The Children of the Street tells the story of young people who have to achieve their own justice in a world where law is inadequate. "What is justice?", "How does a teenager survive on the street?" will answer questions like.
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Ertugrul, launched in 1863, was a sailing frigate of the Ottoman Navy. While returning from a goodwill voyage from Japan in 1890, she encountered a typhoon off the coast of Wakayama Prefecture, subsequently drifted into a reef and sank. The maritime accident resulted in the loss of 533 sailors, including Admiral Ali Osman Pasha. Only sixty-nine sailors and officers survived and returned home later aboard two Japanese corvettes. The event is still commemorated as a foundation stone of Japanese-Turkish friendship. Wikipedia.
I don't know if you ever seen many Japanese emotional dramas/movies before, but this film is very much a typical one. Their intentions for peace and love are great, but I don't understand why people will gather around in neat queue to sing a certain song??That would be for cinematic effect I assume.
Though I agree that Japanese movies are way better than most Chinese movies these days, but just don't make movies like you're making a Jap cartoon k?
Either way, it is very great to see those artistic pictures and to know about this history. Less dramas and tears would make this movie a 8 score good movie.
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