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The Professor and His Beloved Equation (2006)
"Hakase no aishita sûshiki" (original title)

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This is the story between single mother housekeeper and mathematics professor,who has a brain damage.



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Credited cast:
Akira Terao ...
Eri Fukatsu ...
Takanari Saito ...
Root - young
Hidetaka Yoshioka ...
Ruriko Asaoka ...
Professor's sister-in-law
Hisashi Igawa ...
Housekeeper Agent
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ryôya Abe
Shô Abe
Takayasu Andô
Yuni Aritomi
Kin Asano
Shôgo Baba
Yasumi Emori
Hiroshi Ito
Yûsuke Kakinuma


This is the story between single mother housekeeper and mathematics professor,who has a brain damage.

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21 January 2006 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

Hakase no aishita sûshiki  »

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$5,000,000 (estimated)

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a lovely, elegiacal film
14 February 2008 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

Only three reviews of "The Professor and His Beloved Equation"? That must mean that most people have missed seeing this wonderful film. A film with really only about 5 characters, and all set in the same rural town, with essentially no sex, violence or earth-endangering plot may seem like a small film indeed nowadays, but "The Professor..." fills you up with a sense of three people's lives like few other more ambitious movies that I can think of. It develops slowly, organically. Things happen naturally, but not predictably, and you end up not only interested in the characters but utterly believing their motivations and reactions. There was not one false moment throughout. Some Americans may not have the patience or openheartedness to be able to approach "The Professor..." on its own terms, but those who do will be richly rewarded.

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