I Wish

I Wish
I Wish

Year

2011

Duration

128 minutes

Genres

Coming of Age, Drama

Language

Japanese

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Synopsis

Two Japanese brothers, Koichi and Ryu, have the difficult experience of seeing their parents split up. Their mother, moves back in with her parents with Koichi while Ryu remains in the city of Osaka with his dad whose music ambitions lead him to never settle into a regular job. The separated brothers long to be reunited. Soonafter Koichi makes a discovery involving a high-speed train and a simple wish, believing there just might be a way to reconnect with his brother and parents. I Wish is a generous-hearted film about the unbreakable bond of family.

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Contains mild language and scenes of smoking

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