Otoko wa tsurai yo: Boku no ojisan



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995.4 MB
Japanese 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 48 min
P/S 6 / 8
1.8 GB
Japanese 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 48 min
P/S 12 / 13

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Reviewed by Jeremy_Urquhart7 / 10

A series that gets more emotional the closer you get to the end

There was an odd sort of melancholy to this entry, even if in the end it was quite heartwarming. This is the last Tora-san film of the 80s, and I'm well aware that I only have a few left to watch, which saddens me greatly.

Also said is that I know that the High Priest won't be in the last couple of entries because of Chishu Ryu's passing, and I know that the series will end because of Kiyoshi Astumi's sudden passing.

There's a line of dialogue about Mitsuo looking after Tora when he was old that got to me, and the final phone call was emotional, too. There's a huge gathering of people and Tora's not there- you can see from his face that part of him wants to be, but part of him thinks he shouldn't.

A brief homophobic scene/line of dialogue keeps this from getting a higher rating, and Mitsuo's dad acts a little out of character at points, but otherwise this is great. The focus on Mitsuo worked well, and I liked his love interest, Izumi, too.

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