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Nana ()


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A chance encounter between two girls of the same name, "Nana," triggers a series of events and relationships.

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Nana Ôsaki
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Nana Komatsu
Hiroki Narimiya ...
Nobuo Terashima
Yûta Hiraoka ...
Shôji Endô
Tomomi Maruyama ...
Yasushi Takagi
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Shin'ichi Okazaki
Saeko ...
Sachiko Kawamura
Yuna Ito ...
Reira
Momosuke Mizutani ...
Naoki Fujieda
Anna Nose ...
Junko Saotome
Takehisa Takayama ...
Kyôsuke Takakura
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Satô Kôichi (as Mitsuki Koga)
Bengaru ...
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Toshifumi Muramatsu ...
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Seiichi Mizukoshi
Yoshiko Miyazaki ...
Natsuko Komatsu
Rumi Shishido ...
Sakagami
Tetsuhiro Ikeda ...
Yokoi
Mieko Kon'ya ...
Nao Komatsu
Natsuki Okamoto ...
Nami Komatsu
Seiji Nozoe
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Takumi Ichinose
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Ren Honjô

Directed by

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Kentarô Ohtani

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Ai Yazawa ... (comic)
 
Taeko Asano ... (screenplay) &
Kentarô Ohtani ... (screenplay)

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Osamu Kubota ... producer
Hiroaki Miki ... co-producer
Toshiaki Nakazawa ... producer

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Tadashi Ueda

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Kazuhiro Suzuki

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Shûichi Kakesu

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Satoe Araki

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Maegan Hayward ... post production sound facility c.o.o.

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Lynne Hobday ... translator

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Plot Summary

A friendship is born when two twenty-year-old girls named Nana meet on the night train to Tokyo. Yet, they could not be any more different in appearance, experience or demeanour. One is a pop rock singer with an ambition to conquer the stage. The other wants to be with, and serve, her boyfriend. Written by aghaemi

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Also Known As
  • Nana, la película (Chile)
  • Нана (Russia)
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  • 113 min
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Trivia In the story, since both main characters have the same first name, to differentiate one Nana to the other, Nana Osaki affectionately called Nana Komatsu "Hachi", because she thinks Nana Komatsu behaves like a dog, faithful but sometimes annoying. This is actually a play of word. The female name "Nana" is a homonym of the Japanese word "nana" that means "seven", and while "Hachi" is a common dog name in Japan, it is also a homonym of the word "hachi" that means "eight". See more »
Goofs When Nobu is playing his tape to Nana the first time, you can clearly hear a bass guitar in the song. This is not possible at that time since Ren left for Tokio long before that and Shin wasn't in the band yet. See more »
Movie Connections Followed by Nana 2 (2006). See more »
Soundtracks Glamorous Sky See more »

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