Summer 1995. With the arrival of the "Age of Cats" (猫の時代), the former Kerberos police unit is now disbanded. However one member remains, a stray dog who returns to his old roost after a three-years exile. This wild dog no longer has a master, but now the "Young Lady of Fate" (運命の少女) will guide him on his journey... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Tuukka P (kr) wrote: Small indie drama about an older married couple trying to cope with a loss of their teenage daughter by helping a young prostitute in New Orleans. Ridleys son Jake Scott clearly has the hang on the family business plus with Gandolfini and Leo doing excellent work in the leads this is solid drama with only Stewart having some trouble trying to match the level set by the much more experienced counterparts.
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