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This is a film about people and their childhood dreams and making a
decision on living them out later in life. What's more important, it is
a true story.
It's not a cinematic masterpiece. It gets down to traumas and triumphs of people's lives. It does delve into some detail into Japanese lives, drive and emotions. I find it a compelling story.
It does have elements of pathos. It does have an obvious appeal to people who enjoy trains and railways.
I had seen this as a Japan film festival, but buying an English subtitled version so far eludes me. This is a deal breaker for Western Audiences.
An odd, but interesting show. Suspense, reality, wry humor, pathos,
people with colorful pasts, most importantly flying and airplanes.
Also what a range of airplanes and locales.
Has it all. A show that doesn't need anything added to quicken the pulse rate.
It's real. It has a number of personalities who have differing MOs for dealing with difficult situations.
What an interesting career path.
Nick Popovich has quite a knack for assembling teams of people who are specialists in their fields.
Go Nick, keep collecting from the deadbeats and dreamers.