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Time flies - TRAD101 Mitsunobu Matsuzaki Dances with wolves...

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TRAD101 Mitsunobu Matsuzaki Dances with wolves Time flies. This phrase just fits in the movie. It took about three hours to watch this movie; however, I did not feel it to be a long movie. As it was the first time that I watched a kind of Indian movie, I was moved. There are many reasons I would like to applaud this movie, but given the choice, there are three reasons: the frontier is beautiful, the relationship between Lieutenant John J. Dunbar, who is a white person, the Indians, and animals, and the Indians harmonize with nature. The frontier was marvelous. After Dunbar was injured in the Civil War, he decided to go to a fort in the frontier and offered himself. While he is arriving at the fort, there are large areas of flat unforested grassland stretching as far as we can see, and there is an unbounded horizon. I was attracted to this breathtaking scene. I have heard Americans longing for the frontier, and I can understand it. The relationship between a white person, the Indians, and animals was wonderful. When he
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