Warm one's heart
While it can remind one of the "Little Forest" films thanks to the vibes, themes, and atmosphere throughout these two hours of what appears to be such a national and certainly underated treasure moving forward; "Haruka's Pottery" is still there as a film that can undoubtedly warm one's heart going through it.
Hugo Nugraha
Very pleasant and comfy
I liked how tactile all the pottery and kiln scenes were, almost to the point where I wish the whole film were like that and took out some of the melodrama elements since the timeskips seemed to miss any of the actual development anyway, but it's not really a problem as all the characters are likeable enough to make it watchable.
Calming film.
Very down to earth and puts down some very likeable characters. At times funny, at times sad. Perfect for a cozy sunday.
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