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Rie Miyazawa finds 'Oceans' a moving experience

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Actress Rie Miyazawa, 36, who provides the Japanese voice narration for the French documentary "Oceans," says she found it a moving experience. When she was dubbing a scene of a mother walrus holding her baby, Miyazawa said she felt very emotional. "Probably it was because I've also got my own little one to raise," she said, referring to her first daughter born in May.

When asked about ex-beau Ebizo Ichikawa's recent engagement to Mao Kobayashi, she congratulated the couple and said they looked really happy.

"Oceans" opens in Japan on Jan 22.

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Good for Rie! She was big in the late 80's then her engagement to a sumo wrestler turned things upside down. I'm so glad she's moved on. She still looks underweight. Envious of women who lose pregnancy weight so quickly.

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I wish her every happiness. A fine actress and seems to be a really nice person. Too bad she had to go the single mom route, but at least she has the resources to go alone in good style.

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Rie looks like she's going to pop out another one any minute.

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...her engagement to a sumo wrestler...

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a scene of a mother walrus holding her baby, .. very emotional.

it all makes sense now. I wonder if she knows that 10 percent of male walruses are responsible for 90 percent of the kids?

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Rie looks like she's going to pop out another one any minute.

Sarge, why all your comments are so ungentlemanlike? This is a woman who provides her voice, not her body and she can look as she likes.

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Pretty Vacant.

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Love - OK, how's this -

Rie looks ravishing in that maternity outfit.

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Most oceans are moving~~~

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Ok Rie...now see the documentary 'Cove'!

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Rie is an absolutely beautiful and elegant woman. I'm so happy for her that her career has continued.

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