[REL] Dare mo shiranai (2004)

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[REL] Dare mo shiranai (2004)

Postby Rich » Mon Nov 15, 2004 2:14 pm  4 likes

Dare mo shiranai (2004)

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Four siblings live happily with their mother in a small apartment in Tokyo. In fact, the children all have different fathers and have never been to school. The very existence of three of them has been hidden from the landlord. One day, the mother leaves behind a little money and a note, charging her oldest boy to look after the others. And so begins the children's odyssey, a journey nobody knows.


"Children can not choose their parents" This was what came into my mind after I saw this movie.

This movie is based on actual incident happened in 1988. It was much more miserable than the movie. A woman was living with a man. She thought he had filed the marriage notification. When their son was born, the man said he had filed the birth notification. One day he left her to live with another woman. When the boy got the primary school age, she knew neither the marriage notification nor the birth notification were not filed. Facing this situation, she decided to hide her children from the society.

She had met several men and had 5 children, two boys and three girls, who were not registered and hidden from other people. When the second boy died of sick, she hid the corps in the closet. While she works in a department store, the eldest son took care of three sisters. When the eldest son was 14, she went out to live with her new man. When the children were protected by the police half a year later, a girl had been dead, and the two were debilitated, as they were confined in a room and poorly fed. The girls were 3 and 2 y/o and still used diapers, but they were changed only once every day. It is reported that the eldest boy blamed himself for not being able to take good care of his sisters, instead of blaming his mother...

Compared to the real story, the movie is less miserable. In the movie, even the little boy and girl look normal and pretty, but in the real story they were very poorly developed. But it was still more than enough to surprise me. What a mother! In a conversation with the eldest boy, she says "May I not become happy?" She acts on this thought, without thinking of the same right about her children. Her childish lisping talk describes her immaturity. And of course, men were more guilty. Sadly, children can not choose their parents.

Every child acted amazingly well, very natural. Particularly, the eyes of the eldest boy, Akira, are very impressive. The eyes tell many things from their miserable life.


Originally posted by helge79 at fileheaven :applause:


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Re: [REL] Dare mo shiranai (2004)

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Re: [REL] Dare mo shiranai (2004)

Postby ARTHORIUS » Sat Apr 09, 2011 1:28 pm  0 likes

Now i know ;)
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Re: [REL] Dare mo shiranai (2004)

Postby Tiny Blondie » Fri Feb 16, 2018 10:22 am  1 likes

In better quality Dare mo shiranai (Nobody Knows) (2004)

720p x264 1274 Mb in .mkv

https://1fichier.com/?85rycakqf4
http://uptobox.com/5h8l9s37hwpf
http://www.jheberg.net/download/2004dare712746zta/
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Re: [REL] Dare mo shiranai (2004)

Postby ghost » Fri Feb 16, 2018 5:18 pm  0 likes

Thanks for the links! :)

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