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(1731) 6.9 119 min 2018

Netemo sametemo is a movie starring Masahiro Higashide, Erika Karata, and Sairi Itô. Asako lives in Osaka. She falls in love with Baku, a free-spirit. One day, Baku suddenly disappears. Two years later, Asako now lives in Tokyo and...

Starring
Masahiro Higashide, Kôji Nakamoto, Erika Karata, Sairi Itô
Genres
Romance, Drama
Director
Ryûsuke Hamaguchi

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Romance, Drama
Director Ryûsuke Hamaguchi
Writer Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, Tomoka Shibasaki, Sachiko Tanaka
Stars Masahiro Higashide, Kôji Nakamoto, Erika Karata, Sairi Itô
Country Japan, France
Also Known As Sleeping or Waking, Asako 1 & 2, Asako I & II, Asako. Dzień i noc, Asako, 寝ても覚めても
Runtime 1H 59M
Description Asako lives in Osaka. She falls in love with Baku, a free-spirit. One day, Baku suddenly disappears. Two years later, Asako now lives in Tokyo and meets Ryohei. He looks just like Baku, but has a completely different personality.

Top reviews

Monday, 09 Nov 2020 17:14

In the dystopian future, it's the time of a new era. We're surrounded by a myriad of new technologies and a society where people are entirely different, obsessed with the internet and life in general. Everyone has a smart phone, but most of the time the old fashioned ways of communication are still important. For one young man, it's the smart phone. He is the "man of the people", a man who can connect with anyone, be someone's friend, be his equal. But in the end, the man of the people decides that this world is too closed off and isolated, and he wishes to connect with other people. It's a strong film with strong characters, who are united by a common goal and a desire to connect. It's also a strong film that leaves you with a sense of hope, a feeling that you could be connected with the other people of the world, that you could have friends and be treated like a human being. I found myself getting teary-eyed, and I was not the only one. This film is an excellent example of what happens when you have a good director. The direction is well done, with a sharp and fast pace, and the use of bright colors to accentuate the story's themes are effective. The story is also strong, and the characters are portrayed well, with a mixture of well developed characters and a few more developed characters. It is a film that takes the time to build the characters, and give them a bit of depth, which makes them more likable and believable. This is a film that deserves a place in your heart, as it is a film that can be enjoyed by everyone. The direction is excellent, the acting is excellent, the characters are well developed, and the story is strong. This is a film that should be seen by everyone.
Thursday, 05 Nov 2020 12:49

My husband and I had this DVD set for a couple of years, but have never gotten around to watching it. I do have a copy, but haven't watched it in quite a while. It's interesting to see the difference between our two favorite actresses. In "Sally's Choice," Blythe Danner plays an avaricious young woman who wants to leave her husband and marry a rich man, but she has to live the life of a playboy because she is a singer. She goes on a "B-list" "seducing" gig to prove her man's point, and then has a nervous breakdown when she realizes she is not cut out for the lifestyle. And she makes it clear that she does not love him. I've always liked her. The same is true for Winona Ryder, who plays a bumbling reporter who falls for the man who works for the local TV station. She's not happy about her marriage and the way it has developed, and has a few short, funny moments. Both actresses are excellent in their roles. Of course, they play their characters with so much love and enthusiasm, it's hard to tell if they are really playing the same character. The plot is fairly basic. The story is set in and around the Village of Mimi, a poor village in California. There is no big city, no huge skyscrapers, no big celebrities. And there are no bright lights on the horizon. The film takes place in the small town of Mimi, a sleepy little town with a population of about 50. It is populated mostly by older people, and everyone seems to be talking about "the town," with almost no one in the world really interested in it. The locals are all close-knit, loyal and loyal to their neighbors. No one is quick to speak ill of anyone. The only bright lights are the big city and the big TV stations. That's what they say in the film. The movie is a true portrait of the English village. The only difference is that Mimi is a rather small place. And Mimi is portrayed as being in the rural west of England, not in the urban south of England. The film is full of beautiful scenes of beautiful people. I can't say much more about the acting, since I haven't seen the film. The film is worth watching, and there is a little bit of humor in it. It's one of those "the little things that make the big things" films. One thing I have to say is that the film does not come with a big advertisement for Mimi. You have to look to see what the film is all about. It's certainly not a big-budget production. It is a small film, with a small cast, but the whole town of Mimi is shown, and everyone is shown. The town is small, but it is large, and it is unique. I enjoyed the film, but I don't think it is a masterpiece. I just think it is a great little film, that people should see. I think people should see this film. I have to give the film a 7/10.
Saturday, 25 Jul 2020 16:13

I think it's safe to say that my father would have hated this film, but I respect him for this decision. I have seen a few of his films, and even though I have never met him, I think he's a brilliant actor, and the man is a great storyteller. When I heard that he would be directing this film, I was very excited, because I'm a huge fan of his work. However, the film was terrible, I can't believe he has directed such a film. It's not as bad as some people have made it out to be, but I can't believe I wasted a few hours of my life on this. I mean, I'm sure there's some scenes that I have no idea why they were even there, and it's not because they were important to the story, but because it just felt like they were forced in there. And then there are the scenes that I thought were important to the story, but weren't, and in some cases were even forced. For instance, the scene where she says that her father has been going to the country to pick her up for the last 2 years, and that's why she's feeling depressed. The idea of her father being at home all day every day, making her feel depressed is a great idea, but they just had to force it in there, and in some scenes I almost didn't want them to be there. If I had to blame this film on one person, I would say the director. I don't know what else to blame, but I really hope that he gets his career back on track. If you want to see a good film about the suffering of people, I would recommend that you check out Upstream Color. It's a great film, but this film was just so badly directed. It just doesn't feel like a movie, it feels more like a documentary. I would recommend that people do not watch this film, and do not go see it, because it will just make you feel bad for him.
Friday, 01 May 2020 21:30

I am sure you know the story of this film, and the original script was written by a Japanese author. I am not sure if this film is a true adaptation, but the director does not appear to be an Asian, but a Canadian. I would not say that the plot is original, but it is very well made, with good direction and beautiful shots. It is also a film that shows the Korean influence in Canada, as it was an influence in the film being made here. The film is more about the story than the characters. I have to admit that I did not know much about the film before I watched it, but I found it to be very interesting. The film has an interesting style of filming. The story is told through the lives of four people, and their relationships with each other. Each one of these people has a different story, and it is up to the viewer to find out which one is the true one, and which one is not. There are also some amazing camera shots, including the first shot when the characters are sitting in their car on a rainy day. These camera shots also show a great deal of personality in the camera shots, and it is a great tool for the director. I think that the style of the film is very unique. The style of the film reminds me of Akira Kurosawa. The characters are really well written, and their relationships with each other are interesting. The film is also visually beautiful. The film has a beautiful style of cinematography. It is interesting to see the different camera shots, and the scenes in the movie. This style of cinematography is very similar to that of the director, Takashi Miike. The acting in this film is very good. The acting is really good. The performances of the four main characters are really good, but there are some good performances from the other actors. The director also uses a lot of subtle camera angles. The film is really well made, and it is a very interesting film to watch. The film is definitely worth watching, but I do not think that it is a film that is very easy to get into.


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