|Directed by||Naoto Kumazawa|
|Produced by||Shunji Iwai
|Written by||Ami Sakurai
Shunji Iwai (As Aminosan)
|Music by||Hiroaki Yamashita|
|Release date(s)||October 21, 2006Tokyo International Film Festival)
October 28, 2006 (Japan)
|Running time||117 min.|
Rainbow Song (虹の女神 Niji no Megami?) is a 2006 Japanese film by director Naoto Kumazawa and produced by Shunji Iwai (who also co-wrote the screenplay under pseudonym Aminosan). Kumazawa had worked with Iwai before, having directed the making-of documentary for Swallowtail Butterfly.
Tomoya Kishida (Hayato Ichihara) is working as a staffer in a television studio when he hears about the death of his close friend, Aoi Sato (Juri Ueno). This sparks his recollection of the events in life they shared from meeting at a record store, shooting a short film as part of their university film club, to saying their last goodbyes. Though in love with each other, neither had the courage to confess their feelings before it was too late.
- Official website at the Wayback Machine (archived April 7, 2010) (Japanese)
- Rainbow Song at the Internet Movie Database
- Rainbow Song at AllMovie
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