Hachi: A Dog’s Tale
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Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (2009) is a true and heart-warming dog story and a great movie about a dog who never gave up loving his master.
It is a story about a puppy found in train station by the Richard Gere character, a college professor. The loyal dog waits for his master every day at the train station and returns to it to meet his master even after he dies. After professor’s death, her daughter offers Hachi a home and she has the understanding to give him permission to leave and live on the streets. So, Hachi pursue a lonely life of waiting and waits for his master for ten years.
This is a movie about the true meaning of connection, loyalty, hope. A beautiful tale of unconditionally love and devotion.
I loved it, loved the acting and loved Hachi.
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