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The movie is about a girl named Hiromi Nozawa and her dog Junkers. Hiromi is having troubles at home mainly because her parents wanting to separate. Junkers tries to comfort her in ways no other dog can. He can talk and grant her 3 wishes.

Directors:

Jun'ichi Satô (as Junichi Sato), Rob Bakewell

Writers:

Hiroichi Fuse (screenplay), Naoto Kine (story)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Brittney Wilson ... Hiromi (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lisa Ann Beley ... Suzuko Nozawa (voice)
Sean Campbell ... Shintaro Nozawa (voice)
Trevor Devall ... Photographer (voice)
Shinnosuke Furumoto Shinnosuke Furumoto ... Junkers (voice)
Ellen Kennedy ... Fumie Morita (voice)
Katsunari Mineno Katsunari Mineno ... Keisuke (voice)
Keiko Nakajima Keiko Nakajima
Mei Oshitani Mei Oshitani ... Hiromi (voice)
Farrell Spence Farrell Spence ... Crossing Guard (voice) (as Farrel Spence)
Moneca Stori ... Yoko Inoue (voice)
Chantal Strand ... Kazuko (voice)
Brad Swaile ... Keisuke Kimura (voice)
Sakiko Tamagawa Sakiko Tamagawa ... Yoko (voice)
Sanders Whiting Sanders Whiting ... Junkers (voice)
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The movie is about a girl named Hiromi Nozawa and her dog Junkers. Hiromi is having troubles at home mainly because her parents wanting to separate. Junkers tries to comfort her in ways no other dog can. He can talk and grant her 3 wishes.

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Official Sites:

Bandai Entertainment

Country:

Japan

Language:

English | Japanese

Release Date:

18 March 1995 (Japan) See more »

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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Works at an emotional level if you let it...
25 November 2005 | by philw1See all my reviews

I first saw (most) of this movie whilst enduring a rainy night in a lonely hotel in Shimoda (Japan). It was running on the local TV and whilst I couldn't understand any dialogue (no English) I very much enjoyed the interesting animation and what story I could work out. Since then I've obtained a Region-1 DVD and seen it with subtitles: it still entertains. As with a lot of Japanese output (Studio Ghibli in particular) the story is rooted in characterisation. I cared about the people in this movie and they seemed well fleshed out, they were never just a prop to hang events on. Basically: if you like Miyazaki then you'll probably like this.


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