Tagged: toshiyuki nishida
A teenage boy accidentally time-slips back to the Warring Era period, where he discovers historical figure Oda Nobunaga looks just like him.
Oyaji no Senaka is a 10-episode series anthology focusing on fathers’ relationships with their children and families, written and directed by ten different teams of creatives and featuring ten different sets of actors.
I took a look at my IMDb whack history to see how many actual new-to-me films I had caught this past 2013, and made up a list of thirty films I loved seeing for the first time.
An 11-year-old girl moves to her mother’s hometown after the death of her father, and meets three supernatural beings known as Yokai, who will cause her more than one grief during her stay, as she deals with having to let go and moving on.
When his father suffers a stroke, Ryota goes looking for mysterious creatures known as ‘Kuna’.
The event of the week is the beginning of the Shanghai International Film Festival, starting on June 16th and ending the 24th, showcasing a broad variety of films… including A LOT of Japanese films in its different programs.
On this weeks Editor’s Chatroom Julyssa and Amy discuss the length of tv-series. What is better? Longer seasons with many episodes, or shorter seasons with fewer episodes?
Clumsy attorney Emi Hosho gets her last chance to save her career when she has to defend a man accused of killing his wife. His alibi? A 500-year-old samurai ghost sat on him, and now he must show up at the witness stand in the trial.
Chouchou-san is Japan’s NHK’s take on the famous Puccini’s opera, Madame Butterfly.