Following the premise of the novel of the same name, Taberu Onna, the film zooms in on the ins and outs and comings and goings of the daily lives of eight women in Japan including a Western... See full summary »
Kazuo is down on his luck. He has had to work two jobs, pay his missing younger brother's debts and contend with a departed wife and child. His luck seems to turn around when he wins the ... See full summary »
The American imperialists are at the door and intruding on Japan. To assess and train his troops the lord of the land announces a marathon through the land crisscrossing shores, forests and... See full summary »
Takatoshi Minamiyama majors in art at an university in Kyoto. On the train to the school, he sees Emi Fukuju and falls in love with her at first sight. Gathering up all his courage, he ... See full summary »
Top star Lilico undergoes multiple cosmetic surgeries to her entire body. As her surgeries show side effect, Lilico makes the lives of those around her miserable as she tries to deal with her career and her personal problems.
Set in Kabukicho, an entertainment and red-light district in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. The main character Tatsuhiko doesn't have money or a job. One day, he meets a scout who recruits girls ... See full summary »
...is not necessary so much time to tell this tale but normally the Japanese films last about two hours.
This is a unique movie in the sense that mix different styles and ideas. Mainly is all done like a Theater montage but in motion
I am in the opinion that there are more than one point of view for what is going on but do not see any resolution at all; actually this is normally with these types of tales. Is not possible to see what happens in the other side of the door.
I think it could be good for a teenager or less aged watchers.
Mineta San is an actor that I really like and follow but in this role is not in his best.
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