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Hachiko: A Dog’s Story. A Stage 6 Films presents: Director: Lasse Hallstrom Producers: Richard Gere, Bill Johnson, Vicki Wong Shigekuni. Operator: Ron Forlunoto Composer: Jan AP Kaczmarek Hachiko: A Dog’s Story.
Artists: Richard Gere, Joan Allen, Sarah Roemer, Cary- Hiroyuki Tagawa, Jason Alexander, Akita-Inu. Genre: Drama, Family Country: USA Year: 2009 No Awards
Hachiko: A Dog’s Story. Film based on the true story of Hachiko - Japanese dog breed Akita-Inu, who for nine years, every day at the same time, came to station to meet the deceased owner.
Filming mostly took place in Woonsocket, Bristol and Kingstown (Rhode Island) and the University of Rhode Island (English), and Japan. Hachiko: A Dog’s Story.
Interesting Facts: Hachiko at different times of life are three adult dogs and three puppies. The film has much in common with the Soviet pattern in 1989, "On the runway at the leash" (based on a true story) about how the dog is 10 years waiting for his master at the airport near the runway, where he had left it.
Soundtrack is the song «Goodbye", written by Jan Kaczmarek Hachiko in different years of life play a dog Chico, Laila, and Forest. Breed Hachiko The Akita Inu is a symbol of loyalty and devotion in Japan. Hachiko: A Dog’s Story.
Present in Japan, Hachiko, Shibuya Station, where he waited for the owner, put a bronze statue. Today, a statue of Hachiko at the stations is a meeting place for lovers, and the image of a dog in Japan was an example of selfless love and devotion. In Russia, too, was a monument to the devotion to the city of Togliatti (Samara region) Hachiko: A Dog’s Story.
It would seem that many movies have filmed on the theme "Man and His Dog"? However, the topic has not yet closed. Hachiko - one of the most famous dogs in Japan has received a monument in their honor for their loyalty. Hachiko: A Dog’s Story.
I recommend to watch this film because it is a good and sad story. Hachiko: A Dog’s Story.