[JP movie]Amidadou Dayori
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Toho ASMIK ACE
Takashi Koizumi Nogami Teruyo Tetsuya Kudo
Takashi Kako Muraki Yoshirou
Akira Terao Kanako Higuchi Takahiro Tamura Kyoko Kagawa
Hisashi Igawa Hidetaka Yoshioka Manami Konishi
KITABAYASHI Tanie Shioya Yoko Naito Yasuhiko Arano Shoji
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2010/07/09 Very Good(+2 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Although there is no story-like thing, it is a work that falls in love with Mr. Kitabayashi's performance.
It is a mysterious work that tears come out for some reason though it is funny.
It is a very plain work, so it may not be suitable for people seeking excitement of the story.
Although I did not cry, I remember crying a friend who went to see together.
I pray for Mr. Kitaharu 's great actress in the Showa era.
2007/02/06 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Ryosaku who has drawn deeply and quietly, without dramatizing or exaggerating the lives of mountain people.
A normal life of ordinary people living carefully carefully as valuable as one day a day as valuable.
Although it is an old expression, I thought that I am happy whether I live in a concrete jungle, watching the mirror in peace.
In this movie, without a flashy VFX processing, there are no enormous enemies who shake the world.
In a sense, I even think that there are no scenes that can be called climax.
But, I was struck by the mountains, forests, clouds, rivers, skies, and the lives of people living in the nature reflected in the screen of the cinema. Just then, like a tear, its sight penetrates into my heart.
When the movie is over.
A female doctor carrying a panic syndrome regained her own way, a girl who could not speak smiled, and a teacher of a late cancer completed her life.
And even now, the mountain keeps watching people.
2005/08/28 Very Good(+2 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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It's a modest work but it was good.
Movement of the four seasons, acting actively by veteran actors.
It seemed that life naturally engaged with people, firmly and strongly living while being involved.
The grandmother of Kitaabayashiya was a wonderful performance, expressing the warmth and the unshakeable mind of the old man who lived many years a month.
Rather than acting, she received the impression that she was a baby girl himself.
Mr. Takahiro Tamura The original movie, Professor Koda, is a Japanese boy with a single line that also leads to the spirit of Zen and Bushido.
The severity which occasionally shows in Tamurashirashii acting acts was showing guidelines to the hero who is lost.
Terao Akira who plays the hero, Higuchi Kanako who plays his wife and so on were obviously delicious.
Terao was casually playing the hero (writer) who gently worried about his wife while blending into the life of a simple village.
Higuchi quietly played a healthy and beautiful wife (a doctor) who faced a mental illness and faced it and steadily walked step by step.
I was happy that I saw Higuchi Kanako in movies for the first time in a long time.
It is as you know that the two main characters from Amidaddo are the two who were the doctor and writer, the original character Namiki Kazushi's personality was divided into two and projected.
Among the writings by Nagi Kazushi, the work I read for the first time is "than Amitabha" and the most favorite novel in his work is this "Amidado."
It is a movie with such a meaning as well, and I feel that the original novel has also become my starting point in recent times.
Director Koizumi successfully adopted the view of nature owned by the Japanese people and thinks that he gathered up so beautifully.
This movie has "Snowy Moonflower".
About me and the encounter with the original "than Amidaddo."
When I was patrolling a paperback corner at a bookstore (I like bookshops so even if there is no target I always go around the bookstore once a week)
When passing past Bunshunbunka, I felt something like a line of sight, facing that one and this "book" matched with this book.
It was exactly like my eyes met. (It happened two or three weeks before the movie was released.)
I seemed interesting to pick it up, so I bought it (I did not know the name of Mr. Kanji Nanki shyly at this point), I read it in a stroke.
Was good. There was a writer who gazed straight at the human life and death, strictly but with gentle eyes.
Since then, I got into the work of Nagi and got a purchaseable work, and at the same time I turned to look at net literature now.