Kamikaze Girls (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)

Kamikaze Girls (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Thelma and Louise meets Cutie Honey in Kamikaze Girls, writer/director Nakashima Tetsuya’s winning big screen adaptation of Takemoto Novala’s cult classic novel Shimotsuma Monogatari. This quirky tale of teenage rebellion has gone on to become a surprise hit with audiences not only in Japan, but around the world! This wildly imaginative film depicts the peculiar friendship between two very different young women. First up, there’s Ryugasaki Momoko (Fukada Kyoko from The Ring 2 and Dolls), a frustrated country girl, who finds escape from her dreary existence by fantasizing about 18th century France and dressing up in frilly baby-doll dresses, complete with pink bonnets and matching parasols. However, her prim and proper fantasy world is quickly challenged by the dramatic arrival of a new girl in town, the tough-as-nails biker chick, Shirayuri Ichiko (Tsuchiya Anna). This wild child with a seemingly permanent snarl on her face initially clashes with the girly Momoko, but eventually, this unlikely duo form an uneasy alliance, deciding to head out on a journey in search of a legendary embroiderer. Their daring quest is fraught with danger at every turn, but the two venture onward, braving the surreal, candy-colored bubble gum world that awaits them!

While making the rounds on the festival circuit, Kamikaze Girls has racked up several awards and nominations including Best Picture, Best Director (Nakashima Tetsuya), Best Actress (Fukada Kyoko), and Best Supporting Actress (Tsuchiya Anna) at the Yokohama Movie Awards and numerous other trophies from the Blue Ribbon Awards, Hochi Film Awards, Kinema Jumpo Awards, and Mainichi Film Concours. Clearly, this film is something special and definitely has to be seen to be believed, so be sure to check out one of the most irreverent examples of girl power ever brought to the silver screen!.
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Mibu Gishi Den (When the Last Sword Is Drawn) (Japan Version – English Subtitles)

Mibu Gishi Den (When the Last Sword Is Drawn) (Japan Version - English Subtitles)
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Takita Yojiro’s excellent 2003 samurai epic takes place in Meiji-era Japan, when the few remaining samurai were forced to choose sides and fight for either the Emperor or the Tokugawa Shogunate (a time period familiar to American audiences from The Last Samurai, but explored with more complexity and nuance here). Nakai Kiichi stars as Yoshimura Kanichiro, a principled Bushido warrior whose difficult decisions and complicated path are skillfully revealed through flashback..
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Memoirs Of A Teenage Amnesiac (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)

Memoirs Of A Teenage Amnesiac (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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American director Hans Canosa (Conversations with Other Women) gives Gabrielle Zevin’s novel Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac a new Japanese setting with a cast of America’s and Japan’s hottest young actors. Horikita Maki (the Always series, Hanazakari no Kimitachi e) stars as a high school girl stuck in the middle of a complicated romantic web with three men vying for her love. When the three men are played by Matsuyama Kenichi (Death Note), Tegoshi Yuya (of NEWS), and Anton Yelchin (Star Trek, Terminator: Salvation), it’s no wonder that the choice is so difficult. Featuring an attractive cast and Hollywood production values, Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac is a bittersweet love story for young romantics everywhere.

Naomi (Horikita Maki) is just another teenage girl at a Tokyo international school. One day, she takes a nasty spill down a staircase and ends up losing her memory of the last four years of her life. However, she does have flashbacks of a boy kissing her, even though she can’t put a face on the figure. Is it her boyfriend Ace (Anton Yelchin)? Maybe it’s her best friend Mirai (Tegoshi Yuya)? Or is it the mysterious Yuji (Matsuyama Kenichi)? Perhaps the past doesn’t really matter when she can’t even figure out who she loves now..
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We Were There: Part 1 (2013) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)

We Were There: Part 1 (2013) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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Solanin director Miki Takahiro brings the touching love story of Yano and Nanami to life with the film version of award-winning manga series We Were There (a.k.a. Bokura ga Ita). An epic story that spans over seven years, We Were There is an emotional story about love, loss, and learning how to move on. Miki and scriptwriter Yoshida Tomoko (Closed Note) ambitiously adapts the entire manga into two films, both of which became major box office hits in Japan. In addition to up-and-coming superstars Yoshitaka Yuriko (Robo-G) and Ikuta Toma (Tale of Genji) co-starring as the star-crossed lovers, We Were There also stars Takaoka Sosuke (Thirteen Assassins), Motokariya Yuika (Wild 7), and Komatsu Ayaka (Killer Virgin Road).

Part one of We Were There covers the first half of the series, depicting the high school days of Nanami (Yoshitaka Yuriko) and Yano (Ikuta Toma). Despite some initial misunderstandings, first-year student Nanami falls in with popular Yano. However, Yano is still reeling from the death of his girlfriend Nana and the fallout from it. Things get complicated when Yano’s best friend Masafumi (Takaoka Sosuke) confesses his feelings for Nanami and become Yano’s romantic rival. Who will Nanami choose in the end?.
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