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Takako Tokiwa Yusuke Iseya Teruyuki Kagawa Tomoyasu Hotei Ren Osugi Taro Yamamoto Sato Yuki IPPEI KANIE TAKAYUKI SORITA Sou Yamanaka Mansaku Fuwa Kaei Okina Tanaka Ryuzo Kimura Sakae Nagakura Daisuke Yamamoto Yoshie Hiroshi Iwasaki Masahiro Noguchi Okubo Hakobu Teiryushin Kodama Raishin Itokojyun Shinichi Yoneya Ootsuka Kazuhiko Iida Masato Kenji Yamauchi Takahashi Yuuya
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2007/02/04 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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It is a live-action movie version of a private novel that Mr. Rika refered based on his childhood experience. I have seen it before, but since I watched it when I watched terrestrial broadcasting again the other day, I proposed an additional suggestion.
I took off my hat off to the performance of Takako Tokiwa.
While my sons were strongly appealing to one's strong mother, living as a woman.
The scene where the body of a young man who had fallen into opium poisoning was rebuilt and rebuilt was worth seeing. Her husband who got miserable as he worked in a foreign land as children were accusing was poor. It seems that Mr. Yusuke Iseya who played that man is also suffering from addiction is real, and it was better that he did better than Mr. Tokiwa.
Lastly, the heartless people were forced to leave the Soviet troops to attack the place where they tried to flush, escaping from the Great Depression, to escape by panicking and escaping from the Great Depression in Manchuria! Although I do not know, I'm screaming), only the mother plays Mr. Tokiwa, "I like Manchuria ... ..." The scene quietly murmured was also tasty. I also experienced various hardships,
To her family and others, experience in Manchuria would have been a big weapon ...........
Evaluation is "good" on the side of "very good" considering the stage depiction which was reproduced well, the performance of the main cast etc etc.