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Funuke Show Some Love, You Losers! (2007)
"Funuke domo, kanashimi no ai wo misero" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  1 May 2009 (UK)
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Traumatic incidents, conflicts, and bloody quarrels awaiting the Funuke family members who return home to bury their parents.



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Credited cast:
Eriko Satô ...
Sumika Wago
Aimi Satsukawa ...
Kyomi Wago
Hiromi Nagasaku ...
Machiko Wago
Masatoshi Nagase ...
Shinji Wago
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Seiji Nozoe ...
Actor at the audition
Shôichirô Tanigawa ...
Nobumichi Tosa ...
Tetsuo Komori
Kôichi Ueda ...
Sotaro Wago
Hiroshi Yamamoto ...
Ryôtarô Yonemura ...
Tajima - Sumika's agent
Nahoko Yoshimoto ...
Audition judge
Koichiro Yuzawa ...
Auduion judge


Traumatic incidents, conflicts, and bloody quarrels awaiting the Funuke family members who return home to bury their parents.

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Offbeat family drama
20 September 2009 | by (Isle of Man, British Isles) – See all my reviews

Offbeat family drama starring Eriko Sato (Cutey Honey, Carved).

When their parents are killed in a bizarre cat-rescuing incident, the dysfunctional Wago siblings are reluctantly forced to endure each other once more under the same roof.

Sumika (Sato) is a selfish wannabe actress, only returning to her quiet, rural home to collect her inheritance. When she finds there's no money and she cannot return to Tokyo for fear of a ruthless loan shark, she immediately recommences terrorising her younger sister Kyomi and elder stepbrother Shinji, and his new and relentlessly upbeat and optimistic wife Machiko (a wonderful turn by Hiromi Nagasaku).

While being a black comedy from the get-go, 'Funuke' soon gets darker and more demented, as the family's history of violence, prostitution and dark secrets are revealed.

While it's no classic, it's a good looking flick made with style and bolstered by some well measured and memorable performances.

The 'Third Window' UK DVD release is technically decent enough, but there are no extras.

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