It's Not That I Can't Marry, But I Don't Want To - Netflix
Miyabi is a single female doctor, who runs an aesthetic dermatology clinic in Aoyama. She is going to be forty years old soon but hasn't had a relationship for 5 years. At a school reunion, even though Miyabi gathers much attention at first as she is a "winner" with good looks, a good career and a high income, people's attitudes quickly change and they begin pitying her when they hear that Miyabi is still single. Meanwhile, she has a shocking encounter with a chef, Tokura at his Japanese restaurant when she pays a visit there with some female friends. Seeing Miyabi and her friends neglecting his culinary art, offended Tokura breaks her pride by pointing out why she cannot get married. While Miyabi gets upset at first, she somehow decides to take Tokura's strict lessons on love when she takes Sakurai - the man she had a crush on in the high school - to his restaurant.
Runtime: 60 minutes
It's Not That I Can't Marry, But I Don't Want To - I Want to Live! - Netflix
I Want to Live! is a 1958 film noir written by Nelson Gidding and Don Mankiewicz, produced by Walter Wanger, and directed by Robert Wise, which tells the story of a woman, Barbara Graham, an habitual criminal convicted of murder and facing execution. It stars Susan Hayward as Graham, and also features Simon Oakland, Stafford Repp, and Theodore Bikel. The movie was adapted from letters written by Graham and newspaper articles written by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ed Montgomery. It presents a somewhat fictionalized version of the case showing a possibility of innocence concerning Graham. Today, the charge would be known as felony murder. The film earned six Oscar nominations, with Hayward winning a Best Actress Oscar at the 31st Academy Awards.
It's Not That I Can't Marry, But I Don't Want To - Box office - Netflix
The film earned a net profit of $2,455,570.
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