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Thank-you, Jordan. And a Happy Christams to you and your family.I'm still holding out for Nagarjuna: The Musical. Regards,Harry.
Interestingly enough is that there's a price at the end of this trailer. 1300 yen; that ain't cheap especially with the yen at 90 to the dollar.It'd take me forever to parse through the whole thing to get a reasonable translation, but the words "spring" "flowers" and "moon" are at the beginning, which you might have guessed anyway...
The website of that movie is pretty classy:http://www.zen.sh/Regards,H.
I think the English translation is something like: "Life is suffering and then you die."Nonetheless, Merry Christmas to all!
Harry, thank you for that link!Mumon, Movie theaters in Japan worked differently when I was there. Yeah you payed a grip to get in but you could stay as long as you liked. Well, at least they did not kick this tattooed psyco gaijin out...Barry, My wife said it said just sit down.I'll wait for the transcripts *Smile*Happy holidays all!
Hahhaa! Great! :)Happy Holidays, Jordan!
Yes, this looks good. Hope it's realsed in the States w/ subtitles soon. "desires are inexhaustible . . . "
Uku, Thank you!Glad that you enjoyed it!___________________________________________________Greg,I too, am exhausted by desires!
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