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What the Snow Brings (Yuki ni negau koto)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:June 8, 2007
Running time:112 minutes
Cast:Yusuke Iseya, Koichi Sato, Kyôko Koizumi, Kazue Fukiishi, Tetsuya Deguchi
Director:Kichitaro Negishi
Producer:Naoki Kai
Writer:Sho Narumi, Masato Kato
Distributor:Eleven Arts

Web Site: http://www.yukinega.com/

Description: A "Banei Race" pits draft horses, whose ancestors were the dobbins, against one another, each pulling a 200-plus pound sledge over various obstacles. These draft horses bend their enormous bodies over and do their best. The film concerns what happens when these horses and a young man, who struggles for the present but still walks towards his future with his family, come together in their lives.

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