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ESC to close 3.48 (by 66 users)kitsutsuki to ame
  • 2012
  • film
  • Japan

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romanized kitsutsuki to ame
native
english The Woodsman And The Rain
literal Woodpecker And Rain

Genres

genres comedy, life, friendship

Language

language Japanese

Production

country Japan
type real
format film

Release

date 11 Feb, 2012
duration 129 minutes
status released

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avg. score 3.48 of 5 by 66 users
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Synopsis

Kishi Katsuhiko, a woodcutter, accidentally gets to meet a newbie, young film director who has no confidence in himself and play a very small part in his film. Soon enough, Katsuhiko finds himself assisting the film team and becoming friends with the young director.

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Tanabe Kouichi
main
Kishi Katsuhiko
main
Kishi Kouichi
supporting

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Comments

shounka 27 Jun, 2017
Very simple, delicate, refreshing movie which gives a smile on your face.
I totally recommend to those who want to see a good, sympathetic history without any phylosophical or heavy topics.

The relation between main characters will definitely make you smile, Shun Oguri and Kouji Yakusho did their job well!
beailoveyou 25 Jul, 2012
It's simple, but it's a very nice film. :)
linguist 07 May, 2012
This film won "NIPPON CINEMA AWARD 2012" on the Nippon Connection festival 2012. This award was voted by the audience.
Random chan 07 May, 2012
To tell the truth, I was extremely curious of what a film with Kouji and Shun can actually create. I mean, they have totally different levels of performance and I personally think that Shun can't act at all.

This film wasn't any different for Shun, but it was indeed a great film. It had this role that fit Shun perfectly, allowing him to be the passive, emotionless guy who's most complex expression is a smile. His low level performance was not something you could directly sense, since he basically did what he does best.

Helping him, there was Kouji who was as awesome as always... so it was pretty neat to watch him on the screen.

When I think back... it was basically Kouji screentime + Oguri Shun interrupting here and there :P


Nah, but the film was enjoyable ^_^. *gained faith in humanity*
choishinya 28 Jan, 2012
Oh boy oh boy, Shun AND Kouji. I can't wait!
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