(7/5) Fiest, I said," Thank you, Kaneko, for your nice sweet corns. they are delicious, white color, soft, jucy and sweet. I have found " Mirai " that is a kind of corn, we can eat raw, ih the newspaper article. It don't say anything about the color and tooth touch of that corn, except sweet and delicious. But I'm sure your corn is that corn without any evidence. Thank you."
By the way, last month, in June, I don't know why, I have seen three movies.
The first is, "Manchester by the sea," (America), at United inema, Toyohashi.
The second is, " The streetcar named Desire," at One Coin Theater of the pensioner union.
And the last one is, " Mother--the mother story of Kobayashi Takiji," at Toyohashi Culyural Hall, Mukaiyama.
I prefer play rather than movie. So I have joined the Toyohashi play watching Association when it has started. But in june, I have watched three movies going with my wife. My wife loved movies.
" Manchester by the sea" is the story of a man, who was left his wife and living with his nephew at a darkport town, "Manchester by the sea" in Boston. It got the Academy Awards. But I couldn't understand what it has excellent points.
"The streetcar named Desir" is the story of the daughters of a family now hallen on evil days. I have watched that story as the play. But I couldn't remember that. I have remembered it rather than the play of " Cherry blossom Garden." My impression of that movie is only the beauty of Vivian Rie who is lossing her conscious sense.
"Mother---" was the movie, we should watch when the low of crime of consoiracy, 共謀罪, was been enacting. The original work is Miura Ayako, 三浦綾子,and Terashima Shinobu,寺島志乃ぶ, is playing the leading role of the film. It was a story that under the Maintenance of the Public order act, 治安維持法, how the mother of Takiji was growing him and lost. It was the most impression for me that she said she didn't know writingthe novels was such a terrific thing and her son, Takiji should be killed to write his novels.
" If it's worth doing, it's going to take steady effot." from Keinan Iwamura.