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Beautiful story of unconditional love and devotion. Very moving. Loved it!Published 3 hours ago by Susan Cox
Marvelous and true story; enjoyed it from start to finish with lots of tears!Published 5 hours ago by Mary L. Myhre
Very touching. I showed this movie to a class of high school students. They all were fighting the tears.Published 5 hours ago by Kim Nothdurft
This is a slow, but very well done story based on a true story that occurred in Japan in the 1930s. I think the director did a superb job balancing the humans and the dog in this... Read morePublished 23 hours ago by J. Donaldson
loved this movie watched it in prime then bought it to watch over and over againPublished 1 day ago by fire lover
A wonderful, enjoyable, and incredibly sad film. Richard Gere is as great as always but the dog steals the show. A great movie but keep the the Kleenex handy.Published 1 day ago by Keith H.
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|Why didn't they show Hachiko: A Dog's Tale in the Movie Theatre , I...||
The idiot's at Sony who made a wrong decision to send Hachi straight to DVD with very little publicity should be fired. There are so many dog lovers in the United States that would have gone to see this movie had it had a theatrical release.
Jul 15, 2011 by Michael Sultana | See all 20 posts
The Wilson's previously had a dog named Luke who passed away. It's possible that it was very sad when they lost Luke and Cate did not want to put the family through that again, but Cate did see how much Parker bonded with Hachi and gave in and let the dog stay. She also bonded with... Read More
Aug 6, 2012 by Michael Sultana | See all 4 posts
|Spanish subtitles or audio?||
The Blu-ray version I own does not have spanish audio or subtitles, only english. I owned the standard definition DVD version briefly before I gave it away and I think it was the same.
This is a movie where most of the story can be enjoyed without understanding the dialog.
Apr 25, 2010 by scoosdad | See all 3 posts
|What is the time on the clock in the ending scene?||
I have a zoom feature and it looks like either 5:35pm or 6:35pm as the camera pans up to the sky.
It was very clear to see that it was about 5:01pm when Parker comes through the station door and Hachi runs to greet him.
Mar 30, 2014 by Michael Sultana | See all 2 posts
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