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Hachiko: A Dog's Story
I had never cried so much in the movie theaters in my life before. But this very movie based on a true story, touched my heart and the tears won't stop. Hachiko, I have heard of its story way before the movie was released. A loyal dog who waited for his owner who passed on at the train station for 9 whole years till the end of his life. Hearing the story and watching it is two different things. When you are able to see it with your own eyes(though it's only a movie), you are able to relate more. From the start to the beginning, the bond between dog and human. It's indescribable. Hachi, the number 8 in Japanese, a lucky number. It connects the heaven and earth. Akita, one of the most ancient dog breeds there is in Japan. The professor found Hachi at the train station, or was it Hachi who found him? Hachi accompany the professor to the train station every morning. And at 5pm, he will come and wait for him to walk home together. After he died, his daughter bought Hachi to live with her husband and son. B
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