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  • Before the Vigil つやのよる

    Starring
    Hiroshi Abe (阿部寛)
    Kyoko Koizumi (小泉今日子)
    Maho Nonami (野波麻帆)
    Jun Fubuki (風吹ジュン)
    Yoko Maki (真木よう子)
    Shioli Kutsuna (忽那汐里)
    Shinobu Otake (大竹しのぶ)
    Director
    Isao Yukisada (行定勲)
    Japan release
    January 26, 2013

    After running away to live on the island of Oshima, Matsuo continues to be at the mercy of his wanton wife Tsuya. Even after being betrayed repeatedly, Matsuo's love for Tsuya remains strong. However, when Tsuya is stricken with cancer and falls into a coma Matsuo decides to inform all the men that were in her life of her impending death...

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  • SCATTERED REFLECTION 乱反射

    Starring
    Mirei Kiritani (桐谷美玲)
    Takahiro Miura (三浦貴大)
    Reiko Takashima (高島礼子)
    Director
    Masaaki Taniguchi (谷口正晃)
    Japan release
    August 6, 2011

    The director Masaaki Taniguchi and the crew of “TIME TRAVELLER” reunite around their love of a screenplay. The story is about the first love of a high-school girl who is the youngest award winner ever for poetry.

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  • SNOWFLAKE スノーフレーク

    Starring
    Mirai Kiritani (桐谷美玲)
    Haru Aoyama (青山ハル)
    Shunya Shiraishi (白石隼也)
    Kanji Ishimaru (石丸幹二)
    Director
    Masaaki Taniguchi (谷口正晃)
    Japan release
    August 6, 2011

    A college girl, Mano carries with her the memory and emotionally unresolved tragedy of losing her childhood friend, with whom she had made an unfulfilled promise.

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  • Sakurada Gate Incident 桜田門外ノ変

    Starring
    Takao Osawa (大沢たかお)
    Kyoko Hasegawa (長谷川京子)
    Kinya Kitaoji (北大路欣也)
    Director
    Junya Sato (佐藤純彌)
    Japan release
    October 16, 2010

    Sakurada Gate Incident brings historical dramatic detail to the silver screen on an epic scale as it traces in details the events, the emotions and the ambitions leading up to and following the assassination of Tokugawa shogunate chief minister on March 24, 1860 by a group of 17 samurais.

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