Tamako graduated from a university in Tokyo, but she now lives with her father back in Kofu. Tamako doesn't help her father or tries to get a job. She spends her time just eating and sleeping throughout the four seasons of the year.
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The "rainbow" mystery reminds me of the "rosebud" mystery in"Citizen Kane,"
Very interesting movie about a weatherman who is slowly regaining bits and pieces of his memory after an accident, and the pieces are leading him on a quest to find a college sweetheart known only by him as "Rainbow." But he just cannot remember who Rainbow is. He was always secretive in school, so none of his college friends know the lady's identity. This is a mystery romance, well-acted and well-made. The "rainbow" mystery in a way reminds of the "rosebud" mystery in the movie "Citizen Kane." (This review is in regard to the dvd version with English subtitles.) The Korean film industry has another winner in "Over The Rainbow."
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