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Cold Fish (2010)

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0.5 out of 10 Horrid!!
Linda from Kerry, 14 Feb 2012
Would venture to say its the worst film I've ever watched!!! So depressing, violent and horrible abusive scenes. I've been a fan of Japanese cinema for many years, but this belongs on the trash heap!! Stay away from this by all means.
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What's it about....
Shamoto runs a small tropical fish shop. His second wife, Taeko, does not get along with his daughter, Mitsuko, and this worries him. One day Mitsuko is caught shoplifting at a grocery store. There they meet a friendly man named Murata, who helps to settle things between Mitsuko and the store manager. Since Murata also runs a tropical fish shop, Shamoto establishes a bond with him and they become friends; Mitsuko even begins working for Murata and living at his house.

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