Junkers Come Here
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A talking Schnauzer with the ability to grant three wishes befriends a lonely Japanese girl whose workaholic parents are teetering on the brink of divorce in this animated tale of friendship from director Junichi Sato. Hiromi is the only member of the Nozawa family who knows that their new dog Junkers has the unusual ability to speak like humans. Though the lonely eleven-year-old fears that her parents' relationship has passed the point of no return, her furry friend reveals yet another secret that just may brighten the spirit of his depressed young friend. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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"With... its bittersweet, reassuring story, this is a film kids will take to heart..."
‑ MaryAnn Johanson, Flick Filosopher
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