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Always zoku san-chôme no yûhi (2007)

Chagawa finds it increasing difficult to support his young ward Junnosuke in his store across the street from the Suzuki garage on Third Street. Unless he can provide a better life, ... See full summary »

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Takashi Yamazaki

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Takashi Yamazaki (screenplay), Ryota Furusawa (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Shin'ichi Hatori Shin'ichi Hatori
Maki Horikita ... Mutsuko Hoshino
Fumiyo Kohinata ... Kawabuchi Yasunari
Kazuki Koshimizu Kazuki Koshimizu ... Ippei Suzuki
Koyuki ... Hiromi Ishizaki
Tomokazu Miura ... Dr. Takuma
Masako Motai ... Kin Ohta
Kenta Suga Kenta Suga ... Junnosuke Furuyuki
Shin'ichi Tsutsumi ... Norifumi Suzuki
Hiroko Yakushimaru Hiroko Yakushimaru ... Tomoe Suzuki
Hidetaka Yoshioka Hidetaka Yoshioka ... Ryunosuke Chagawa
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Chagawa finds it increasing difficult to support his young ward Junnosuke in his store across the street from the Suzuki garage on Third Street. Unless he can provide a better life, Junnosuke's rich father, Kawabata will take him away. Chagawa focuses once again on winning the "Akutagawa-sho" literary award and the prize money coming with it. Mika, a 7-year old relative of the Suzukis is left to stay with them when her father has business reverses. She is accustomed to a richer life style and at first her behavior is very spoiled but is humbled when sees the menial chores that her same-aged cousin Ippei performs. Mutsuko continues to work in the family as a mechanic but has an aspiring boyfriend Takeo, who is studying cooking. Chagawa seeks to find Hiromi, who has become successful once more as the exotic dancer "Betty." Written by Brian Greenhalgh

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Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

3 November 2007 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Always - Napnyugta a Harmadik utcában 2. See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

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2.35 : 1
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Not "Always" but "One Time"
14 January 2008 | by shi612See all my reviews

As my wife said the first part of the sequel was very good, we saw this second part together. Unfortunately without knowing the background of the characters, I could not empathize at all. I told her "the story seemed too much manipulated and I did not empathize it". She said she felt natural. Therefore, I strongly recommend seeing the first part before this one.

VFX effects are amazing. Tokyo scenes in the late 1950's are recreated in detail. I first saw the river at Nihonbashi bridge without highway above it. Now the river is cleaner than the movie. Yes, the rivers of Tokyo in high economic growth period was that dirty.

By the way, the locale is set to Tokyo in 1959. In 1959, I was almost the same age with the children in this movie. That time, there was a radio drama series "1, 1st street" and a TV drama series "Backstreet". Both dramas portrayed daily life at a backstreet in Tokyo. I was a kid in a local city, but was fascinated in the dramas with cordial atmospheres. The word "ALWAYS" in this movie title may imply to portray daily life too. But I feel every episode is too dramatically manipulated to be ALWAYS but ONE TIME. By the way the subject of the novel Chagawa chose for his masterpiece is good.


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