Tagged: mood: optimistic

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My Way (Korean Film)

My Way tells the somewhat true story of a Korean man, who after several unfortunate turns of events, was found in Normandy fighting for Nazi Germany on D Day. Japanese forces keep on expanding, wars break, and things happen. Tears are shed.

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Juanes – MTV Unplugged

Juanes is really not unfamiliar to this strong Latin sound in his music, but it’s more evident in this performance thanks to Juan Luis Guerra’s arrangements and overall take-over as a producer.

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Taiyo Matsumoto – Black & White

There are some manga that manage to push the understanding of human nature to the very edges of its periphery. Taiyō Matsumoto’s Black & White cracks open your psyche and forces you to put your morals into hard focus.

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Take This Waltz

Take This Waltz presents a harsh look at unhappiness in relationships and how fleeting love can be.

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Studio Apartment – Nihon no Uta

Nihon no Uta’s got introductions and interludes that connect the whole album together as if they really were a whole. However, musically, these songs and collaborations couldn’t be more far apart from each other.

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Majority of One, A

A Majority of One is an adapted screenplay from the play of the same name. The play addresses racial prejudice in a story about a Jewish widow who overcomes her dislike for the Japanese after the war when she meets a Japanese businessman.

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Hebe Tien – To Hebe

In her debut, just titled To Hebe, S.H.E member Hebe writes a letter to herself about the complicated dealings of love and self-love.

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Spring Bears Love

Spring Bears Love is a rather atypically typical movie — it has all the elements behind your run of the mill romantic dramedy, but it feels “indie” in its making.