fry, Andy Serkis, Dawn French, Vanessa Redgrave, Jim Broadbent, Jason Donovan, Noriko Eguchi, Saori Hara, Noriko Kijima, Jun Miho, Shôta Sometani,
- Director:Kôta Yoshida,
- Writer:Kôta Yoshida (screenplay)
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(au) wrote: Christopher Nolan's Inception is one of his best films to date. That's sayig a lot.
(it) wrote: a nice documentary on an eccentric musical talent as told by his parents, friends and collaborators such as Allen Ginsberg and Philip Glass, the relationship between Arthur Russell and his lover Tom Lee and the resulting outpouring of tremendous creative energy is particularly moving (30/11/2008)
(br) wrote: Is one of my favorite songs
(it) wrote: A great sequel filled with plenty of action and bad ass fighting from are favourite vampire Selene (Kate Beckinsale)
(ca) wrote: The only thing that separates Isabel Coixet's film from being another derivative weepy is the casting. My Life Without Me, is fairly straightforward in its approach but Sarah Polley and Mark Ruffalo play a blinder in making it a sad film, sure, but beautiful and engaging, too.
(es) wrote: Quite possibly one of the most boring movies I've ever sat through. Nothing interesting happens in this movie. Running water and some whispering. Fail.
(nl) wrote: Daft but quite unique.
(kr) wrote: Absolutely horrible. Makes no sense, looks like it's made in the forties, even if it tries really really really hard to be Star Wars. Gives you a few laughs, but that's it.
(ag) wrote: Maybe it's because I absolute love the 60's and 70's and anything to do with mod's, but this movie I enjoyed thoroughly. It's a brilliant interpretation of the constant war between mods and rockers, the urge to follow crowds to feel 'a part of it', and of course, trusting the correct people! I know I'm not the only one who felt particularly sorry for Monkey (the girl who obviously fancies Jimmy, but he doesn't even realize it) Jimmy is left alone by the end of the movie, which especially left me feeling connected and understanding towards him, but (though he doesn't realize it) he deserved it, as he did the same to Monkey as Steph did to him! This movie also demonstrates how following crowds develops hate towards different people, for no reason. Jimmy bumps into his old friend who he's not seen in years, and realizes he's now a rocker; this means that, as much as he doesn't like the thought, their friendship is over. So multiple meanings are hidden in this film, which is another reason why I loved it so much!Jimmy is also very very attractive, so that's an immediate plus;-)
(nl) wrote: Horse meat never tasted so good
(nl) wrote: This is a really good Bogart film. I like how many of his movies have a comedic element to them, which he is able to play up quite well. I've heard this story compared to Casablanca, as it has many similarities to the classic. Peter Lorre is also in this one, and though he doesn't have much screen time, he makes his presence felt.
(jp) wrote: Had some good moments, but it was all a bit of a mess. The second half really dragged on too. Lady Eve was excellent, but this was mediocre at best.
(jp) wrote: DECENT MUSICAL, WITH ASTAIRE AND GODDARD A SURPRISINGLY GOOD MATCH. SOME FUN MUSICAL NUMBERS. NOTHING EARTH SHATTERING, BUT ENJOYABLE TO WATCH