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Bunny Drop (DVD) (Korea Version)

Customer Review of "Bunny Drop (DVD) (Korea Version)"

Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (1)

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Kevin Kennedy
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August 10, 2015

This customer review refers to Bunny Drop (2011) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Lovely story of sacrificial love Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
As fans of the long-running manga "Bunny Drop" know, the manga series derives its magic from detailing how its unlikely characters overcome the mundane challenges of daily life with grace, a little humor, and lots of love. Can such a story work when translated to the silver screen? Director Sabu, with his film "Bunny Drop", shows that it definitely can - and does - work.

30 year old bachelor Daikichi (Matsuyama Kenichi), a rising middle manager in a big company, arrives at his grandfather's funeral and finds an adorable six year old girl named Rin (Ashida Mana) wandering about on her own. Daikichi is drawn to the lonely child and soon learns that she is the out-of-wedlock child of his late grandfather. The gathered relatives ponder what to do with the child and decide that placing her in an orphanage is the only sensible course to take. Daikichi will not hear of it; he decides that he will take charge of this little girl who technically is his aunt.

Only after he follows through on his decision does he begin to understand its ramifications. Bringing a small child into his home turns his life upside down, requiring him to adjust his career aspirations, and jeopardizes his hopes of finding a girlfriend. Instead of focusing on the challenges of his job, now he faces an entirely different set of challenges: finding an appropriate school for Rin, helping her deal with her sudden bed-wetting problem, panicking when she becomes feverish. Will these headaches make Daikichi regret his decision or will the bond which forms quickly between the two make it all seem worthwhile?

Many films are described as heartwarming. Trust me when I tell you that "Bunny Drop" will melt the iciest of hearts. Both Matsuyama Kenichi and Ashida Mana are superb in their roles, never letting their characters become treacly, but remaining entirely believable while showing love's power to heal wounds.

"Bunny Drop" and its stars are charmers.
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