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Revered veteran of the silver screen Bennet Guillory (The Color Purple) delivers a career-defining performance as Daniel Holder, a grieving father struggling to come to terms with the sudden loss of his estranged son Mickey. Driven by a desperate desire to hold on to what little remains of his son, Daniel travels into the heart of a culture he does not understand on a mission to collect a series of paintings left behind by Mickey. His journey – fueled by bitterness and regret – quickly uncovers shocking truths that bring an already-broken man to his knees. Will Daniel succumb to the hatred that has poisoned his heart, or will he embrace the spirit of Mickey’s existence and forgive the unforgivable?
Masao Nakabori, the film's cinematographer deserves credit for the great shots of rural Japan in a low budget picture.
Capturing popular landmarks as well as popular event in this smaller city of Japan, it gives a different perspective of living in this country.
So, I can understand Daniel's anger but I have to admit, the belligerence in the attitude of the character was insulting.
Even without knowing in advance that filmmaker Aaron Woolfolk was heavily inspired by the legendary director Akira Kurosawa, something about his debut feature THE HARIMAYA BRIDGE... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Professor XXL
This film considers so many misconceptions and possibilities we are
prone to dismiss rather than engage seriously: cultural shock, stereotypes, racism, egocentric... Read more
I had just finished watching this movie on blu-ray and it was a very nice and touching film. A film about love and relationship between families of two different races, from... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jose Bendol Jr
If you are foreigner who happens to live in Kochi, Shikoku Japan, then you will surely appreciate this movie. Read morePublished on December 28, 2012 by Johnkenny
"The Harimya Bridge" is a wonderful film about forgiveness and cultural perspectives and angles. Due to it's style, it is definitely not a film for "everyone", but still, a good... Read morePublished on April 30, 2012 by Hope this helps
Movie title is listed as (Blu-ray/DVD Combo) in that order. One would think packaging is in Blu Ray, not it isn't. It came in as DVD packaging. Movie is good.Published on January 11, 2012 by Ven
Minor roadblocks to this becoming a better film was the slow pace for the first half hour, mostly on the American side, and the lack of a clearly developed background and... Read morePublished on December 25, 2011 by G. Teslovich