A quick trailer post today to cover two films released on Halloween in Japan, thus reducing the load of trailers on Saturday. The films look like counter-programming for a weekend packed with big Hollywood/US (2 Guns, Behind the Candelabra) and Japanese releases (the latest SPEC film). Both are made by colleges connected to the Enbu Seminar/Cinema Project and were exhibited at the Tokyo International Film Festival. They are full feature films and not shorts and they come with experienced directors helming the projects.
Romaji: Saddo Tei
Running Time: 120 mins.
Release Date: October 31st, 2013
Director: Rikiya Imaizumi
Writer: Rikiya Imaizumi
Starring: Shunya Abe, Fumiko Aoyagi, Takuya Fuji, Kayo Hoshino, Aya Kunitake, Chihiro Nagao, Seiji Okabe, Ryutaro Ninomya, Yumi Sato
A love story about a group of people including an idol, a shop clerk and a salaryman who hangs out at a coffee shop. Will they meet the loves of their lives?