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It is a story about a loyal dog and his owner. This movie is very sad and touching. This is definitely a movie for dog lovers, which I am. Some people called it sappy, but I think it is pretty well made and has good acting. It is short, sweet and sad.
It is based on a true story about a very famous dog that lived in Japan in the 1920s and 30s. He walked his owner to the train station every morning and met him there at the end of every day when he returned home until his owner died one day. Hachiko continued to wait for him everyday for the next nine years, the rest of his life.
I love this movie. This style of movie is my favorite, one that relies entirely on suspense and the building of tension rather than special effects and gore. This movie takes place pretty much entirely in Jeffries(Stewart) apartment yet I found myself on pins and needles. I started watching this on the movie channel one night and after ten minutes I was hooked.
Stewart is a photographer stuck at home recovering from a broken leg and this leaves him with little to do but observe the interesting lives of his neighbor's from his NYC apartment window. It starts out humorous, but not after long he thinks one of his neighbor's has murdered his wife and must find a way to prove it.