Sing My Life

Sing My Life (2016)

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Katsu is a 73-years-old woman who often makes trouble with her biting remarks. While raising a daughter alone, Katsu was unable to live the life she wished for. One day, Katsu goes to a photo studio and takes a picture. She leaves the photo studio, but finds that she is now 20-years-old again. Katsu changes out of her grandmother clothes, picks out a more youthful style and names herself Setsuko Otori. Later, read moreKatsu decides to take part in a singing contest held in a shopping district. Her singing fascinates the audience and she wins the contest. Katsu begins to move closer to her past dream of becoming a singer.

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  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
I'm a big fan of the Korean version "Miss Granny" (2014), so when it was announced that a Japanese version was being made, I was completely extasiatic! I followed the casting news, the release of the first poster, the trailers etc. So today, I FINALLY had the chance to watch the movie for the first time, and I must say it didn't disapoint me.

Tabe did a fantastic job as "Setsuko"/Katsu. Sometimes read more you would cry with her, other times laugh at her and even be angry with her. PLUS: her character had a great sense of fashion, I want to buy all of her clothes, haha.

The musics were amazing, as expected. I liked especially the last one (loved the lyrics). The OST will be a must on my ipod.
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    tattylovestofly Jan 24, 2016

    I'm looking forward to this, and I'm glad they altered the plot line a little because as much as I loved the Chinese version, it did just feel like a carbon copy of the Korean :)

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    Topheira Oct 10, 2015

    I really loved it the korean and chinese version.
    Hopefully, the japanese version won't let me down. *--*

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  • Country:

    Japan
  • Type:

    Movie
  • Release Date:

    Apr 1, 2016

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