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Hyaku iro megane (2003)

Amagi, a young man is charged with the responsibility of finding out the "real name" of the actress Kaede Katsuragi. He soon discovers that she has another personality that only reveals itself at night.

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Shûichi Bamba (as Shuichi Bamba)
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Koyuki ... Kaede Katsuragi
Kentarô Kobayashi Kentarô Kobayashi ... Amagi (as Kentaro Kobayashi)
Nao Ohmori ... Man Investigating Kaede (as Nao Ômori)
Ringo Shiina Ringo Shiina ... Onna (Woman)
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A man bent on finding out the real name of the actress Kaede Katsuragi recruits a young man, Amagi, to discover her true identity. But as Amagi befriends the actress and she begins to invite him to her house daily, he discovers through a peephole in the wall of her house that she has another, mysterious side of her that only comes out at night. Written by frecklegirl (frecklegirl4@yahoo.com)

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

22 January 2003 (Japan) See more »

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Spying through a hole in the wall...
8 October 2006 | by murasaki_gardeniaSee all my reviews

Is magical, despite of being a short film. It's set in a beautiful place in Japan, recreating the 40's/50's: Women in kimono, Black and White and muted movies, old telephones and cameras, old houses. It's hard to explain it with words: is a movie about dreams, a mystery woman, and spying through a hole in the wall. Only the ones who had seen it can understand it, it's not an easy movie. Characters are complex, and mysterious. The movie is based always in the same places and the same dream. Here, the same woman, who's unknown until the end, talking to a man slept, who's having the dream. The music at this movie is beautiful, the thing that make it enjoyable and Japanese. Without the music this film is empty. All the song are composed and programmed by the magnificent Ringo Shiina. The movie is based on the song STEM~Daimyou Asobi Hen, but also includes songs from her masterpiece "Karuki Saamen Kuri no Hana". She also gets the most mysterious character: The Woman in red kimono. I recommend it if you want it understand it. It's beautiful.


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