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Fîmeiru (2005)

Five short films by different directors.

Directors:

Ryuichi Hiroki (as Ryûichi Hiroki), Suzuki Matsuo | 3 more credits »

Writers:

Kaoruko Himeno (story for "Momo"), Mariko Koike (story) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kyoko Hasegawa ... Atsuko Moriok (segment "Momo") (as Kyôko Hasegawa)
Hiroyuki Ikeuchi ... Yasaki - segment "Momo'
Eri Ishida Eri Ishida ... Woman (segment "Tamamushi")
Mitsuko Ishii Mitsuko Ishii ... Machiko (segment "Taiyô no mieru basho made")
Ryô Kase ... Man (segment "Tamamushi")
Hairi Katagiri Hairi Katagiri ... Kayo (segment "Taiyô no mieru basho made")
Kaoru Kobayashi ... Old man (segment "Tamamushi")
Kôen Kondô ... Asayama (segment "Yoru no shitasaki")
Naoyuki Morita Naoyuki Morita ... Shingo Mizunuma (segment "Taiyô no mieru basho made")
Nahoko Nezu Nahoko Nezu ... Dancer - 'Dance segment'
Eri Nomura Eri Nomura ... Atsuko Morioka - high school (segment "Momo")
Chihiro Ohtsuka Chihiro Ohtsuka ... Hidemi (segment "Taiyô no mieru basho made") (as Chihiro Ôtsuka)
Nene Ohtsuka Nene Ohtsuka ... Kyoko Morishima - segment "Megami no kakato' (as Nene Ôtsuka)
Ichi Omiya Ichi Omiya
Saki Takaoka ... Masako Kihara (segment "Yoru no shitasaki")
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Five short films by different directors.

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Drama

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an impressive movie
11 March 2008 | by paul_nanuSee all my reviews

I think this movie can really make you think about the endless twists life can take when you least expect... 5 episodes in one single movie, every time new characters reveal their inner hidden true self. A good selection of Japanese directors. Most of the time, the characters meet each other, remember thing they thought lost forever, becoming friends and not least becoming aware of the power of seduction of the Other. Of course you have to be a fan of Japanese cinema in order to better perceive the selected short movies. i must say that i love this title because it made me somehow ask myself the questions implied by the movie itself. Although you can 't watch this movie as a regular movie, and the stories not seem to be related, i couldn't stop till the end, because it makes you wonder what story is going to be next, what dramas are in line to be presented.


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Official Sites:

Official site [Japan]

Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

26 March 2005 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

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Sound Mix:

DTS-Stereo

Color:

Color
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