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Nobunaga Concerto The Movie (2016) (DVD) (Special Edition)(Japan Version) DVD Region 2
| Shibasaki Kou
| Yamada Takayuki
| Mukai Osamu
Following a successful run on television in 2014, the period saga Nobunaga Concerto completes its story on the silver screen with a blockbuster film. Based on Ishii Ayumi's manga, Nobunaga Concerto stars Oguri Shun as high school student Saburo who gets whisked back in time to the Sengoku period where he encounters his doppelganger, Oda Nobunaga. Despite his lack of basic historical knowledge, Saburo assists Nobunaga by acting as his decoy, and gradually grows into the role of the legendary warrior who would leave an indelible mark on history. Besides Oguri Shun, other members of the series' star-stacked cast also return for the film including Shibasaki Kou, Mukai Osamu, Yamada Takayuki, Fujigaya Taisuke, Mizuhara Kiko, Hamada Gaku and Takashima Masahiro.
Picking up where the TV drama left off, Nobunaga Concerto The Movie continues on Nobunaga/Saburo's campaign to unite Japan. However, Saburo finally realizes that an important date lies immediately ahead: June 21, 1582, the day Nobunaga dies at Honno-ji after being overwhelmed by a coup led by Akechi Mitsuhide.
This edition comes with a booklet and a bonus disc of special features including making-of, event footage, spin-off drama, Ekiben Concerto, deleted scenes, Kicho's video letter and Oguri Shun interview.
While The Women Are Sleeping (Blu-ray) (Limited Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
| Wayne Wang (Director)
| Kutsuna Shiori
| Nishijima Hidetoshi
Chinese-American filmmaker Wayne Wang (Snow Flower and the Secret Fan) heads to Japan for the psycho thriller While the Women Are Sleeping, which screened in the Panorama section of the 66th Berlin International Film Festival. Based on Spanish writer Javier Marias's same-titled short story, the intriguing noirish drama stars Kitano Takeshi, Kutsuna Shiori, Nishijima Hidetoshi and Oyamada Sayuri as two couples whose chance encounter evolves into a mysterious tangle of voyeurism and dreamlike dangers.
While vacationing at a beach resort, novelist Kenji (Nishijima Hidetoshi) and his wife Aya (Oyamada Sayuri) come across another pair of guests, Sahara (Kitano Takeshi) and his much younger girlfriend Miki (Kutsuna Shiori). Kenji, who is suffering from a serious case of writer's block, is immediately drawn to the couple and begins to obsessively stalk them. Sahara, meanwhile, befriends Kenji and reveals that he has a habit of videotaping Miki every day while she sleeps in order to have a record of her last day.
This edition comes with an 8-page booklet and a bonus DVD of special features.
Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
| Yamada Yoji (Director)
| Yoshinaga Sayuri
| Kuroki Haru
Director Yamada Yoji reunites with Yoshinaga Sayuri, the star of About Her Brother and Kabei - Our Mother, for the poignant drama Nagasaki: Memories of My Son set in post-war Nagasaki. The veteran actress plays a midwife who lost her son three years ago during the atomic bombing. On the day she tells herself it's time to let him go, her son suddenly appears again to reminisce about their times together.
Arashi member Ninomiya Kazunari (Letters from Iwo Jima) won Best Actor at the 39th Japan Academy Prize for his portrayal of the son. Kuroki Haru (Little House) and Asano Tadanobu (Kabei - Our Mother) also co-star in this moving examination of familial love, the pain of loss, and the indelible effects of war.
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