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ESC to close 3.39 (by 44 users)love & pop
  • 1998
  • film
  • Japan

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romanized love & pop
native
aka rabu & poppu

Based On

based on book
title love & pop
author Murakami Ryuu (村上龍)

Genres

genres drama, youth

Language

language Japanese

Production

country Japan
type real
format film

Release

date 09 Jan, 1998
duration 110 minutes
status finished

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avg. score 3.39 of 5 by 44 users
total users 90
rating 149
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Synopsis

Hiromi and her friends are in high school, and each of them has their own dreams. During their shopping tours through the metropolis, they encounter another aspect of society. They welcome it with open arms, as it seems to be a harmless thing and the payment extremely high, which could help them in fulfilling a few of their material wishes. So they start engaging in a lighter form of enjo kousai, where they go on harmless dates with men for money. Though somehow, Hiromi gets involved too much and the situation slips out of control.

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Yoshii Hiromi
main
Captain EO
supporting
Noda Chisa
supporting
Takahashi Chieko
supporting
Kagegawa
supporting
Yoshimura
supporting

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21 Aug, 2011
Both handle the subject of young girls getting involved in prostitution because they are too enchanted by the materialistic world which they can't afford through normal means. But both films handle the theme in a completely different fashion.

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purefault 14 Dec, 2011
I've been a longtime fan of Anno's "Neon Genesis Evangelion", and I really enjoyed seeing some very similar cinematography displayed in this movie as he uses in his animated creations. All the camera placements and shot angles give it an even more introspective feel, as if you're inside the characters looking inward.
winterfront 18 Jun, 2011
Great film!!
nanuklein 25 Oct, 2010
Very interesting in that that it presented an other aspect of Japanese culture particularly focusing on the darker sides of the life of high school girls and how enjo kousai seems to be a prevalent issue that is underestimated by the high school girls who engage in it.
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