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Her Love Boils Bathwater / 湯を沸かすほどの熱い愛

PG Drama

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Synopsis

A tale of a mother’s fierce love and a family’s enduring spirit

Single mother Futaba already grapples with the challenge of raising her adolescent daughter Azumi, but now she is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Plunging ahead, Futaba ties up loose ends to secure Azumi’s future and starts by tracking down her ex-husband Kazuhiro. When the family reunites, Futaba announces that they’ll revive the family’s disused public bathhouse. This award-winning film looks at the breakdown of family relations and the enduring spirit that endeavours to keep them intact.

Running Time 2hr 05m
Rating PG | Parental Guidance
Cast Rie Miyazawa, Hana Sugisaki, Joe Odagiri, Tori Matsuzaka, Aoi Ito
Director Ryota Nakano

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