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The Light Shines Only There (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region A
Oh Mipo (Director)
| Tanaka Takuto
| Ayano Go
| Suda Masaki
Two fractured souls trapped in dire lives find a glimmer of hope in each other with The Light Shines Only There, a critically acclaimed romantic drama by director Oh Mipo (Sakaike no Shiawase). Based on a novel by the late Sato Yasushi (Sketches of Kaitan City), the film won the Best Director prize at the World Film Festival in Montreal and is Japan's representative at the 2015 Academy Awards' Best Foreign Film competition.
Ayano Go (The Snow White Murder Case) stars as Tatsuo, an unemployed young man who spends his days in pachinko parlors and wandering around the city of Hakodate. After becoming friends with Takuji at the pachinko parlor, Tatsuo meets Takuji's older sister Chinatsu (Ikewaki Chizuru), who lives carrying the burden of her deadbeat brother and senile father. Tatsuo and Chinatsu eventually fall in love, but that love isn't enough to make them forget about their troubles in their respective lives.
This edition includes making of, stage events and trailers. It also comes with a 24-page booklet.
Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno (DVD) (Deluxe Edition)(Japan Version) DVD Region 2
| Takei Emi
| Sato Naoki
| Otomo Keishi (Director)
Three years after the blockbuster live-action film, Rurouni Kenshin returns to the big screen with not one, but two live-action feature films! Shot back-to-back together, the two Rurouni Kenshin sequels – titled Kyoto Inferno and The Legend Ends, respectively – are based on the popular "Kyoto arc" of the series, chronicling Kenshin's battle against Shishio Makoto, a scorned assassin who plans to overthrow the government that betrayed him. In addition to Sato Takeru and Takei Emi returning to their respective roles of Kenshin and Kaoru, Kyoto Inferno also adds Fujiwara Tatsuya (Kaiji) as the evil Shishio and Ryunosuke Kamiki (The Kirishima Thing) as Shishio's powerful henchman. Returning as action director, Tanigaki Kenji ups the ante with fierce action sequences that will leave audiences breathless.
After the events of the first film, former assassin Himura Kenshin (Sato Takeru) has been living in peace in the dojo run by Kaoru (Takei Emi). However, the peace is broken when Shishio Makoto (Fujiwara Tatsuya) rises up as a powerful force against the Meiji government. A dangerous and ruthless assassin, Shishio was recruited by the government to help defeat the shogunate after Kenshin took his pacifist vow. However, after the Meiji government won the battle, the authorities tried to kill Shishio by burning him alive, leaving him with permanent burn damage all over his body. Seeking revenge for the betrayal, the disfigured Shishio plans to slowly take over the country, from one town to another. With no other choice, the government recruits Kenshin to hunt down Shishio and his gang. After some consideration, Kenshin agrees to travel to Kyoto to stop Shishio for the sake of maintaining peace in the new Japan.
This edition comes with a set of ten visual cards, visual commentary, cast interviews, a booklet and trailers.
Say "I Love You" (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region A
| Fukushi Sota
| Ichikawa Tomohiro
| Hyuga Asako (Director)
One kiss changes the life of a lifelong introvert in Say "I Love You", the feature film adaptation of Hazuki Kanae's popular shojo manga series. Kawaguchi Haruna (Kindaichi Shonen no Jikenbo N (neo)) stars as Mei, a high school student who is unable to make friends or even talk to people because of a trauma from her youth. After a chance encounter, popular male student Yamato (Fukushi Sota) becomes interested in Mei and even saves her from a stalker. After the two fall in love, Mei learns to slowly climb out of her shell, despite encountering obstacles in her relationship with Yamato.
This edition includes making of, stage events, a talk show and other promotional clips. It also comes with a photobook and a card.
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