Itoshino Half Moon
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|Itoshi-no Half Moon|
Theatrical poster to Itoshi-no Half Moon (1987)
|Directed by||Yōjirō Takita|
|Produced by||Yoshiyuki Kaino|
|Written by||Hiroshi Saito (screenplay)
Mieko Harada (novel)
Itoshino Half Moon (愛しの ハーフ ムーン) is a 1987 Japanese film directed by Yōjirō Takita. Based on a novel by actress Mieko Harada, screenwriter Hiroshi Saito won the "Best Screenplay" award at the Yokohama Film Festival for this film.
- Maiko Itō: Yoko Sugino
- Ken Ishiguro: Osamu Yokoyama
- Shinobu Horie: Reiko Sugino
- Daisuke Shima: Hirokazu Ishida
- Yukijirō Hotaru: Man at 'Yu-chan'
- Yutaka Ikejima: Bar owner
- Midori Satsuki: Satoko Sugino
- Susumu Terajima: Hooligan
- Takashi Tsumura: Yusuke Taki
- Sakae Umezu: Yamahiko Sugino
- 愛しのハーフ・ムーン (in Japanese). Variety Japan. Retrieved 2009-04-14.
- 愛しのハーフ・ムーン (in Japanese). Japanese Movie Database. Retrieved 2009-04-14.
- Itoshi-no half moon at the Internet Movie Database
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