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Bunny Drop (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) VCD

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Bunny Drop (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Initially an auteur of men-on-the-run films, Japanese director SABU has been branching out to other genres in recent years with Kanikosen and his latest film Bunny Drop. Based on the first half of the ongoing manga series by Unida Yumi, Bunny Drop is a gentle comedy-drama about a single 30-year-old white-collar worker who suddenly becomes a father figure to his late grandfather's six-year-old illegitimate daughter. While Matsuyama Kenichi (Death Note, Gantz) is the star of the film as the inexperienced single father, the real revelation of Bunny Drop is seven-year-old Ashida Mana, one of the most popular child stars in Japan. Her performance in Bunny Drop is a showcase of her acting talent and syrupy sweet persona, showing why she is now the most in-demand young star in the Japanese entertainment world today.

30-year-old Daikichi (Matsuyama Kenichi) returns home after a long absence for his grandfather's funeral. For the first time, he discovers the existence of Rin (Ashida Mana), his grandfather's six-year-old illegitimate daughter. Rejecting his relatives' call to send Rin to an orphanage, Daikichi takes in Rin and becomes a father figure to his new aunt, suddenly dealing with all the troubles that would befall any working single parent. Thanks to the help of fellow single parent Yukari (Karina), Daikichi learns to become a better father.

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Product Title: Bunny Drop (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) 白兔糖女孩 (2011) (VCD) (香港版) 白兔糖女孩 (2011) (VCD) (香港版) Bunny Drop (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) Bunny Drop (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
Also known as: 白兔玩偶 白兔玩偶
Artist Name(s): Matsuyama Kenichi | Ikewaki Chizuru | Kitakimayu | Takahata Jyunko | Fubuki Jun | Nakamura Baijaku | Karina | Kimura Ryo | Ayano Go | Kiritani Mirei | Ashida Mana 松山研一 | 池脇千鶴 | Kitakimayu | 高畑淳子 | 風吹純 | 中村梅雀 | 香里奈 | 木村了 | 綾野剛 | 桐谷美玲 | 芦田愛菜 松山研一 | 池脇千鹤 | Kitakimayu | Takahata Jyunko | 风吹纯 | 中村梅雀 | 香里奈 | Kimura Ryo | 绫野刚 | 桐谷美玲 | 芦田爱菜 松山ケンイチ | 池脇千鶴 | キタキマユ | 高畑淳子 | 風吹ジュン | ナカムラバイジャク | 香里奈 | 木村了 | 綾野剛 | 桐谷美玲 | 芦田愛菜 | 佐藤瑠生亮 Matsuyama Kenichi | Ikewaki Chizuru | Kitakimayu | Takahata Jyunko | Fubuki Jun | Nakamura Baijaku | Karina | Kimura Ryo | Ayano Go | Kiritani Mirei | Ashida Mana
Director: Sabu (Tanaka Hiroyuki) Sabu Sabu (Tanaka Hiroyuki) SABU Sabu (Tanaka Hiroyuki)
Release Date: 2013-02-21
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: Traditional Chinese
Country of Origin: Japan
Disc Format(s): VCD
Rating: I
Duration: 109 (mins)
Publisher: Panorama (HK)
Package Weight: 110 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1032406189

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Director: Sabu

27-year-old Daikichi, a bachelor with no girlfriend, returns to his family home after a long time following the passing away of his grandfather. There he meets with an intriguing 6-year-old girl, Rin, who turns out to be his later grandfather's illegitimate daughter.

Out of objection to relatives' suggestions to place Rin in care, Daikichi unwittingly announces he will take care of the girl himself, and a little disjointed cohabitation begins between a clumsy man and a level-headed girl. Daikichi tries his best to bring up Rin, even though he has no experience of raishing a child, and Rin gradually opens up to him. This is a story about the two that will warm everyone's heart.
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Customer Review of "Bunny Drop (2011) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)"

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

Kevin Kennedy
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August 10, 2015

This customer review refers to Bunny Drop (2011) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
1 people found this review helpful

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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