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Traces of Sin (Blu-ray) (Special Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All, DVD Region 2
| Mitsushima Hikari
| Koide Keisuke
| Nakamura Tomoya
Based on Nukui Tokuro's Naoki Prize-nominated novel Gukoroku, the crime mystery Traces of Sin premiered in the Horizons section of the 2016 Venice Film Festival. Starring Tsumabuki Satoshi (Rage) and Mitsushima Hikari (Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai), director Ishikawa Kei's feature debut delivers a blistering portrait of social injustice and inequality.
A well-heeled family of three is brutally murdered in a shocking case that grips the headlines, but the perpetrator goes uncaught. One year later, investigative reporter Tanaka (Tsumabuki Satoshi) engrosses himself into the cold case, while also dealing with his troubled sister (Mitsushima Hikari), who has been arrested for child neglect. As Tanaka digs deeper into the murder mystery, he gradually uncovers the dark secrets of the deceased businessman and his seemingly perfect family that was anything but.
This edition comes with a 12-page booklet and a bonus DVD of special features, including making-of, event digest video and film
My Tomorrow, Your Yesterday (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
| Fukushi Sota
| Higashide Masahiro
| Yamada Yuki
Love transcends time and space in My Tomorrow, Your Yesterday, based on Takafumi Natasuki's best-selling novel. Helmed by Miki Takahiro, the director of youth romances Yell for the Blue Sky and Blue Spring Ride, the film stars Fukushi Sota (Strobe's Edge) and Komatsu Nana (Drowning Love) as a young couple joined together by fate. Higashide Masahiro (Death Note Light up the NEW world) also co-stars in the magical and melancholic romance.
20-year-old Kyoto art college student Takatoshi (Fukushi Sota) falls for Akemi (Komatsu Nana) the moment he sees her on the train. Gathering up his courage, he asks to meet her again, and she suddenly bursts into tears. Takatoshi doesn't understand the reason for her tears, but he continues to fall deeper and deeper in love. The two date happily until the day Akemi reveals an unbelievable secret.
This edition comes with a bonus disc.
P and JK (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
| Tsuchiya Tao
| Miyoshi Maki
| Hiroki Ryuichi (Director)
KAT-TUN's Kamenashi Kazuya (The Vancouver Asahi) and Tsuchiya Tao (Orange) pair up for the first time in the live-action adaptation of Miyoshi Maki's shojo manga P and JK. Also known as Policeman and Me, the romantic film is directed by Hiroki Ryuichi, who recently helmed the shojo adaptations Strobe Edge and Wolf Girl and Black Prince.
23-year old police officer Kota (Kamenashi Kazuya) and high school girl Kako (Tsuchiya Tao) first meet on a group blind date during which Kako pretends to be a college student. Though he initially shows interest in Kako, Kota rejects her after finding out her real age. However, a series of incidents brings them back together and strengthens their bond. In order to be together, Kota decides to propose.
This edition comes with a visual storybook, three jacket covers and two bonus discs of special features.
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