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Hanezu Japan 2011 | 91 min | OV | Colour | FF 2011

Naomi Kawase

Naomi Kawase, (*1969) was the youngest winner of the Camera d'Or in Cannes for her first feature Suzaku (1997). Ten years later the Japanese director won the Grand Prix in Cannes for The Mourning Forest.

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In ancient times, there were three small mountains that people believed were inhabited by gods. In those days, a powerful official used the mountains as a metaphor for a struggle inside his own heart. The mountains were an expression of human karma. Time has passed into the present. Takumi and Kayoko, inheriting the unfulfilled hopes of their grandparents, live out their lives. Their tale continues a story of the ages, representing the uncountable souls that have accumulated in this land.

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Orig. Title: Hanezu no tsuki
Filmtype: Fiction Feature
Original language: Japanese
Section: Agenda 11
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Director: Naomi Kawase
Screenplay: Naomi Kawase
Cast: Tohta Komizu, Hako Oshima, Tetsuya Akikawa, Akaji Maro
Producer: Naomi Kawase
Sprachfassung: OV
Music: Hasiken
Camera: Naomi Kawase
Set Designer:
Cutter: Naomi Kawase, Kaneko Yusuke, Tina Baz
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Format: HDCam
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German Distributor:
World Sales: Memento Films International | 6 Cité Paradis | 75010 Paris | France | Phone: +33 1 53 34 90 27 | Email: marion@memento-films.com
Production: Kumie, Inc.
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