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Nobody's Perfect (2013)

Daijôbu 3 kumi (original title)
Based on a true story, and featuring the author on whose novel the film is based, the 28 grade-school students are taught by a teacher without arms and legs. The students are not only ... See full summary »

Director:

Ryuichi Hiroki

Writers:

Hirotada Ototake (based on the novel by), Masato Kato (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kimiko Yo
Mone Kamishiraishi
Tomorô Taguchi
Yûna Taira ... Satoko Chiba
Nana Eikura ... Miyuki sakamoto
Tamae Andô Tamae Andô ... Hideko aoyagi
Hiroki Miyake Hiroki Miyake ... Takashi konno
Honoka Asada Honoka Asada ... Honoka Igarashi
Momoka Itô Momoka Itô ... (as Momoka Ito)
Momoko Tanabe Momoko Tanabe ... Kyoko Ando
Yumi Endô Yumi Endô ... Yumi Maezono
Taichi Kokubun Taichi Kokubun ... Shiraishi
Miki Kawanishi Miki Kawanishi
Akimasa Kawaguchi Akimasa Kawaguchi ... Akimasa Nishino
Taichi Fujisaki Taichi Fujisaki
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Storyline

Based on a true story, and featuring the author on whose novel the film is based, the 28 grade-school students are taught by a teacher without arms and legs. The students are not only surprised, but also unsure how to help the teacher who is asking them for special assistance. Written by aghaemi

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

23 March 2013 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,303,993
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Company Credits

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Dentsu, GyaO, J Storm See more »
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Color:

Color
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Several of the cast members' actual first names were used as characters' names in the film. See more »

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a Japanese positive message
20 September 2015 | by HombredelfuturoSee all my reviews

...this is a little movie with a little story and a positive message. This message could be too direct without going deep into the script for some people but the point is just that, showing us that you can find your own strength no matter what s your situation. The movie is in the border of a melodrama; however, is fair in several situations not relying in preconceived music or cheap shots. There s a reminiscence of "Dead poets society" or "To Sir with love" in the interaction between the Professor and the students. One important point is that in Japan is very important to make things all together, as a group. This work pretty good here.


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