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Mr. Nakamura's Addiction (2012)

Just how much can Mr. Nakamura tempt himself before he looses control and succumbs to his addiction?

Director:

Scott Eriksson

Writers:

Scott Eriksson (story), Scott Eriksson | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Won Hee Lee ... Mr. Nakamura (as Jake Won Lee)
Joseph Newcombe ... Jason
Savannah Lathem ... Christina
Maxwell Chase ... Kevin
Brooke Hitchins Brooke Hitchins ... Blair
Tom Phelan ... Tony
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Storyline

Mr. Nakamura (Won Lee) really loves children and the feeling he gets when children are close to him so he goes to the playground everyday to watch. He has a particular fondness for his neighbor Jason (Joseph Newcombe) who he always watches walking home from school. However, being around children makes him afraid of doing something "bad" because of an addiction he can't control. Just how far can he go in getting some sense of satisfaction before he looses control and succumbs to his addiction? Written by Scott Eriksson

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Mr. Nakamura loves children...too much

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Short | Drama | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 April 2012 (USA) See more »

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Erik Sun Productions See more »
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Color
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Mr. Nakamura's Addiction Is a Beautifully Crafted Short Film
28 May 2012 | by dawnaleeheisingSee all my reviews

Mr. Nakamura's Addiction is a beautifully written and beautifully photographed short film that has a very creative ending. I interviewed Scott Erikkson when the film was selected for the 2012 Newport Beach Film Festival for Seth Metoyer's MoreHorror in Hollywood. There is a black & white sequence in the film that is very impressive, and the music by Mike Kobayashi adds to the suspense. The producer, along with Eriksson, and editor of Mr. Nakamura's Addiction is Eric Chenjie Pan. Pan is a long-time collaborator on videos with Erikkson and did a magnificent job on the editing. I am a long-time follower of Erikkson's blog "Asians on Film", and Mr. Nakamura's Addiction shows that he is just as talented at filmmaking as he is at writing.


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