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The Harimaya Bridge (2009)

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After the sudden death of his estranged son in rural Japan, an American man must go there to claim some important family items. While there, he discovers some secrets his son left behind.

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Daniel Holder
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Noriko Kubo
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Yuiko Hara
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Joseph Holder
Victor Grant ...
Mickey Holder
Sakura Thomas ...
Mariya
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Saita Nakayama
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Kunji Inoue
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Kayo Takeuchi
Honoka Ishibashi ...
Emi Osaki (as Honoka)
Yukiko Kashiwagi ...
Ms. Kubo
Toshiyuki Kitami ...
Mr. Kubo
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Albert Tunney
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Lindsey Holder
Junkichi Orimoto ...
Tomoki Shide
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After the sudden death of his estranged son in rural Japan, an American man must go there to claim some important family items. While there, he discovers some secrets his son left behind.

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13 June 2009 (Japan)  »

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Harimaya-bashi  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)

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$1,226 (USA) (5 March 2010)

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$52,052 (USA) (13 August 2010)
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The actual Harimaya Bridge sits in the middle of Kochi City, Japan, and can be seen in the film. See more »

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Warm, Engaging, Educational and just plain Fantastic!
25 June 2012 | by (Japan) – See all my reviews

Warm, Engaging, Educational and just plain Fantastic! I saw The Harimaya Bridge at the Sacramento Japanese Film Festival in 2011. All I can say is 'WOW'! I am an African-American male, veteran who now lives in Japan so this movie answered a lot of questions for me. It also helped prepare me for my new life in Japan.

I immediately started sharing it with every veteran I know, because of its rich content.

Director Aaron Woolfolk hit a home-run with The Harimaya Bridge.

I think the thing that sticks out about this film for me is Mr. Woolfolk's international spirit. The Harimaya Bridge was filmed in Japan and the United States. Mr. Woolfolk was able to build bridges between two countries, make a film that deals with very sensitive topics for both countries and do it all with grace.

Great job Mr. Woolfolk. I am looking forward to your future films!


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