Sad Tea, Moment Trailers

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.


Sad Tea                                 Cinema Project Poster

Japanese: サッドティー

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?


Moment                            Cinema Project Poster

Japanese: モーメント

Romaji: Mōmento

Running Time: 74 mins.

Release Date: October 31st, 2013

Director: Junichi Kanai

Writer: Junichi Kanai

Starring: Seiji Okabe, Fumiko Aoyagi, Chihiro Nagai, Aya Kunitake

Two women united by the desire for vengeance. Ayame’s brother is in a vegetative state and Akiko’s sister was killed at an early age. They know where the perpetrators are and they want revenge but things may not be so simple



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