Description: "Saigo no Yakusoku" is described as a human suspense story involving the hijack of a major building. The members of Arashi play five young men who happen to be inside, and the story depicts their attempt to escape and their interactions with the other people caught up in the incident.
Description: A drama about friendship that spans ages, this is based on a true story which chronicles the life of a man who died at the age of 23 after an illness that started with the partial collapse of his cranial bone, and a subsequent battle with seven types of incurable diseases.
Description: A police detective working undercover at private school Seisen Gakuen is blown to pieces on the streets of Shibuya. The cop had been investigating students frequenting a popular underground website named 'Enola Gay', where information on everything from bullying to bomb-making is exchanged. One week earlier, a strange counter on the website began ticking down to some unmentioned event... Meanwhile, a young girl only known as 'K' is brought back to Japan from New York against her will, and is assigned the codename 'Asamiya Saki' by the National Police Agency. Her mission: infiltrate Seisen Gakuen.
Description: The five members of Arashi appear together on the big screen again in the highly anticipated Kiiroi Namida, a.k.a. Yellow Tears. Based on the classic manga by Nagashima Shinji, this nostalgic film takes the audience back to the 1960s with a moving story about youth, friendship, and the pursuit of dreams. Director Inudo Isshin, whose previous works include Touch, Maison de Himiko, and Across a Gold Prairie, strikes the right balance of compelling drama and coming-of-age tropes in following the hopes and trials of five young men in post-war Japan. With all the members of Arashi in a film together for the first time since Pikanchi, Kiiroi Namida inevitably bears the label of an idol movie, but it is much more than that. Matsumoto Jun (Hana Yori Dango), Sakurai Sho (Honey and Clover), Ninomiya Kazunari (Letters from Iwo Jima), Aiba Masaki (Triple Kitchen), and Ohno Satoshi have all developed respectable acting careers in their own rights, and the film truly showcases them as individual actors, while building on the chemistry they have as a group.
Description: It is the last year of junior high and Masaki (Nakayama Takuya), one of the most popular boys in school makes a shocking announcement. He will be immigrating to the U.S. at the end of the summer. He also states that he has fallen in love with someone in his class and wants to make his last wish come true before he leaves. This throws the class into turmoil and it transpires that five different girls all have strong feelings for him and see this as their one chance to express their love. From Nagasawa Masahiko, the producer of Love Letter, comes Way Of Blue Sky, a touching, heartfelt story about young love and growing up. Also starring Morita Ayaka, Yuki Saya, Kurokawa Mei, Tabe Mikako and Nishihara Aki.
Description: Based on a novel by Otsuichi, Waiting in the Dark is written and directed by Tengan Daisuke, the son of late legendary director Imamura Shohei. In his earlier films Aiki and Asian Beat: I Love Nippon, not to mention his writing contributions to Miike Takashi's Audition and his father's Warm Water Under a Red Bridge, Tengan has shown a knack for both humanistic and corporeal storytelling, a talent that is again on display in his latest film. Waiting in the Dark, a.k.a. Kurai Tokoro de Machiawase, stars up-and-coming Taiwanese actor Wilson Chen. Though Chen has spoken Japanese in some of his previous films, Waiting in the Dark presents a new challenge as it is his first completely Japanese-language leading role. Opposite Chen is popular actress Tanaka Rena (A Day on the Planet), whom he also collaborated with in Tripping, and actor Sato Koichi (What the Snow Brings). Quiet, heartfelt, and understated, Waiting in the Dark is a small title that goes a long way.
The story starts in a town in Kagawa Prefecture, home to 1 million residents and 900 udon restaurants.
Kosuke Matsui - an aspiring comedian and son of an udon noodlemaker - hates his small-town life, but hates udon even more.
After a fight with his father, he goes to New York to launch his dream career as a stand-up comedian, but six years and one massive debt later he is forced to go home.
When he returns, he finds nothing has changed -- his sister still worries about him, his father is still pounding away at noodles, his friends are the same, and there's still a bowl of warm udon waiting for him when he gets home.
To repay his debt, he works at a publishing company where he meets Kyoko. Together they write a column about udon, which surprisingly kicks off an udon sensation across Japan, changing their lives. Especially Kosuke's.
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