Blind Love (2005 film)

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Blind Love
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Theatrical poster for Blind Love's original release as Waisetsu steeji nando mo tsukkonde (2005)
Directed by Daisuke Gotō[1]
Produced by Mitsuru Fukudawara
Written by Daisuke Gotō
Starring Konatsu
Yōta Kawase
Music by Kentaro Nojima
Cinematography Masahide Iioka
Edited by Shōji Sakai
Distributed by Kokuei / Shintōhō
Release dates
August 12, 2005
Running time
64 min.
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Blind Love (ブラインド・ラブ わいせつステージ Blind love: waisetsu steeji?) originally released as Waisetsu steeji nando mo tsukkonde (わいせつステージ 何度もつっこんで?)[2] is a 2005 Japanese Pink film directed by Daisuke Gotō. It was given the Silver Prize at the Pink Grand Prix ceremony.[3] Presented by Pink Eiga, the film's U.S. distributor, Blind Love is featured as part of the 2009 New York Asian Film Festival.[4] Director Gotō and cinematographer Masahide Iioka are scheduled to attend.[5]

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In this romantic comedy, a blind girl falls in love with a man by listening to his voice, but she mistakes the man's friend to be the one with whom she is in love and begins dating him.[4]

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Preceded by
Housekeeper with Beautiful Skin: Made Wet with Finger Torture
Pink Grand Prix Silver Prize
2005
Succeeded by
Miss Hotel Call Girl: Healing Induction