This is a story between a dog and his host. The dog called Hachi moved me to tears. This film changed my mind to dog from fear to love and appreciate.
This film tell the story in a simple, without big billows, but it touch people heat and soul. The college professor Parker Wilson find a lost puppy at a train station and take it home, which take much annoyance to his wife Cate. However, parker and the dog develop such a remarkable bond that Cate is forced to relent and Hachi becomes a devoted member of the family.
After several months, Parker and Hachi get along very well, they become partners. Every morning, Hachi accompanies Parker to the train station and waits patiently for his return, becoming a regular fixture of Hachi’s life.
However, Every day is not Sunday. One day, Hachi become abnormal, he barked fiercely and didn’t want to see his host off. At last, Hachi come to the station to see Parker off with a ball between Hachi’s tips, which cost Parker mach time to train him but was failed. Parker was so excited to see this, but this is his last to see Hachi. He was dead because heart disease.
However, Hachi persist in waiting for his host, day after day and year by year. Hachi came to the station to wait his host in the day time and sleep under a discarded train at night. The dog’s discarded moved the people in the train and the people all over the world.
This story present a animal’s morality that human beings are ill needed. The dog give us a vividly lesson that we all have to loyal to our boss, loyal to our wife or husband, loyal to our family, loyal to our country.