The movie tells a story about a dog named Hachiko who was adopted by
Parker Wilson, a university professor. Every morning, he went to station
with professor and waited for him to go home in the evening.
Unfortunately, professor passed away because of illness. While Hachiko
still waited for his master in the station for ten years.
There is a saying, to the world you may be just one person, but to me you are the whole world. Nobody told Hachiko that his master left the world and never came back. Or he did not want to believe the fact. For him, professor just went to work as usual. So he stayed in the station day and day waiting for his master. If not because of death, he will wait in that place forever.
Most touching to me is the end of movie. Hachiko knew death was coming, but he still chose to wait in the station. He was on the ground, tired. Suddenly, it seemed that professor opened the door and said to Hachiko “Hachi, go home”…… His dream eventually came true.
We can not deny that the world of dogs is deferent from us. They are simple, they are easily moved. Things are changing, but dogs will treat their master as their whole world, remember all the habits of them and wait till the end of their life. Hachiko waited all his life because he hoped his master could appear at the station and gave him happiness.
The ending of the movie can not be changed. The impact of the movie is telling us that we should treasure the things and persons we own. On the other hand, animals are our friends. They treat us as their whole world. We should love them. Nowadays, there are some persons who treat animals cruelly and kill them. They should think of their actions after watching the movie.
This is a simple story about a loyal dog. There is no intricate plot, and even it is only a straight still, but it was still moved me deeply with its most simple pieces of normal life which we can easily find around us such as the train station, the restaurant, the food stand and a warm home. Maybe you will only think it is a moving film; maybe you had been impressed by the loyal of the dog; or maybe you will think there is nothing special and it is just a movie. But I view it differently.
Parker was a college professor. He worked at the neighboring town by train. One day, he encountered an stray dog at the station. When seeing its innocent eyes, he felt something sympathetic springing up in his heart. So he took it home. At first, his wife strongly opposed his behivor, But she saw that her husband and daughter loved the dog very much. Finally she decided to accept the dog as a part of the family. They called it " Hachi."
The story is rearranged by a real story. Hatchi is an unusual dog which belongs to akita. The real Hatchi, the dog in this story, was born in Odatr Japan in 1923. As soon as his master Dr. Eisabour Uero, a professor at Tokyo University, died in May 1925. Hatchi returned to the Shibuya train station the next day after professor died and for the next nine years to wait, until Hatchi himself died.
Gradually Hachi grew up from a puppy into a bigger one. Every day , Hachi accompanied Parker to go to the station on time. At 5:00 in the dusk, it punctually appeared at the station exit to wait for Parker. That was the tacit agreement between them! Around the station, the hot-dog vendor and the store proprietress always saw an impressive scene that once Parker came out from the station and called “Hachi”， the dog excitedly rushed forward, scratched his trousers, licked his face and groaned with pleasure. In his free time, Parker wanted to teach Hachi to pick a ball with its mouth, even lying on the ground and picked the ball with his mouth to set an example for Hachi, but gradually he felt it difficult to teach Hachi to do it. But one day, Parker went to the station as usual, suddenly he felt Hachi bitting his trousers. When turning back, he found that Hachi should pick the ball, Parker was very happy. But he still leaved. At that time, Hachi had a premonition that it would never see Parker again.
In the movie Hatchi crossed an ocean and thousands of miles of transportation by train, and then he met Parker in a snowy day. Because it was snowing and the dog, Hatchi, was lost. Parker took Hatchi back to his home, and then kept it. Parker treated it very well and so did Hatchi. When Hatchi had grown up, he fetched parker to work everyday.
In fact, it was the last precious recollections between them. Because on that day, Parker suddenly collapsed in the classroom, he died of the heart disease. He never returned to the station. But Hachi didn’t realize it. Afterward, Hachi still waited for the professor at 5:00 pm every day. The leaves became green and yellow, the snow fell and began to melt. Year after year, ten years slid past unconsciously. Hachi still waited and waited until it died. The moment Hachi died, it seemed to see Parker coming out from the station exit again, and called it “Hachi” gentlely. Hachi wanted to stand by him, but it couldn’t. It groaned weakly as if it wanted to say “I miss you very much!” Finally, they stayed together in the other world.
All these years they played together, bathed together, slept together and Parker gave Hatchi full-body massage everyday. They just look like a couple. Parker looks happy because Hatchi is happy, and Hatchi’s happy due to Parker being happy. But Hatchi never fetched ball for anyone even Parker, so he went to his Japanese friend, Ken, for help. Ken told Parker that the akita will never get the ball unless there are some special reasons. However, Parker didn’t notice what Ken told him. In the morning of last day of Parker’s life, Hatchi felt that something bad would happen to Parker, and it tried his best to stop Parker going to work, and Hatchi fetched ball for Parker to tell him to stop. But it was pity that Parker only paid all his attention to Hatchi’s first fetching and ignored the special reasons of fetching. He said “Come on boy, I have to go to work or I’ll be late. See you at 5. Stay! Go home! Go on.” Finally, the old professor, Parker, hadn’t come back as he said, and he will never come back. He broke the engagement he made with Hatchi. He left everybody on the earth up to heaven. As the old professor’s friends and relatives nobody could accepted the fact that Parker has dead. As the result, professor’s wife, Kate, escaped all the staff which will let she recall the memories about Parker, so she sold the house where they used to live and was away from the small town. Meanwhile she sent Hatchi to her daughter, but Hatchi always ran out of her house, and try its best to back to station, because Hatchi and professor had a deal to meet each other. He’s so firmly persisted on the engagement that Parker’s daughter, Andy, had to gave up and let it go. While, have you ever noticed the detail that how unwilling Hatchi was when it left professor, because Hatchi can’t apart with Andy, too. But he missed Parker too much, he had to Andy and his warm home.
澳门新萄京4473，As I watched the film, my eyes filled with tears.I was moved by the emotion between them, especially the loyalty of Hachi. Hachi devoted the whole life to waiting for Parker. Nowadays, few people can love someone to this extent. Yes, We can’t! What we could learn from Hachi are that what the true love is and how to love. By the way, the film was based on a true story happened in Japan in 1935.
Then Hatchi spent ten years waiting for his master, his only friend coming back. Ten years time, maybe it is just one-tenth of a human life, but for a dog that means its whole life. During those years Hatchi hadn’t exact place to live, just come and go to the train station everyday at the same place and time.
Have you even considered why Hatchi spent all his life just for waiting? After a long time consideration, I find the answer in the end. The only reason is that Hatchi have nothing but his master. The happiest time of Hatchi is the time with Parker; the most enjoyable time of Hatchi is the time fetching Parker to work.
www.4473.com，Just one year after Parker’s death, Ken came to the station and had a look at Hatchi. He felt as sorrow as Hatchi. He tried his best to persuade Hatchi to leave because Parker’s never coming back. But he didn’t succeed, and said “If Hatchiko wants to wait, then Hatchiko should wait. You want to wait for him, didn’t you? Then, you most have a long life.”
Then ten years past, Hatchi became a dirty and rather old guy. Over these years, everything had changed but Hatchi’s endless waiting and loyalty had never changed. One day Parker’s wife backed to the small town and saw Hatchi was still stand there waiting. She cried and said “You, old thing, you are still waiting, let me wait for the next train together with you please.” Hearing these tough words and seeing the loyal dog I cried sadly.
This is Hatchi’s whole life. He almost spent all his life only doing one thing—waiting for its only friend Parker, waiting to complete the uncompleted engagement.
Hatchi’s story showed how great the power of loyalty and love is with all his life. He tell us what the real loyalty and true love is. Because of the real loyalty and true love Hatchi spent all his life waiting; because of the real loyalty and true love Hatchi sacrisficed all his youth just for waiting; because of the real loyalty and true love Hatchi abandon the warm house of Parker’s daughter. I think that is the real loyalty, the ture love. However, in our human life, how many of us can be as loyalty as an animal; how many person can be loyal to another one for even ten years? I think nobody can.
In the end of the film Parker’s grandson asked Kate “Where did grandpa found Hatchi?” She answered “I suppose that Hatchi happened to found your grandpa.” I believe that as soon as Parker and Hatchi happened to meet, Hatchi had already found its own destination, and then the loyalty and love was built.
Loyalty isn’t mean to be that I love you and it won’t change in the next ten thousand years; loyalty isn’t mean to be that I will wait for you for the rest of my life; loyalty isn’t mean to be that I love you beyond myself. However, loyalty is a sense of responsibility; loyalty is a sense of selfness, loyalty is a sense of concern.
The word “loyalty” is consisting of 7 letters, and I think each letter stand for different meanings:
L —— Life
O —— Obligation
Y —— Yes
A —— Attention
L —— Love
T —— Total
Y —— You
Actually, to be loyal to someone is easy is easy to say, but hard to do. To be loyal, you should never forget anyone that you loved.