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Shaberedomo shaberedomo (2007)

The movie revolves around Mitsuba, a teenage boy that studies traditional art of rakugo. Rakugo is a form of comical story telling, sometimes referred to as sit-down comedy. Even though ... See full summary »

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Taichi Kokubun
Karina
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kintarô Hara
Tomekichi Himuka ...
Sankaku Konjyakutei
Shirô Itô
Kenzô ...
Rokumon Konjyakutei (as Kenzo)
Yutaka Matsushige ...
Taichi Yugawara
Shûzô Mitamura ...
Yugawara's step brother (as Shuzou Mitamura)
Yûki Morinaga
Shirô Shimomoto ...
Iwao Togawa
Bunmei Tobayama ...
Suehirotei
Fusako Urabe ...
Ikuko Jitsukawa
Kaoru Yachigusa
Hiroshi Yamamoto ...
Chiamaki Kashiwaya
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The movie revolves around Mitsuba, a teenage boy that studies traditional art of rakugo. Rakugo is a form of comical story telling, sometimes referred to as sit-down comedy. Even though Mitsuba is mediocre at best, he ends up teaching three students. Written by Sesam

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26 May 2007 (Japan)  »

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Talk, Talk, Talk  »

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Referenced in Panel Quiz Attack 25: Episode dated 27 May 2007 (2007) See more »

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Solid Entertainment
7 January 2008 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

With the comedy genre offering so little in the way of entertainment lately, it is refreshing to see a film that re-afirms that comedy can be funny without insulting one's intelligence. TALK, TALK, TALK is such a film, offering strong performances, good characterisations, and witty dialogue, making for good-hearted viewing that doesn't overly manipulate or simplify.

Director Hideyuki Hirayama, who has helmed a variety of films from the enjoyable remake SAMURAI Resurrection, the excellent TURN, to the flat and disappointing LADY JOKER, puts character and dialogue front and centre, something a lot of modern film-makers fail to do nowadays.

Taichi Kokubun is fine as the rakugoka-in-training, Karina is wonderful as the sour-faced Satsuki, Yataka Matsushige is perfectly awkward as ex-baseball pinch hitter Yugawara, and Yuuki Morinaga is terrificly natural as the young Murabayashi.

With a story that could have been routine and predictable, TALK, TALK, TALK proves to be anything but, showing that you can have a good time without sacrificing quality.


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