Hana's Miso Soup 小花的味噌湯 2015 (Japanese Movie) BLU-RAY with Eng Sub (Region A)
Cast : Kenichi Takitoh, Ryoko Hirosue
Director : Tomoaki Akune
Language : Japanese
Subtitles : English, Traditional Chinese
Disc Format : Blu-Ray
Sound System : Dolby True HD 7.1
Screen Format : 1920x1080 Full HD
Duration : 118 mins
Released Date : 2016-07-07
Publisher : CN Entertainment Ltd
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Based on a collection of essays by real-life cancer patient Chie Yasutake, who died in 2008, the valiant woman is played by Ryoko Hirosue in a serene and moving performance. Not long after the 23-year-old Chie meets the love of her life, Shingo (Kenichi Takito), an outrageously goofy newspaper journalist who is a divorcee and 11 years her senior, she is diagnosed with breast cancer. The two get married anyway.
Then they’re met with another surprise: Chie, fresh off chemotherapy, is pregnant against all odds. This brings joy to Shingo and dismay to Chie, who fears that carrying the child will bring back the tumours. It’s no spoiler to note that she’ll give birth to a daughter, Hana (Emina Akamatsu). The film doesn’t so much deal with surprises as it gives a bittersweet account of Chie’s life, of which every day is a miracle.
The story maintains its positive outlook as it alternates between Chie’s cancer treatment and her healthy home life, which she advocates on a popular online blog. Hana’s Miso Soup is a tender portrait of family love that’s largely devoid of histrionics. At any rate, there could be nothing more poignant than the sight of Chie teaching Hana the recipe for making traditional miso soup – and a good life on her own.
真人真事改編，記者安武信吾（瀧藤賢一 飾）的妻子安武千惠（廣末涼子 飾）患上癌症，經過千辛萬苦生下女兒安武花（赤松愛美 飾）後卻癌症復發。在和丈夫攜手對抗病魔的同時，千惠想在剩下的時間裡為孩子留下什麼，於是她開始教5歲的女兒烹調味噌湯等健康料理，希望能送上一份可以伴隨她一生的禮物…
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