POPPOYA RAILROAD MAN 1999 DVD (JAPANESE MOVIE) WITH ENGLISH SUB (REGION 3)
POPPOYA RAILROAD MAN 1999 DVD (JAPANESE MOVIE) WITH ENGLISH SUB (REGION 3)
POPPOYA RAILROAD MAN 1999 DVD (JAPANESE MOVIE) WITH ENGLISH SUB (REGION 3)

POPPOYA RAILROAD MAN 1999 DVD (JAPANESE MOVIE) WITH ENGLISH SUB (REGION 3)

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POPPOYA RAILROAD MAN 1999 DVD (JAPANESE MOVIE) WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES (REGION 3)

Cast:  Ken Takakura, Shinobu Otake, Ryoko Hirosue
Director : Yasuo Furuhata
Language: Japanese

Subtitles : English ,Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese

System : NTSC
Sound System : Dolby Digital 5.1
Duration : 112 mins
Release Date : 2000 -05-01
Publisher : Kam and Ronson Enterprise 


Poppoya (鉄道員 Poppoya or Tetsudōin , lit. Railroad Man) is a 1999 Japanese film directed by Yasuo Furuhata. It was Japan's submission to the 72nd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee. It was chosen as Best Film at the Japan Academy Prize ceremony. The film was the 3rd highest grossing film of the year in Japan.

Synopsis
A railway stationmaster at a dying end-of-the-line village in Hokkaido is haunted by memories of his dead wife and daughter. When the railroad line is scheduled to be closed, he is offered a job at a hotel, but he is emotionally unable to part with his career as a railroader. His life takes a turn when he meets a young woman with an interest in trains who resembles his daughter.


北海道積雪很深的鄉村中一個小的終點站幌舞,一個 男人一直以身為站員來走過他的人生,即使是獨生兒 去 世,心愛的妻子病逝,這個男人仍舊持續站立於車 站 中....佐藤乙松以鐵道員為他的生職業,多年 前幌舞 是重要的採煤區,非常熱鬧,如今人口漸漸減 少,支援著 乙松人生的幌舞線即將被取消,乙松除了 站員以外的工作 從未考慮,即使老同事杉浦仙次邀請 乙松退休後一起工 作,乙松都拒絕,乙松對於無法守 護妻子靜枝與獨生女兒 雪子的生命一直感到苦痛悔恨 直至一日,他分別遇上了三 位不同年歲的女孩,令孤 獨的內心再次燃點著…..

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Region 2: Japan, Europe, South Africa, and the Middle East, including Egypt

Region 3: Southeast Asia, East Asia, including Hong Kong

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