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Hachi: A Dog's Tale - Wikipedia Hachi: A Dog's Tale is a 2009 British-American drama film. Based on the true story of a faithful Akita Inu, the titular Hachikō, it is directed by Lasse Hallström ...

Hachi: A Dog's Tale - Wikipedia Hachi A Dogs Tale is a 2009 BritishAmerican drama film Dog S Tale Based on the true story of a faithful Akita Inu the titular Hachikō it is directed by Lasse Hallström is written by Stephen P Lindsey and Kaneto Shindo and stars Richard Gere Joan Allen and Sarah Roemer The subject is a remake of the 1987 Japanese film Hachikō Monogatari ハチ公物語 literally The Tale of Hachiko Hachi A Dogs Tale premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival on June 13 2009 and its first theatrical release was in Japan on August 8 Sony Pictures Entertainment decided to forgo a U S theatrical release The film was given a UK theatrical release on March 12 2010 courtesy of Entertainment Film Distributors and opened in over 25 countries throughout 2009 and 2010 The films foreign box office returns total 46 7 million as of January 2011 1 Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Reception 5 Additional information 6 Score 6 1 Track list 7 References 8 External links Hachi is a story of love and devotion between a dog and a man The story is told by Ronnie the grandson of the man He has to give a presentation about a personal hero Ronnies subject is his grandfathers dog Hachikō Despite his classmates laughing he tells how his grandfather Professor Parker Wilson finds a lost puppy sent from Japan at the train station and ends up taking it home with the intention of returning the animal to its owner He names the Akita puppy Hachikō after Ken a Japanese professor translates a symbol on his collar as HachiJapanese for the number 8signifying good fortune Even though they didnt find his owner and his wife Cate doesnt think they should keep him they do Over the next year or so Parker and Hachi become very close Parker tries but Hachi refuses to do doglike activities like chase and fetch One morning Parker leaves for work and Hachi follows him to the train station and refuses to leave until Parker walks him home Later that afternoon Hachi walks to the station to wait patiently for Parker to return Parker is surprised to find Hachi waiting for him but it becomes a daily routine One day Hachi waits patiently as the train arrives but there is no sign of Parker He waits lying in the snow for hours until Parkers soninlaw Michael comes to get him Although everyone tries to tell Hachi that Parker has died of a cerebral hemorrhage during a lecture in class Hachi doesnt understand Hachi continues to return to the station and wait every day As time passes Cate sells the house and Hachi is sent to live with her daughter Andy Michael and their baby Ronnie However Hachi escapes and finds his way back to the station where he sits at his usual spot Andy arrives and takes him home but after seeing how depressed the dog is she lets him out to return to the station Hachi waits every day at the train station and sleeps in the rail yard at night He is fed daily by the train station workers that knew the professor After seeing a newspaper article about Hachi Ken visits Hachi Cate comes back to visit Parkers grave on the tenth anniversary of his death and meets Ken She is stunned to see a now elderly Hachi still waiting Overcome with grief Cate sits and waits for the next train with him At home Cate tells the now tenyearold Ronnie about Hachi Meanwhile the dog continues waiting until his body can wait no longer and is last seen lying in the snow alone and still although he is comforted by a final vision of Parker finally appearing and picking him up to go presumably to the afterlife Ronnie concludes on why Hachi will forever be his hero and his story has clearly moved the class with some students holding back tears including those who had laughed at the beginning After school Ronnie coming off the school bus is met by his dad and his own puppy also named Hachi Ronnie and Hachi walk down the same tracks where Parker and Hachi had spent so much time together Leyla Chico and Forrest Hachi Richard Gere Professor Parker Wilson Cates husband Andys father Michaels fatherinlaw and Ronnies maternal grandfather Joan Allen Cate Wilson Parkers wife Andys mother Michaels motherinlaw and Ronnies maternal grandmother Sarah Roemer Andy Wilson Parker and Cates daughter Michaels wife and Ronnies mother Robbie Collier Sublett Michael Parker and Cates soninlaw Andys husband and Ronnies father CaryHiroyuki Tagawa Ken Fujiyoshi professor of Japanese and Parkers friend Jason Alexander Carl Boilins the train station master Erick Avari Jasjeet an Indian hot dog cart vendor Davenia McFadden MaryAnn the butcher shop owner Kevin DeCoste Ronnie Michael and Andys son and Parker and Cates grandson Tora Hallström Heather Ronnies classmate Productionedit The movie was based on the real Hachiko who was born in Ōdate in 1923 After the death of his owner Hidesaburō Ueno in 1925 Hachiko returned to the Shibuya train station the next day and every day after that for the next nine years until he died in March 1935 A bronze statue of Hachiko is in front of the Shibuya train station in his honor The majority of filming took place in Bristol Rhode Island and Woonsocket Rhode Island Dog S Tale 2 The only spoken reference to the actual location where filming took place is when the newspaper reporter Teddy states he works for the Woonsocket Call Woonsockets daily newspaper Additional locations included the University of Rhode Island in Kingston Rhode Island along the Providence and Worcester Railroad Mechanical and the Columbus Theater located in Providence Rhode Island A second production unit filmed scenes onlocation in Japan Footage was shot at the now closed Reynolds Elementary School in Bristol Receptionedit The film received mostly positive reviews from critics Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 62 of critics gave the film positive reviews with an average rating of 5 810 3 Additional informationedit On May 19 2012 a bronze statue of Hachiko the dog was placed at the train depot at Woonsocket Depot Square Woonsocket Rhode Island where Hachi was filmed The train depot at One Depot Square has been named Hachiko Place The Rhode Island statues dedication ceremony was part of the Cherry Blossom Festival held in three Rhode Island towns Pawtucket Central Falls and Woonsocket Dignitaries including the Mayor of Woonsocket and the Consul General of Japan attended the ceremony Two cherry blossom trees were planted by the statue A visitor from New Jerseys Akitamix also named Hachi was invited to participate at the ribboncutting ceremony as a reallife standin for Hachiko Animal trainer Mark Harde and his team trained the three Akitas Leyla Chico and Forrest who played the role of Hachi in the movie 4 Harden adopted Chico after the movie was completed The Blackstone Valley Heritage Corridor and the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council have created a handout with useful info for people who want to take a tour of the movie locations for Hachi 5 According to the movies closing cards the real Hachiko died in March 1934 while the earlier movie Hachikō Monogatari and other sources state that he died in March 1935 9 years and 9 months after Professor Uenos death The film score of Hachi was composed by Jan A P Kaczmarek Track listedit Japan 0326 New Home 0147 The Foot 0240 Dance Rehearsal 0215 Storm and the Rescue 0136 The Second Dance 0051 Under the Fence 0151 Treats from Cate 0152 Parkers Dance Played on Piano 0342 Parker and Hachi Walk to the Station 0204 Baby 0123 Marriage Bath 0327 Fetch 0212 To Train Together 0325 Packing Boxes 0215 Parker and Hachi 0328 Hachiko Runs Away 0427 Memory of the Storm 0136 Hachi Waiting for Parker Again 0251 Hachis Last Trip to the Station 0206 Goodbye 0210 Hachi Parker Cate and Memories 0358 Hachis Voice Version 1 Bonus track 0014 Hachis Voice Version 2 Bonus track 0010 Hachis Voice Version 3 Bonus track 0011 Hachis Voice Version 4 Bonus track 0009 Referencesedit Hachiko A Dogs Story 2009 Boxofficemojo com Retrieved on August 7 2010 Wong Vicki Shigekuni March 30 2014 See Actual Hachi Film Locations on Google Maps Behind the Film Hachi A Dogs Tale VickiWongandHachi com Retrieved February 3 2017   Hachi A Dogs Tale Retrieved January 12 2016   Ganzert Robin Anderson Allen Anderson Linda 2014 Chapter 6 Mark Harden Los Angeles County California Animal Stars Behind the Scenes with Your Favorite Animal Actors New World Library ISBN 9781608682645 Retrieved February 3 2017   Welcome to Woonsocket and the home of the Hachiko monument PDF hachikousa com Blackstone Heritage Corridor Inc Retrieved February 3 2017   External linksedit Hachi A Dogs Tale on IMDb Hachi A Dogs Tale at AllMovie Hachi A Dogs Tale at Rotten Tomatoes