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My Beautiful Man -eternal- (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Deluxe Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
| Yagi Yusei
| Takano Akira
| Wada Soko
Following two television seasons, the My Beautiful Man series leaps to the silver screen with the feature film My Beautiful Man -eternal-! Based on the novel Utsukushii Kare by Nagira Yuu, the BL romance follows the relationship and growth of unlikely lovers played by Hagiwara Riku and Yagi Yusei.
In high school, awkward and insecure Hira Kazunari (Hagiwara Riku) fell hopelessly in love with popular and beautiful classmate Kiyoi Sou (Yagi Yusei), to the extent of idolizing him. After graduating high school and experiencing various twists and turns, the two reunited and affirmed their feelings for each other. As Hira's college days draw to a close, he starts working as a photographer's assistant. The distance between them begins to grow because Hira doesn't want to get in the way of Kiyoi's acting career. In Hira's eyes, Kiyoi is like a god, but Kiyoi just wants an ordinary love on equal footing.
This edition comes with a storage box, a booklet and special features including audio commentary by Hagiwara Riku and Yagi Yusei, making-of, stage greetings, outtakes, deleted scenes and trailers.
Monster (2023) (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version) Blu-ray Region All
Kore-eda Hirokazu (Director)
| Kakuta Akihiro (Actor)
| Takahata Mitsuki (Actor)
| Kurokawa Soya (Actor)
Director Kore-eda Hirokazu and screenwriter Sakamoto Yuji collaborate for the first time for the film Monster, which won Best Screenplay and the Queer Palm at the 76th Cannes Film Festival. Sensitive, multi-layered and deeply human, Monster employs a Rashomon-like structure to gradually reveal the different experiences and perspectives of various characters, and the complex inner world of the precocious boys at the heart of the story. Child actors Kurokawa Soya and Hiiragi Hinata are surrounded by an all-star ensemble cast that includes Ando Sakura, Nagayama Eita, Takahata Mitsuki, Nakamura Shido and legendary actress Tanaka Yuko. The film features music by legendary composer Sakamoto Ryuichi.
Single mother Saori (Ando Sakura) is concerned about her son Minato (Kurokawa Soya), who has been behaving erratically. After hearing something upsetting about Minato's homeroom teacher (Nagayama Eita), she goes to his school to address the matter, only to be stonewalled by the frustratingly evasive principal (Tanaka Yuko) and teaching staff. Determined to protect her son, Saori pushes for a proper response from the school, but then conflicting accounts emerge about Minato fighting with classmate Yori (Hiiragi Hinata).
This edition comes with a bonus disc containing making-of and event footage.
One Last Bloom (DVD) (Standard Edition) (Japan Version) DVD Region 2
| Hashimoto Kanna
| Zeze Takahisa (Director)
| Tanaka Takuto
A former boxer finds a new lease on life coaching a young boxer in Zeze Takahisa's One Last Bloom. Based on the novel Haru ni Chiru by Sawaki Kotaro, the boxing drama stars Sato Koichi (Familia), Yokohoma Ryusei (Usogui) and Hashimoto Kanna (Once Upon a Crime).
After retiring from boxing, Hirooka Jinichi (Sato Koichi) moved to the U.S. and started a successful business, but his heart feels incomplete. He suddenly returns to his hometown for the first time in 40 years. Hirooka visits his old gym and meets Kuroki Shogo (Yokohama Ryusei), who is on the verge of quitting boxing due to his anger over an unfair loss. Shogo begs Hirooka to coach him, and then Hirooka's niece Kanako (Hashimoto Kanna) also joins them, marking the start of their strange new life together. Hirooka's passion to make Shogo a champion not only reinvigorates them both, but also motivates people around them who once gave up on their dreams.
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