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MY REVIEW
Reviewed by edwinjamescalin US / Joined edwinjamescalin 2016
For Love's Sake
For Love's Sake
For Love's Sake
Japan, 2012, 133 minutes, SD Musical, Comedy, Romance, Asian
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30.06.16
Bizarre comedy film yet splashes of violence!  I think this is what makes films of Takashi Miike a stand-out, they're rough, violent yet you can't stop watching them because there's a queer sense of fascination that's irresistible.  I relish the musical numbers and what sticks to my memory was the one where Ai's parents dance and sing. These actors not only act well but are also professional dancers. A story of love and how  one's unrelenting faith in someone can bring positive change. 
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Not for me
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