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  • Godzilla Resurgence (4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray) (4-Disc Special Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All Hasegawa Hiroki | Anno Hideaki (Director) | Takenouchi Yutaka | Ishihara Satomi
    Japan's original kaiju monster returns in Godzilla Resurgence! Written by Neon Genesis Evangelion creator Anno Hideaki and co-directed by Anno and special effects veteran Higuchi Shinji (Attack on Titan), the blockbuster film features the largest Godzilla in history that undergoes several stages of evolution onscreen. In reference to the kaiju's film origins, Godzilla Resurgence (a.k.a. Shin Godzilla) takes inspiration from Japan's recent disasters and pressing environmental and geopolitical problems faced by the world today. More than just a thrilling monster movie, the film is also a bitingly wry political satire on government bureaucracy and crisis management. Featuring a sprawling cast with many cameos, Godzilla Resurgence stars Hasegawa Hiroki (Attack on Titan) and Takenouchi Yutaka (Oba: The Last Samurai) as Japanese government operatives, as well as Ishihara Satomi (Attack on Titan) as an American envoy. Godzilla Resurgence swept seven awards at the 40th Japan Academy Prize including Best Picture and Best Director.

    On a day like any other, a coast guard boat is suddenly attacked and the bridge over Tokyo Bay collapses. Viral and news videos show an unidentified creature in the bay. The Prime Minister (Osugi Ren) calls in legions of cabinet and military officials, bureaucrats and experts to assess the threat. Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Yaguchi (Hasegawa Hiroki) sounds the warning but no conclusion can be reached. Instead, the government seeks to defuse the situation by assuring the public that the aquatic creature poses no danger to those on land. However, the giant creature soon makes landfall, wreaking massive destruction as it ploughs through the city, and then returns to sea, all while the unprepared government scrambles for a belated response. Yaguchi is placed in charge of a task force to research the mysterious monster dubbed Godzilla, and evidence indicates that it will keep growing more powerful and destructive. When Godzilla returns, all of Japan could fall.

    This edition comes with the film on standard and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, as well as two bonus discs containing promotional videos, making-of, outtakes, CG making and other special features.

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  • Gold Medal Man (Blu-ray) (Premium Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All Uchimura Teruyoshi (Actor, Director) | Chinen Yuri | Makita Sports | Morikawa Aoi
    Popular comedian/actor Uchimura Teruyoshi (The Last Chance: Diary of Comedians) is a man forever chasing after first place in his third directorial feature Gold Medal Man. Hey! Say! JUMP's Chinen Yuri, in his first film leading role, plays the hero in his teenage years. The warm generation-spanning comedy also co-stars Kimura Tae, Tsuchiya Tao, Muro Tsuyoshi, Hiraizumi Sei and Shofukueti Tsurube, and features appearances by Oizumi Yo, Nagasawa Masami, Yusuke Santamaria, Takenaka Naoto and Tanaka Naoki.

    Akita Senichi was born in the city of Shiojiri in 1964, the year of the Tokyo Summer Olympics. As a child, Senichi won a running race at his elementary school athletic meet, and tasted the happiness of first place. From then on, he becomes obsessed with coming in first, winning contests in categories as varied as painting, calligraphy and even shouting. However, for Senichi who aspires to become the "Gold Medal Man," the setbacks begin when it comes time to enter high school.

    This edition comes with a 24-page booklet and two bonus DVDs of special features.

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  • Harmonium (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region A Asano Tadanobu | Miura Takahiro | Tsutsui Mariko | Taiga
    Directed by Fukada Koji (Au revoir l' ete), Harmonium received the Jury Prize in the 2016 Cannes Film Festival's Un Certain Regard section and nominations for Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor at the 11th Asian Film Awards. The dark and twisted family drama stars Asano Tadanobu as a dangerous houseguest who joins and derails a suburban family.

    Toshio (Furutachi Kanji), his wife Akie (Tsutsui Mariko) and daughter Hotaru (Shinokawa Momone) live a relatively quiet and mundane life together in the suburbs where he runs a small machine factory. Toshio's old friend Kusataro (Asano Tadanobu), freshly released from prison, shows up one day in need of work and board, and Toshio takes him in. Over time, Kusataro develops a bond with both Akie and Hotaru, and seemingly becomes a part of the family. However, the two men's secret grudge and Kusataro's violent inclinations wreak devastating consequences on the family.

    This edition comes with a booklet and a bonus disc of special features including making-of, interview, and premiere.

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