Mitsuko Delivers
Hara Ga Kore Nande
Japan, 2011, 109 minutes, HD
Mitsuko Delivers Synopsis

Directed by Yuya Ishii (Sawako Decides). A quirky charmer featuring a beguiling star performance from Riisa Naka. Mitsuko is 24, heavily pregnant and estranged from the American father of her child.


Her parents believe she is happy and successful in America and are unaware that she has secretly returned to Tokyo. Making the biggest decisions on the slightest whim, she moves back into the tenement street where she lived as a child. The move changes lives, reignites old romances and creates a supportive circle of love that may be exactly what Mitsuko needs.


A film that is guaranteed to make you smile.




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Reviewed by edwinjamescalin
Director Yuya Ishii scores a heartwarming comedy with this flick,  with the character of Mitsuko a very inspiring reminder for everyone that sometimes being "cool" and positive can save the... more
Director Yuya Ishii scores a heartwarming comedy with this flick,  with the character of Mitsuko a very inspiring reminder for everyone that sometimes being "cool" and positive can save the day.  She is obsessed with clouds and a lot of her nature is a reflection of her landlady's, very peculiar. Acting performances by other cast members are impressive,  the parents of Mitsuko, especially the mother is a natural comedienne. This film truly made me smile!
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Reviewed by nikkareyes
Naka Riisa as Mitsuko comes across as a positive-thinker who doesn't let any failure get in the way. She helps others more than herself and earlier scenes where she's seen... more
Naka Riisa as Mitsuko comes across as a positive-thinker who doesn't let any failure get in the way. She helps others more than herself and earlier scenes where she's seen offering pickles to the new tenant and to 2 men taking out her belongings is comical. Rissa's acting performance is spontaneous and natural and the acting of the support cast is also laudable like Mitsuko's parents and the landlady. Watch this film and get to see a glimpse of Japanese society, even as Mitsuko's attitude and ideals are so un-Japanese, in a way. 
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