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Ramblers (2003)

Riarizumu no yado (original title)
Tsuboi and Kinoshita have just arrived at a desolate town. Both of them are amateur filmmakers. Tsuboi is a screenwriter and Kinoshita a director. They have come to this town because Funaki... See full summary »

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Nobuhiro Yamashita
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Credited cast:
Keishi Nagatsuka Keishi Nagatsuka ... Tsuboi
Hiroshi Yamamoto ... Kinoshita
Machiko Ono ... Atsuko
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Sunny Francis Sunny Francis
Masaaki Takakura Masaaki Takakura
Takeshi Yamamoto Takeshi Yamamoto
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Tsuboi and Kinoshita have just arrived at a desolate town. Both of them are amateur filmmakers. Tsuboi is a screenwriter and Kinoshita a director. They have come to this town because Funaki, an actor, has tempted them to come here, but he has yet to arrive. Tsuboi and Kinoshita start wandering around the town and happen to meet a young woman, Atsuko. The three of them go on a journey together and become friends. But one day, Atsuko disappears. Written by Jiilo_Kim

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It rambles but it doesn't go anywhere
1 October 2013 | by grandmastersikSee all my reviews

Some films are slow, others a just a big non--event.

Ramblers, is the latter, as two twenty-something men who don't know one another, end up bumming about some village in the Japanese countryside after their common friend couldn't be bothered to show up.

And with these two to keep him company, who can blame the man?

To be honest, the 20 minutes I lasted had already stretched my patience to the point of holding down the FF button between all those long, dull, nothing happens aside from the two leads' faces staring off on-screen shots, and I can only recommend that whoever reads this checks out something else instead.


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Japanese

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17 April 2004 (Japan) See more »

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