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A Film About Love and Waiting--Hachiko : A Dog’s Story
发布时间:2015-04-17 浏览次数:

The film Hachiko: A Dog’s Story which was adapted from a real story that happened in Japan moved many people. And the dog Hachiko has made a deep impression on innumerable movie fans.

 

 

 

The little dog Hachiko fell out of the cage by chance at a train station when he was in the process of being conveyed by a Japanese shaman. And it was at that time that the professor Parker came across Hachiko. Not having found the little dog’ master, Parker determined to bring the dog to his home. However, his wife did not agree to adopt Hachiko until one day, she saw Parker picking up a small ball with his mouth to set an example to Hichiko. Since then, Hachiko became one of the members of Parker’ s.

 

 

As time went by, Hachiko grew up. Whenever the professor went to work, Hachiko would keep him company until Parker went into the train station. Besides, what delighted Parker most was that Hachiko would greet him as soon as he showed up in the train station, which meant Hachiko was always waiting for him to get off work every day. And at that moment, the little dog’ s eyes were shining as if his master Parker were the whole world to him.

 

 

Unfortunately, Professor Parker died of heart attack one day when he was teaching. From then on, Parker had never returned to the station.  Although Parker’ s daughter took away Hachiko living together, Hachiko always escaped back to the original house and directly went to the train station to wait for Parker. So Parker’ s daughter had to tear Hachiko away from there every night... In the next ten years, disappointed over and over again, Hachiko insisted on waiting in the train station. And on seeing some people getting off the train, Hachiko would stare at them with eager eyes hoping that one of them was Parker. However, Parker didn’t come back eventually. Afterwards, Hachiko died in the train station in the 10th Christmas Eve after Parker’s death. There was no doubt that Hachiko was still waiting for his master before he closed his eyes. At that time, he smiled calmly as if he and Parker had come back to ten years ago when Parker was going out of the station yelling to him “ Hi! Boy!”.

 

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Simple but moving, the endless waiting of the loyal dog has really touched my heart. I’m sure that to Parker, Hachiko is more of a friend than a pet. Meanwhile, at the bottom of Parker’ s heart, he must have considered the adorable dog as his relative. In my view, the love between Parker and Hachiko is priceless, which cannot be measured by anything.

 

(Editor: Li Meng Source: English Net)

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