Father and Daughter

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The art, sound, and music is great. The story is a bit so-so, and I feel like the description of the film gives a different impression to what the story really is.

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This is an perfect animate film. It's simple,beauty, yet very deep in emotional display of hope, love and persistence. I like Bik Lam's remark.

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Bik Lam

That was an excellent animated story. So simple, so beautiful, yet so deep in emotional display of longing, hope, persistence and love.

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Saw this movie when it was first released. Just finding it again was total Bliss.

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