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Gaijin - Ama-me Como Sou (2005)

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In 1908, Titoe leaves her country, Japan, to try her luck in Brazil. Her intention is just to get rich and return in five years. But life has other plans for her.

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Maria Yamashita Salinas
Jorge Perugorría ...
Gabriel Salinas
Aya Ono ...
Titoe (old)
Louise Cardoso ...
Sofia Salinas
Zezé Polessa ...
Gina Salinas
Luís Melo ...
Ramon Salinas
Mariana Ximenes ...
Weronika Muller
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Kunihiro
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kassia Lumi Abe ...
Young Shinobu
Ilya Akiyoshi ...
Young Pedro
Aparecido ...
Xetá
Apollo ...
Priest
Isadora Barion ...
Gina Salinas (child)
Paulo Castro ...
Guará
Lissa Diniz ...
Yoko Salinas
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In 1908, Titoe leaves her country, Japan, to try her luck in Brazil. Her intention is just to get rich and return in five years. But life has other plans for her.

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Follows Gaijin, a Brazilian Odyssey (1980) See more »

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Ama-me como sou
Written by Pablo Milanés
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Stranger in a Strange Land
15 March 2006 | by (Northern California) – See all my reviews

This is one of the most beautifully filmed movies I have seen. We learn a lot about coffee plantations in Brasil and how Brasil came to have the largest population of Japanese outside of Japan (more than even the U.S.).

The actors in this movie speak the language of whatever country they represent, so it is filmed in Japanese, Portuguese, Italian and English and the SUBTITLES are critical to the plot. Anyone who watches this movie dubbed will miss the whole point of it at the end.

I cannot recommend this movie too highly. It is one of the best foreign films I've seen.


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