Hinokio [Limited Pressing]

Hinokio [Limited Pressing]

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Original Name  HINOKIO ヒノキオ
Official Release Date Jan 27, 2007
Starring Masatoshi Nakamura, Kanata Hongoh, Maki Horikita, Sachie Hara, Riho Makise
Subtitles None
Year 2005
Running Time 111 Minutes
Genre Japanese Movie
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0001387846
Catalog No.  DA-2787
Item Code  4988105052024

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willett.meghan (1) on 22, Oct. 2006 12:15 (HKT)
I adore this movie.
I recommend “Hinokio: Intergalactic Love” to anyone who likes a family movie, or anyone who is tired of Too Much Angst and wants a happy ending. :)

\"Hinokio: Intergalactic Love\" is a story of Satoru and his classmates. Satoru lost his mom in the same car accident that left him in a wheel chair. One year after the death of his mother, Satoru\'s father gives him a robot that allows him to go to school from home. In this way, Satoru can re-enter life outside his room without ever leaving it.

The conflict in this movie comes at first from Satoru being alienated in his class. He wants to make friends with the other children, but they cannot see past the robot in front of them to the little boy talking to them through it. The children will not even call the robot by Satoru’s name—instead, they refer to him as “Hinokio.”

Another conflict comes from Satoru\'s relationship with his father-- who Satoru refuses to speak to.

The story is very well woven together with the introduction of a mysterious game \"Purgatory\"-- a game hidden within a game (Cyber City). This game catches Satoru\'s interest because it is centered on the after life.

How will Satoru come to terms with his mother\'s death? Will he every make friends in his class? Watch and find out. :)
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