[HanCinema's Film Review] "Haru" 2014/09/05,
At its core "HARU" is a very simple story. Man meets girl with daddy issues...actually, just finish the rest of that sentence yourself. At every level this is an inherently creepy film. Haru (played by Ayaka Tomoda) has a child-like temperament. It's not an affectation or anything, it's more like Haru's a child desperately lacking in approval and comfort even though as far as we can tell she's not even a bad person. She wants approval, most immediately in the form of people convincing her not to kill herself,...More
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