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Life Is Journey (2003)

"Life Is Journey" is a compilation of four short stories. The characters all yearn to connect with others, while dwelling in their solitude. Accidental encounters and reluctant partings ... See full summary »

Director:

Seiichi Tanabe

Writer:

Seiichi Tanabe

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Cast

Cast overview:
Nene Ohtsuka Nene Ohtsuka ... (segment "Life")
Kentarô Kobayashi Kentarô Kobayashi ... (segment "Life") (as Kentaro Kobayashi)
Mikako Ichikawa Mikako Ichikawa ... (segments "Life", "N" & "Ya")
Yorie Yamashita Yorie Yamashita ... (segment "Life")
Haruko Katô ... (segment "Life")
Kôen Kondô ... (segment "N")
Kanji Tsuda Kanji Tsuda ... (segment "N")
Mika Mifune Mika Mifune ... (segment "N")
Seiichi Tanabe ... (segments "N" & "No where")
Tsugumi Tsugumi ... (segment "Ya")
Yoji Tanaka Yoji Tanaka ... (segment "Ya")
Hitomi Hitomi ... (segment "No where")
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"Life Is Journey" is a compilation of four short stories. The characters all yearn to connect with others, while dwelling in their solitude. Accidental encounters and reluctant partings overlap joy and pain on a daily basis - yet no two days are alike. "Life" portrays half of a woman's life in a one-scene, one-cut, nine-minute sequence. "N" is a comical take on a man abandoned by his lover. "Ya" explores the bond of female friendship as one woman consoles a brokenhearted girlfriend. "Nowhere", a man and a woman roam the streets of a foreign land in search of lost time. Written by Anon

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Genres:

Drama

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Official Sites:

Official site [Japan]

Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

21 June 2003 (Japan) See more »

Filming Locations:

Japan

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