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Love Letter

Love Letter
Movie: Love Letter(1995)[tt0113703] Hiroko Watanabe's fiancé Itsuki died two years earlier in a mountain climbing accident. While looking through his high school yearbook, Hiroko in a fit of grief decides to write a letter to him using his old school address. Surprisingly she receives a reply, not from the dead Itsuki, but from a woman with the same name whom had known Hiroko's fiancé in school. A relationship develops between the two women as they continue to exchange letters and share memories of the dead Itsuki. Written byTodd K. Bowman <tkbowman@aol.com>
Title Love Letter
Release Date 25 March 1995 (Japan)
Runtime
Genres Drama, Romance
Production Companies Fuji Television Network
Miho Nakayama
Miho Nakayama...
Itsuki Fujii / ...
Etsushi Toyokawa
Etsushi Toyokawa...
Akiba Shigeru...
Bunjaku Han
Bunjaku Han...
Female itsuki's mother...
Takashi Kashiwabara
Takashi Kashiwabara...
Male itsuki fujii...
Tomorô Taguchi
Tomorô Taguchi...
Female itsuki's father...
Mariko Kaga
Mariko Kaga...
Male itsuki's mother...

Reviews

uunokailas on 30 October 2006
Okay, at first view I had to admit the dialogue and the the intercourse between the people seemed rather incongruous and false, somehow very strange in terms of social relations and interrelations, but, the second time, man it's it just might be Japanese mental setting that differs from the usual Hollywood stuff, still, the Idea, I mean, I'm a Poet and appreciate this kind of playing, that s what I thought, but man, its everything but, its, just so true, and think about it sending a letter to a dead sweetheart, its sentimental but also very true in the poetic sense of the word, and the dualism, the way the persons intertwine, all this is very unwestern and refreshing, since this movie was the directors breakthrough in the west.And well, in the summer of 2005 I didn't understand this movie, tried to analyze it as I watched, but then at the end when the music started I cried, all thru the credits, it was purifying, a very true experience a very true movie, very touching, very poetic, and VERY Japanese.The best movie I've seen.

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