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Parks (2017)

Pâkusu (original title)
University student Jun has a lot of free time on her hands. She encounters Haru who is in high school and looks a woman she knew in her past. They meet Tokio, who is the grandson of the ... See full summary »

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Natsuki Seta
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ai Hashimoto Ai Hashimoto
Mei Nagano Mei Nagano ... Haru
Shôta Sometani ... Tokio
Shizuka Ishibashi Shizuka Ishibashi ... Sachiko
Ryû Morioka Ryû Morioka
Shirô Sano
Reiya Masaki
Shizune Nagao Shizune Nagao
Daisuke Kuroda Daisuke Kuroda
Yôichirô Saitô Yôichirô Saitô
Wataru Sawabe Wataru Sawabe
Akihisa Kitazato Akihisa Kitazato
Tomoyuki Natsume Tomoyuki Natsume
Shin'ichi Sugawara Shin'ichi Sugawara
Yorimasa Fujimura Yorimasa Fujimura
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University student Jun has a lot of free time on her hands. She encounters Haru who is in high school and looks a woman she knew in her past. They meet Tokio, who is the grandson of the woman she knew, and learn that the person is dead. They come across media of the woman's work. Written by aghaemi

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Drama | Family

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Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

22 April 2017 (Japan) See more »

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Parks See more »

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The film was commissioned to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of Inokashira Park in Western Tokyo, Japan. See more »

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just ok
2 September 2018 | by HombredelfuturoSee all my reviews

...first, to the other commentator that seems that does not understand the point of the movie: a commemoration of 100 years of a park in Tokyo. No doubt that the director looked for a link in common of to what people does in a park and those things reminds unaltered, never mind the years that have been passing. There s a couple of nice shots of the park (Inokashira); simple, nice all around situations and a sense that some things could be not so real. The director plays with nostalgic and some dreamy (but light) movements and events but nothing to put you in a sad mood. In my opinion, Shota Sometani is not at his best in this one. All in all the movie is a good rendition to this park. A commissioned movie that is well done but nothing more than that.


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