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My Neighbors the Yamadas (1999)

Life, as they say, has its ups and downs. At times, the waves may taunt you, tossing you in their swells. But take heart. It’s hard to stick with it and make it on your own. But even a couple of losers can survive most things if they’re together."

MY NEIGHBORS THE YAMADAS (1999)

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