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Koreeda to unsheath samurai picture

27 October 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

SYDNEY -- Acclaimed Japanese director Koreeda Hirokazu, best known for his 2004 hit Nobody Knows, will direct his first historical samurai film for entertainment major Shochiku, the company announced Wednesday. Slated for a spring release, Hana Yori mo Naho is a major departure for Koreeda, who is better known for contemporary documentary-style features. Based on an original story by Koreeda and set in the 17th century, the film stars Junichi Okada, (Tokyo Tower, Fly, Daddy Fly), Rie Miyazawa (The Twilight Samurai), and Tadanobu Asano (Zatoichi, Cafe Lumiere). Producers are Sato Shiho and Enoki Nozomu. »

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Kore-eda turns to period piece

27 October 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

SYDNEY -- Acclaimed Japanese director Kore-eda Hirokazu, best known for his 2004 hit Nobody Knows, will direct his first historical samurai film for entertainment major Shochiku, the company announced Wednesday. Slated for release next spring, Hana Yori mo Naho is a major departure for Kore-eda, who is better known for contemporary documentary-style features. Based on an original story by Kore-eda and set in the 17th century, the film stars Junichi Okada, (Tokyo Tower, Fly, Daddy Fly), Rie Miyazawa (The Twilight Samurai), and Tadanobu Asano (Zatoichi, Cafe Lumiere). Producers are Sato Shiho and Enoki Nozomu. It's Kore-eda's fifth film. Twentieth Century Fox snapped up remake rights to his second offering, After Life, while his third film, Distance, was In Competition at the Festival de Cannes in 2001. »

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