Kyôko Enami

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    Rinco's Restaurant (2010)

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    Rinco’s Restaurant (2010)

    After a bad breakup, a young woman returns to her hometown and opens a menuless restaurant. A young woman (Kou Shibasaki) in her mid 20’s becomes so heart broken she loses her voice. To recover, the woman decides to go back to her hometown and stay with her free-spirited mother whom she has not been very close to in the past. The young woman then decides to open a restaurant which accepts only one customer a day, allowing for thoughtful preparation for that customer.

    $15.00
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    Orpheus' Lyre (2013)

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    Orpheus’ Lyre (2013)

    Although the situation is universal, Japanese mourning rituals are given solid coverage. The 49th day after death is considered crucial, as the date at which the soul passes from this world to the next and, therefore, the date from when the living are expected to get on with life. But Yoko doesn’t move on. The ache of the loss that simply won’t heal takes an awful toll on her husband and friends, who try doggedly and unsuccessfully to help her move on, and to guide her away from the misguided and damaging belief that daughter Kanako’s spirit has entered another living child (by sharptongue, IMDB.com)

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    A Drop of the Grapevine (2014)

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    A Drop of the Grapevine (2014)

    After a symphonic music career in Europe cut short by hearing loss, Ao (Oizumi Yo) returns home to run his family’s farm in Hokkaido alongside younger brother Roku (Sometani Shota). Roku carries on the family legacy of wheat farming, but Ao becomes obsessed with starting a winery specializing in Pinot Noir. The brothers’ troubled relationship is upset further when one day mysterious yet charming Erika (Ando Yuko) pitches camp in a neighboring field. A Drop of the Grapevine is the second of director Mishima Yukiko’s Hokkaido Trilogy, an intended triptych that features the natural bounty and scenic landscapes of Japan’s northern island.

    $15.00
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    Curse, Death & Spirit (1992)

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    Curse, Death & Spirit (1992)

    This is a series of three short supernatural-themed movies. The first tells the story of a teen girl who dreams of haunted doll. In the second movie, a widowed mother brings her children to a house in the woods to help them forget the death of their father. While in the woods one of the children meets a ghost that wants more than just to be friends. The last movie tells the story of three teen-aged girls who go on vacation, only to find themselves at a haunted inn.

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    My Well-Organized Home

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    My Well-Organized Home

    Mai Yururi decides to get rid of her old books, memorabilia, furniture and clothes. Everything around her room, except the basic necessities. Her friend visits her place and is shocked that her place is empty. Mai realizes how good it feels to get rid of clutter.

    $24.00
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