Jan a.p. kaczmarek - unfaithful

Hachi's soundtrack made it's debut on the Japanese music market in August. The film has already premiered in Japan, and will make it's US appearance in December. The score was recorded with the collaboration of the Polish Radio Orchestra, conductor Lukasz Borowicz, pianist Leszek Mozdzer, and also violoncellist Marek Szpakiewicz.

Patrick soon starts to realize something is odd about Holly. As he spends more and more time with her, things heat up and he falls for her. He then finds out that Holly's brother, Fred, is in a psychiatric hospital after killing his own father. When Patrick finds out that Holly's mother was murdered and she is the prime suspect, he starts doubting her sanity. But by that time he is too attached to her and does not want her going to jail. So when her brother Fred is attacked and she once more is a suspect he decides he is going to get to the bottom of it, no matter what.

This film was inspired by Gross's relationship with his maternal grandfather, Michael Joseph Dunne, who served in the 56th , 5th , 14th and 23rd Reserve Battalions , CEF , [3] in the First World War . Like many veterans, he was reticent about sharing his experiences with his family. In a rare conversation on a fishing trip, [4] Dunne told the story of bayonetting a young German soldier, who had eyes like water, through the head and killing him during a battle. A long time later, as Dunne lay in a hospital bed in the last days of his life, his family was mystified by Dunne's behaviour of asking for forgiveness, over and over. Only Gross knew that he was speaking to the young German he had killed. [5]

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