The Twenty-First Century

Hachiko: A Dog’s Story [2010]

” Have a long life, Hachi”.

A college professor finds an abandoned puppy at the train station one night and takes it home with him. When nobody claims the dog, his family decides to keep it. Everyday, the pooch would accompany his master to the train station in the morning, and eagerly awaits his return in the afternoon. This simple story of loyalty and friendship has already touched the hearts of millions of viewers, and I’m sure it would do the same to you once you watch it. It’s deeply moving, with an ending that might leave some in tears (better be prepared for this one). Richard Gere has never been better as Hachi’s master. Also known as “Hachi: A Dog’s Tale”.

Rating: 3/4

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