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We saw this movie once on Hong Kong Television when we lived there until the year 2000 and remember it as a true tear jerker but in a positive sense.
It stuck in our memories for all those years which must mean something; and it may therefore mean a great deal to people who are not yet to emotionally in such deep freeze that the story of Hachiko can no longer warm their hearts.
If I recall correctly the original was in Japanese but it had English subtitles.
In the last four years we have tried to buy a copy but cannot find any.
Thankful for any pointers in that direction
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