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Though the 2012 New York Asian Film Festival is winding down, cinephiles in New York, or those visiting, have plenty more to look forward to in July. And Japan Society's Japan Cuts: The New York Festival of Contemporary Japanese Cinema, running from July 12-28, is most certainly reason enough to visit the big apple. In fact, it's 39 reasons! This includes a focus on one of cinema's most treasured actors, Koji Yakusho, a tribute to the late and oh, most wonderfully great Yoshio Harada, and I haven't even mentioned any brand, spankin' new films yet, many bowing with their U.S. premiere -- okay, I'll mention one, Hitsohi Ohne's Love Strikes!, which is pictured above. For more on the films themselves I turn it on over »
Distributor Little More has uploaded a new 1080p trailer for the upcoming re-release of Toshiaki Toyoda’s 2003 film 9 Souls to their YouTube channel. Actually it’s the same old theatrical trailer, just with a different beginning and end.
The film follows 9 prison escapees as they go on a road trip to find a cache of counterfeit money, only to get side-tracked by the need to reconnect with people from their lives or deal with their troubled pasts. It will be screened at Shibuya Eurospace from June 23, 2012 with a sequential nation-wide release to follow.
Why now? Your guess is as good as mine, but it’s the 9th anniversary of the original release, Yoshio Harada died last year, and reminding people why they loved Toyoda in the first place can only help I’m Flash! and Monsters Club. Regardless, it’s a great movie and any chance for more people to »
2 items from 2012
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