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Michiko Hada is a Actor Japonaise born on 24 september 1968

Michiko Hada

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Nationality Japon
Birth 24 september 1968 (55 years)

Michiko Hada (羽田美智子, Hada Michiko), born 24 September 1968 in Mitsukaido, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, is a Japanese actress.

Biography

Michiko Hada est l'épouse du chanteur Toshiaki Hirobe .

Usually with

Jun Ichikawa
Jun Ichikawa
(1 films)
Shirō Sano
Shirō Sano
(2 films)
Kimiko Yo
Kimiko Yo
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Michiko Hada (9 films)

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Actress

Paradise Kiss, 1h56
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Keiko Kitagawa, Osamu Mukai, Yusuke Yamamoto, Sea Kumada, Shunji Igarashi (五十嵐 隼士), Kento Kaku
Roles Yasuko Hayasaka
Rating63% 3.159723.159723.159723.159723.15972
Yukari Hayasaka se rend tous les jours dans une école privée prestigieuse à Tokyo, mais depuis peu, Yukari a des doutes quant à son mode de vie jonglant entre les cours normaux et ses cours spécialisés la préparant à des études supérieures selon le désir de ses parents. Un jour, elle est repérée comme mannequin par un designer en herbe du nom de George Koizumi. Yukari est intriguée par le monde de la mode, mais en voyant les différentes personnes qu'elle rencontre poursuivre leurs rêves avec un seul but en tête, elle va alors décider de trouver finalement son propre chemin.
Infection
Infection (2004)
, 1h38
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Horror
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about viral outbreaks, Disaster films
Actors Koichi Sato, Masanobu Takashima, Yōko Maki, Michiko Hada, Shirō Sano, Tae Kimura
Roles Dr. Nakazono
Rating60% 3.0023653.0023653.0023653.0023653.002365
At a hospital, Dr. Akiba refuses to admit a patient with a strange black rash and is alerted to a serious crisis in Room 3 where a burn victim has died, having apparently been given the wrong drug. Akiba, another doctor, and four nurses decide to cover up the cause of death and move the body to an unused room.
Flowers of Shanghai, 2h10
Directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien
Origin Taiwan
Genres Drama
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about prostitution, Erotic thriller films
Actors Annie Yi, Tony Leung Chiu-wai, Carina Lau, Michiko Hada, Jack Kao, Michelle Reis
Roles Crimson
Rating72% 3.643373.643373.643373.643373.64337
In four elegant brothels, called "Flower Houses", in fin-de-siècle 19th-century Shanghai (Qing dynasty), several affairs are described. Events presumably take place in 1884, a year named in one of the scenes. The action involves four men who live for pleasure, and takes place mostly in the light of oil lamps, giving the film a claustrophobic feel. Preparation and consumption of opium and tea occur more than once, and dishes of food are served and hot towels prepared in several scenes.
The Mystery of Rampo, 1h40
Genres Drama, Thriller, Romance
Actors Masahiro Motoki, Naoto Takenaka, Teruyuki Kagawa, Julie Dreyfus, Shirō Sano, Michiko Hada
Roles Shizuko
Rating65% 3.2949653.2949653.2949653.2949653.294965
In an animated introduction a man hides in a nagamochi while playing hide and seek with neighboring children, but he is locked in and can hardly breathe. When his wife comes home he manages to make a noise and she opens the lid to the trunk, and instead shuts it again.
Kaisha monogatari: Memories of You, 1h39
Directed by Jun Ichikawa
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Hajime Hana, Kei Suma, Issei Ogata, Kimiko Yo, Hitoshi Ueki, Michiko Hada
Roles Kamikihara's Wife
Rating65% 3.2555953.2555953.2555953.2555953.255595
The movie follows Hajime Hanaoaka as he struggles with his impending retirement from his administrative job at Tokyo Co. Ltd. He plans to retire on his birthday, December 25, after 34 years of service to the company. The film opens with Hanaoaka boarding a train to work. He goes through the motions of his daily schedule, looking troubled and sad. Hanaoaka is realizing, now that he is about to retire, exactly how much of his life was dedicated to his work, and how much he will lose when he has to leave it. When his coworker asks Hanaoaka to write a reflection on his 34 years of work at Tokyo Co., Hanaoaka writes, "It wasn't just my job. It was my life.... I spoke more with my staff than with my own son." To cope with his sadness, Hanaoaka turns to jazz music. He had played the drums in his past, but hadn't done so in a very long time. When some of his coworkers reveal that they, too, can play instruments, a group of them decide to form the Tokyo Co. Swing Band. This puts Hanaoaka in much better spirits, and he and his fellow musicians spend a lot of time together rehearsing and discussing jazz up until their final performance at Hanaoaka's retirement party.