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Today I will introduce a movie based on a true story about love and devotion- Hachi: A Dog’s Tale.
The film is based on a real story that happened in 1924. Yoshiro Ueno, a professor in the Department of Agriculture at the Imperial University of Tokyo, began to raise the dog and named it “Hachiko”. Every day, Hachiko would watch Professor Ueno go to work at the door of their home, and in the evening, it would go to Shibuya Station to welcome its master to get off. In May 1925, Ueno died suddenly due to cerebral hemorrhage. However, Hachiko still went to Shibuya Station every day to wait for the return of its master until it died, a total of ten years.
Hachiko is a mysterious dog because no one knows where it came from. Professor Parker picks it up at the train station in the town. It seems that the puppy is destined to have something to do with Professor Parker. When Parker picked up the puppy he couldn’t put it down anymore. His wife Carter initially opposed the dog but in the end, Parker’s affection for the puppy Hachiko successfully influenced her. Hachiko grew up slowly under the care of Parker and always delivered him to the station when Parker went to work. Hachiko also crawled at the station early and waited. Hachiko ’s loyalty made people in the town love it more. One day, Hachiko performed abnormally when Parker wanted to go to work and played a ball-picking game that never before. Hachiko’s performance made Parker very satisfied, but on that day, Parker died of illness. Parker’s wife Carter, daughter Andy and son-in-law Michael buried Parker with great pain, but it was unknown for Hachiko. And Hachiko waited for Parker to get off work in the station for ten years until it died.
Quotes in the film:
- ”So even if Columbus got lost and wasn’t the first to discover America, he’s still my hero. He was really brave to sail in such a tiny ship over a really big ocean. And because of him, we get Columbus Day off of
- ”I never met my grandfather, he died when I was just a little baby. But when I hear about him and Hachi, I feel like I know him. They taught me the meaning of loyalty. That you should never forget anyone that you loved. And that’s why Hachi will forever be my hero.”
- ”Hey, you know we love you, Hachi. We want you to stay here with us. If you have to go… that’s okay too. Good-bye, Hachi.”
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