Product Tag - Fumi Nikaido

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    Toad's Oil (2009)

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    Toad’s Oil (2009)

    The Yazawa family consists of the father Takuro (Koji Yakusho) – who is always busy day trading, charming wife Erumi (Satomi Kobayashi), and teenage son Tetsuya (Eita) – who dreams of becoming an astronaut. The family is also joined by Saburo Akiba (Junichi Sawayashiki), a good-natured teen recently released from a juvenile corrections facility. Then one day Tetsuya falls into a coma from a car accident. A chain of events is set to occur set-off by the father taking a phone call from an unsuspecting girl named Hikari. The father pretends to be his son Tokuya…

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    Himizu (2011)

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    Himizu (2011)

    Two teenagers and a group of people made homeless by a tsunami try and make their way in a devastated Japan

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    The Brain Man (2013)

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    The Brain Man (2013)

    A seemingly random series of bombings in a provincial city. The latest target is a public bus route. Detective Chaya chased terrorists and arrested a mysterious man with keen intelligence and physical power. The psychologist in charge of evaluating him is dr. Mariko. After the psychiatric examination, she puts toward a hypothesis – “Is it possible he was born without emotions?”

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    Why Don't You Play in Hell? (2013)

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    Why Don’t You Play in Hell? (2013)

    In Japan, gonzo filmmakers hatch a three-pronged plan to save an actress’s career, end a yakuza war and make a hit movie.

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    Au revoir l'été (2013)

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    Au revoir l’été (2013)

    3 years on from hospitalité, Kiki Sugino and Koji Fukada are back again with this socially-conscious film about a 18-year-old girl in-between adolescence and adulthood who spends a summer in a valley and enjoys romance. Sakuko, a 18-year-old girl studying for her university entrance exams, decides to accompany her aunt Mikie on a trip to a seaside town. There she befriends Takashi, a refugee from Fukushima who has dropped out of high school and works at a motel run by Ukichi, a friend of Mikie. In-between childhood and adulthood, Sakuko starts to understand the difficulties of becoming an adult.

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    Mourning Recipe (2013)

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    Mourning Recipe (2013)

    A widower and his daughter deal with the death of the man’s wife.

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    Hibi Rock (2014)

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    Hibi Rock (2014)

    In the film’s story, good-for-nothing rocker Takurō Hibinuma (played by Shuhei Nomura) has no money, bath, or girlfriend. He forms The Rock ‘n’ Roll Brothers band with his friends. One night as they are performing live, a woman like a typhoon appears. Her name is Saki Utagawa (Fumi Nikaidō). She is a charismatic and popular digital top idol who performs with a unique style. Takurō has as much freedom as anyone but isn’t popular, while Saki performs as a top idol but suffers because she can’t do the music she wants. They each possess what the other lacks. One day, Saki gives Takurō a request. She says, “Please, write me a song. There’s no more time for me.” And so, the fates of the “strongest rock idiot in history” and the “savage idol” become one.

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    La La La at Rock Bottom (2015)

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    La La La at Rock Bottom (2015)

    Shigeo is released from prison and immediately beaten up by some old associates, which results in him losing his memory. Kasumi, who just by chance happens to be the manager of a band, takes him in and discovers his talent for singing.

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    A Farewell to Jinu (2015)

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    A Farewell to Jinu (2015)

    Takeharu Takami (Ryuhei Matsuda) is a bank teller, but he becomes allergic to money. He decides not to use money at all. Takeharu decides to move to a small village in the Tohoku region. There, he encounters residents who are not so easy.

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    This Country’s Sky (2015)

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    This Country’s Sky (2015)

    Set in Tokyo, Japan near the end of World War II. 19-year-old Satoko (Fumi Nikaido) lives with her mother (Youki Kudoh) and her aunt. The war is turning more grave. Even though Satoko is near the age to get married, she can’t even think of marriage due to the unstable situation. Satoko then begins to communicate with her neighbor, Ichikawa (Hiroki Hasegawa). He has avoided military service due to failing his physical test. As Satoko communicates with Ichikawa, she begins to awake as a woman.

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    Bitter Honey (2016)

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    Bitter Honey (2016)

    Akago (Fumi Nikaido) is a red goldfish able to change into a girl. She possesses a pure and sensuous side. She lives with an old male writer (Ren Osugi) whom she calls “Ojisama.” One day, the ghost of Yuriko Tamura (Yoko Maki) appears. She is a woman the writer knew in the past.

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    The Sion Sono (2016)

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    The Sion Sono (2016)

    The ever-evolving Sion Sono, who burst onto the Japanese film scene with “I Am Sion Sono!!” in 1984, has made a name for himself in world cinema as a numerous award-winner, festival favorite and provocateur. Directed by Arata Oshima, son of rebel filmmaker Nagisa Oshima, who had praised Sono’s early work before his passing, this documentary gives insight into the man, the poet, the painter, the scriptwriter, the husband and the boy who will eventually grow up to be the Sion Sono. Lineage, history and the past meeting the present are themes in this film in which Oshima connects the dots in Sono’s creative life by taking the camera to the site of his upbringing and following the production of his most recent film “The Whispering Star,” also screening at this year’s JAPAN CUTS. -JAPAN CUTS: Festival of New Japanese Film

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