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Both feature a romantic relationship between an artificial intelligence and a human. Customised companion does include infidelity though.
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Both japanese films tackle the topic of mental illness and depict characters struggling with their life and mental health. They can get quite ugly and serious.
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The main character in both has serious mental issues caused by several different factors. Because of her mental illness and seeking out/being forced into treatment, they meet other women and form bonds. Both movies also tackle s**cdal thoughts and eating disorders.
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Both are japanese movies about a female writer with mental health issues/illnesses like depression. She has romantic relationships with quirky guys also. Both films have funny but also serious moments, although body drop asphalt takes itself a lot less serious.
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Both movies take place in a mental institution and combine both funny/humorous with trahic/serious elements. In both theres characters dealing with different mental health issues, among those for example eating disorders.
Recommended by Sleepy Strawberry - 2 days ago
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Both movies deal around siblings that are being abandoned by their parents and having to survive on their own. The Dry Spell has however a happy ending, whereas Nobody Knows is more sad.
Recommended by Lou - 3 days ago
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Kuen, a rookie cop who flunked every single important test as a cadet. However, Hong Kong needs cops, so she graduates anyway. Sentenced to the Lost Property Department, Kuen can only gossip with her co-workers and lust after hunk cop Hung.

However, Kuen gets her chance pretty quickly. The Serious Crime Unit picks her for minor undercover work because she has no family, boyfriend or dog and wouldn't be missed if the target decides to off her. She's assigned to bug suspected triad guy Hoi, but thanks to nutty situation comedy circumstances she ends up catching his eye. Hoi decides to pursue Kuen, and the Serious Crime Unit couldn't be happier. Led by Officer Chung and the previously-mentioned hunk Hung, the cops go about setting up an elaborate cover for Kuen. They plan to keep her close to Hoi in hopes of discovering his evil plans.
Recommended by 4chukyunz1302 - 3 days ago
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Riding high on the success of her last case, police officer Fong has been assigned to another very important mission: to protect Princess Tasah, a princess-consort from the Republic of Puerto Risi. Fong's plans include taking the princess-consort on a visit around Hong Kong that the latter will never forget. Unfortunately, her intentions are foiled when a big crisis heads her way.
Recommended by 4chukyunz1302 - 3 days ago
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Riding high on the success of her last case, police officer Fong has been assigned to another very important mission: to protect Princess Tasah, a princess-consort from the Republic of Puerto Risi. Fong's plans include taking the princess-consort on a visit around Hong Kong that the latter will never forget. Unfortunately, her intentions are foiled when a big crisis heads her way.
Recommended by 4chukyunz1302 - 3 days ago
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The school is based on a Isolated island. No one can enter and go outside. Strict and crazy rules.
A Girl disguised herself and comes to find her brother. Lost Brother and sister.
Suspicious buttler.
Recommended by ManiChan - 3 days ago
Both movies calmed me down. If you like high school romances, I recommend them.
The acting and images were nice, I'm sure you'll like the music too, enjoy watching.
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In his Chinese film, "Scent," Park Shi Hoo plays Kang In Joon, a Korean interior designer...who finds love when he meets an innocent Chinese girl...it's directed by Jessy Tseng who directed award-winning art house film Big Blue Lake.
Recommended by 4chukyunz1302 - 4 days ago
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Romance
Comedy
Melodrama
Drama
Slice of life
Supernatural elements
Heartwarming yearling
Emotional
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Horror

Thrillers
Physiological mind games
Twisted family dynamics
Deliciously evil and ridiculously witty
Recommended by Natalie Rodriguez - 4 days ago
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Both of these female-centered mellow-toned movies have a focus on farm-to-table production and living.
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