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A Gentle Breeze in the Village (Tennen Kokekko)

Dir. Nobuhiro Yamashita. Japan , 2007. 121 min.Rarely has a title fit so perfectly the picture bearing it. Cute, corny and inoffensive, with just a pinch of salt to suggest the flavour of the old Yamashita, whose reputation lies mostly with tongue-in-cheek deadpan Jarmusch-like satires such as The Ramblers and Linda, Linda, Linda, A Gentle Breeze in the Village is a sunny countryside love story. Taking place in a peaceful little ...

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