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Kamyu nante shiranai (2005)

A group of eccentric students decide to make a movie. But, when their star suddenly quits, this witty ensemble cast begins to live the film, including murder, deception and true love. Japan... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Shûji Kashiwabara ...
Naoki Matsukawa
Hinano Yoshikawa ...
Yukari
Ai Maeda ...
Kiyoko Hisada
Hideo Nakaizumi ...
Ikeda
Tetsuji Tamayama ...
Hiroshi Nishiura
Shin'nosuke Abe ...
Motosugi (as Shinnosuke Abe)
Meisa Kuroki ...
Rei
Mitsunori Isaki ...
Yoshizaki
Tomorô Taguchi ...
Oyama
Hirotarô Honda ...
Professor Nakajo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Miho Fujima
Yûta Kanai ...
Nakane
Junpei Suzuki ...
Kamimura
Yuko Takada ...
Aya Sasaki
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A group of eccentric students decide to make a movie. But, when their star suddenly quits, this witty ensemble cast begins to live the film, including murder, deception and true love. Japan. Japanese w/ Eng subtitles. Official Selection - Cannes Film Festival. Written by Anonymous

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from "Symphony No.5"
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The preparation of a film by students in a film school
28 May 2005 | by (Europe) – See all my reviews

The last five days before the shooting of their first movie by a group of students in a film university in Japan. The film in the film is based on a the story of a student who killed an old lady to experience new feelings. As the beginning of the shooting approaches, tension increases, new problems arise everyday. The private life of the various protagonists interferes with the preparation of the film, and the professor who overviews their works (nicknamed Aschenbach after the character in Death in Venice) must also cope with his problems. A very gripping film played convincingly by young actors, and full of references to the films that have influenced them. Beautiful filming. The title comes from the fact that the main actor is invited to read "L'étranger" by Camus, to better understand the character he's playing. Film selected for the Directors' fortnight in Cannes.


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