American director Paul Sloane, whose Hollywood career had been in abeyance since the early 1940s, devoted nearly two years in bringing the Japanese Itsu Itsu Made Mo to the screen. Released in the U.S. as Forever My Love, the film concentrates on American GI Pat Grant (Chris Drake), whose casual friendship with Japanese woman Kimiko Yamada (Mitsuko Kimura) deepens into love. Kimiko's parents disapprove of this relationship, insisting that the girl marry either the groom of their choice or a wealthy Japanese businessman who has also plighted his troth. When Grant is wounded in Korea, Kimiko is left in the dark, inasmuch as her parents have been hiding Grant's letters to her. At the very last moment, Kimiko learns of Grant's plight and rushes to his side. Their tender reunion is interrupted, to say the least, by a major, plot-resolving earthquake.
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