, 2h5 Directed byHiroshi Nishitani OriginJapon GenresDrama, Romance ActorsAya Ueto, Takumi Saito, Ayumi Itō, Hiroyuki Hirayama Roles Noriko Kitano Rating75% L'histoire se déroule trois ans après la fin du drama du même nom .
Yuichiro (Takumi Saitō) se rend dans une ville pour donner une conférence et retrouve son ex-maîtresse Sawa (Aya Ueto) pour la première fois en trois ans. Elle vit maintenant seule.
, 4h30 Directed byKiyoshi Kurosawa OriginJapon GenresDrama ActorsKyoko Koizumi, Yu Aoi, Eiko Koike, Sakura Andō, Chizuru Ikewaki, Ryō Kase Roles Mayu Murakami Rating64% A young girl, Emili, is killed by a stranger in elementary school. Although her four friends saw the suspect, they say they don't remember it. 15 years have passed and the incident is still unsolved. Emili's mother, Asako (Kyoko Koizumi), makes them do penance for it. The series focuses on the psychological repercussions on each of the four girls, 15 years later.
, 2h30 Directed byShinsuke Satō OriginJapon GenresScience fiction, Action, Horror ActorsKazunari Ninomiya, Kenichi Matsuyama, Yuriko Yoshitaka, Kanata Hongō, Natsuna Watanabe, Tomorowo Taguchi Roles Yutsuriko Aikawa Rating64% Standing at a subway station a young man, Kurono (Kazunari Ninomiya), watches as his old primary school friend, Kato (Ken'ichi Matsuyama), attempt to rescue a man who has fallen onto the tracks. Kurono ends up on the tracks with Kato after the man has been rescued, just as a train is speeding through the station. The pair are surprised to find themselves not dead, but rather relocated to a room with a few other people. When they turn around, they see a strange black sphere, about two meters in diameter.
, 1h48 Directed bySion Sono GenresDrama ActorsEiji Okuda, Ayumi Itō, Akira, Keiko Takahashi, Sōsuke Takaoka, Denden Roles Yoko Nakagawa Rating69% Shiro’s struggle with his father’s cancer and impending death leads to a realization that he must communicate his love and admiration for him before it’s too late. A series of flashbacks reveals their relationship over time, and the trouble Shiro faced connecting to his strict father who was also his teacher and soccer coach. With a consuming secret of his own, Shiro, now in his late 20s and about to get engaged, must eventually learn how to share it with his loved ones.
, 1h44 Directed byTian Zhuangzhuang GenresDrama, Biography ActorsChang Chen, Sylvia Chang, Akira Emoto, Ayumi Itō, Keiko Matsuzaka, Kaho Minami Roles Kazuko Nakahara Rating62% The Go Master shines a light on the life and times of Wu Qingyuan, pronounced Go Seigen in Japanese. Wu is considered the greatest Go player of the 20th century, his talents bringing him from his native China to a professional career in Japan when he was only a teenager. Based on Wu's autobiography, this elegantly shot and remarkably restrained biopic follows the life of a singular figure, fascinating not only for his genius and achievements in the game of Go, but also for his unique experiences as a Chinese man in Japan during an immensely turbulent period in history. Acclaimed Taiwanese actor Chang Chen (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon) portrays the titular role in a subtle, poignant performance that is as penetrating as it is opaque, underlying the brooding lyricism of the film. The Go Master co-stars Sylvia Chang, Matsuzaka Keiko, Emoto Akira, and Ito Ayumi, and Wu Qingyuan himself appears briefly in the film's prologue. Also of note is the film's costume design, which is by renowned designer Wada Emi (Ran, Hero, House of Flying Daggers).