Ima, ai ni yukimasu (2004)

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Ima, ai ni yukimasu: Directed by Nobuhiro Doi. With Yûko Takeuchi, Shidô Nakamura, Akashi Takei, Karen Miyama. A young woman returns from the dead to her guilt-ridden husband and son, but she cannot remember them.

“This movie is amazingly touching. I do have some expectation before I watch the movie. When I finished it, it is clear that, this movie is way better than I expected.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe casting is excellent. Every character live in the world of the story. The actors are not acting in the movie. They live in it. The actor who play the role of the son , Yuji, is especially good. Some scenes with him are actually heartbreakingly good.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe movie might be a little slow for some audients. But I find it helps to build up the mood and draw the whole picture in detail. If you had read the plot of the movie, you might say, u0026quot;yeah, good old story. I can tell how it endsu0026quot;. But I had to say, not till the last minute, you would not know the whole story.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe director and the playwright do an excellence job. Every detail had been take care of. The ending echoes the beginning. And the plot is as smooth as silk.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThis movie is not about only about the love between two people. It is also love of family and oneu0026#39;s will to face the fate. It may not be a masterpiece like Godfather. But I am sure this is one of the best Japanese movies I had seen in years, and I seen a lot. All in all, this is a heartwarming movie. It did not resolve the problem but it shows hope for tomorrow.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIf you ask me if I like this movie. Sure I am. If not I will not spend times to write all this.”


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