A veteran civil servant receives a medical diagnosis that inspires him to move to the south coast and cram some fun into his remaining days. He meets a sunny young female colleague who seems to have the pep that had previously escaped him. Too be honest with you I didn’t think I would enjoyed this film, but by the end I actually enjoyed this film as the ending is poignancy and totally memorable. The acting is amazing and especially Bill Nighy and at least this film try to be something different, the story itself is brilliant and the scenery is amazing and it is engrossing. It might not drawn you in straight away and once you get used to it, it actually a really good film and you actually care for these characters, this is a beautiful film and you needed a bit of patient and by the ending it will wowed you. This is a slow burner type of film and this is silently powerful and this is a well – made film.
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I thought you would like it. That’s why I recommended it to you. I am now looking for a DVD of Ikiru – Kurosawa’s original version made in 1952!
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You know me too well and I just wait for the original version of Ikiru, I will watch out for this film on the movie channel and FilmFour.