Kind of touching ideas by bringing up the topic of development in Japan vs the old ways of thinking, both moral and ethic ways, between rich and poor.
Quite touching when they added the line of 'fatherhood' between an orphan and a dismissed soldier during WWII.
Like the 'driver' who turned to be the president of a food company. He brought up the idea of the people who grew up in 60's and turning into middle age. Facing the redundancy from a bank after taking over by a rival bank, he chose to see the 'human' side from the work and became a driver of the president of the food company.
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