After his master's death, he waited every day at the train station that his master comes home and he did this for 10 years.I just realized it was based on a real dog in Japan. We saw that statue at the Shibuya train station. I had to go back through our piccies to find it.
It was a long wait to get it from Netflix. I never heard of it either but we saw a preview when watching another movie. You know, I think the nicest movies are the ones you never hear about. It took us a long time to go with Netflix but now don't regret. We have watched so many beautiful movies since we have it. And it works very well.I tried to find it at a Redbox - no luck Has it been out long on DVD? Redbox doesn't keep them very long so maybe I missed it.
Wow Janine! Truly amazing. Thank God for our babies, right!!After his master's death, he waited every day at the train station that his master comes home and he did this for 10 years.
I could very well relate to the part where the dog did not want his master to go to work. Something identical happened with our dachshund. My father took her everyday for a walk. For two weeks before my father died, she did not want to go. The night before he died she howled all night long.