Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Sunday, January 15, 2006


I'm going to buy this movie and force anyone to watch it who hasn't already.

My most favourite Japanese film to date!

How is it possible to have seen so many quality films in so short a time?

And where am I going to find this piano music by Joe Hisaishi?


Anonymous 1u said...

oh, this is the's by an important director indeed...(but somehow i missed it when it was out)

try to look for the soundtrack...

12:48 AM  
Blogger jennywren said...

watch this movie!!!!!!!!! it was nice to laugh for a change... I promise you will love it!

12:51 AM  
Blogger jennywren said...

i looked at the website and there is the DVD for really cheap... but it's region 1 and so i can't watch it... and i can't find the piano music anywhere... but i didn't realise this joe guy writes music for everything! i mean like he wrote the music for spirited away and all kinds of miyazaki things... i never knew that!

12:58 AM  
Anonymous 1u said...

i think his cds are available in taiwan, coz I vaguely remember my younger brother has a cd of his, best of, or something like that...

will ask him for you ;)
well, too bad sunny is already back in the US otherwise she would have be happy to look for stuff for you..

and i just got up from a bad dream--in it i couldn't play piano properly so i lost temper...was crying and shouting at people...oh i feel so tired now..

10:23 AM  
Anonymous 1u said...

10:33 AM  
Blogger jennywren said...

thanks but i meant the actual sheet music... i looked but it just doesn't seem to be available.

ooh, i noticed too that he wrote music for 'Dolls'. another good film from what i remember.

yay, been invited out for homemade sunday lunch ~~~

11:29 AM  
Anonymous 1u said...

i can ask my friend ju, who teaches piano, to look for the sheet music for you...

jens i quite enjoyed my piano lesson. it's great to be able to play the grand piano in the music dept so i didn't want to stop! my teacher, even tho she said she only wanted to teach classical, let me begin with Yann Tiersen's 'Comptine d'un Autre Ete'!

9:40 PM  
Blogger jennywren said...

Would you? I would really like to get that music. I really want you to see the film. i lent the copy i rented to S... wonder if he'll like it!

I was playing (trying to because I didn't have my music with me) 'Comptine d'un autre ete' at Kirsty's house this afternoon (they have a really nice piano).

Glad to hear you enjoyed the lesson. Still jealous...

9:48 PM  

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