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I Wish

Kiseki
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The moving and deeply satisfying work of a director who just keeps on getting better.

The Guardian

Filmmaker Hirokazu Koreeda (Still Walking) delivers another fascinating exploration of family relationships with this emotionally stirring tale of childhood and innocence. Two young brothers find themselves divided by their parent’s separation and forced to live at opposite ends of Kyushu in Japan. Keen to reunite and repair the rift between their parents, the boys cook up a mystical solution whereby they will both make a wish at the split-second when two speeding Bullet Trains pass each, believing this powerful force will make a miracle happen and magically bring their family back together.

Director(s): Hirokazu Koreeda   Country of Origin: Japan Language(s):In Japanese (subtitles in English) 
Year: 2011   Running Time: 2hr 8 mins  
BBFC Advice: PG Parental guidance recommended, some scenes may be unsuitable for children.  

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