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Loyalty beyond comprehension




It was just a common day where I go to my preferred computer shop to surf the internet. Of course, who else in the information superhighway would forget to pay a visit at their Facebook accounts? I dropped by, checked my status, commented on someone's wall post, and laughed at the tagged pictures by my friends. I didn't know that one of my friends then was online and he started to have his presence felt by me by sending a message via FB chat. As a friend whom I've missed for quite some time, I entertained him with eagerness and got a long with any thing to talk about. Our chit-chat jumped from one topic to another until the crazy roller coaster suddenly went to a halt and we talked about the DVDs that he recently purchased. Among those that he'd bought there was this one that he talked about the most; though not compromising the entirety of the story. He was referring to a movie called "Hachiko".

I thought at first that it was some sort of a Memoirs of a Geisha movie but the fact is it was an Americanized pet movie based on a Japanese story between a dog and his deceased master. Intrigued, I asked him if this is as tear jerking as Marley and me. He just put so many hahahahahas on the chat box and he warned me to prepare a towel as Marley and Me is nothing compared to Hachiko when it comes to tear jerking.

I went to Youtube and watched some clips. All comments were the same; touching, heartwarming, will surely make you cry. Anxious, I hurriedly visited the Quiapo Market to purchase one copy. I watched it that night. At first, I got bored because the subtitles are inaccurate. There was nothing to cry about, I thought. However, upon the final episodes I noticed myself not just crying but I was bursting into tears! The funny thing is that every time I press the rewind button for the heart breaking scenes, I cry again. I finished the movie and I was still crying!

Hachiko by the way is a true story where an Akita Inu breed named Hachiko waited for 9 years at the train station for his deceased master. His master is a Japanese professor in agriculture whom Hachiko escorts at the train station, waits for him, and escorts him home.

Never had I witnessed or known in my entire life such kind of loyalty especially for someone who does not own a pet like me. Another funny thing though, I kept telling my friends who've watched the movie as well is that I'd rather wait for my Akita Inu to die first as I don't want to have him wait for me if I'm already dead. This is a very wonderful movie, recommended to all.

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