Love/Juice

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LOVE/JUICE
Love Juice (film).jpg
Directed by Kaze Shindō
Produced by Chikako Nakabayashi
Yukio Watanabe
Kazutoshi Wadakura
Written by Kaze Shindō
Starring Chinatsu Okuno
Music by Kenichiro Isoda
Cinematography Koji Kanaya
Edited by Yukio Watanabe
Distributed by Tsunku Town Films
Release date
1 June 2000 (Japan)
Running time
78 mins.
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Love/Juice is a 2000 Japanese film directed by Kaze Shindō. This is a debut feature film for Shindō, one of the few Japanese women directors.[1]

Plot[edit]

Twenty-something lesbian Chinatsu shares an apartment with Kyoko. Although Chinatsu and Kyoko have a passing attraction, Kyoko is mostly interested in men, especially one who tends the fish in a pet store, who despite her efforts, doesn't seem to be interested in her.

Cast[edit]

  • Mika Okuno as Chinatsu
  • Chika Fujimura as Kyoko
  • Hidetoshi Nishijima as Sakamoto
  • Toshiya Nagasawa

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Love/Juice". AllMovie. Retrieved 2013-09-15. 

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