The Blossoming of Kamiya Etsuko

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The Blossoming of Kamiya Etsuko
Directed by Kazuo Kuroki
Written by Kazuo Kuroki
Hideki Yamada
Starring Tomoyo Harada
Masatoshi Nagase
Music by Teizo Matsumura
Cinematography Koichi Kawakami
Edited by Yoshiyuki Okuhara
Production
company
Bandai Visual
AD-GEAR
TV Asahi
Wako
Pal Entertainments
Distributed by Pal Entertainments
Release date
  • August 12, 2006 (2006-08-12) (Japan)
Running time
111 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

The Blossoming of Kamiya Etsuko (紙屋悦子の青春, Kamiya Etsuko no Seishun) is a drama written by Masataka Matsuda. Later, a movie version, directed by Kazuo Kuroki and starring Tomoyo Harada and Masatoshi Nagase, was released in Japan on August 12, 2006.[1] Kuroki died several months before it was released.

Plot[edit]

In Kagoshima, in the final days of World War II, an offer of marriage comes to Etsuko Kamiya, who lives with her brother and his wife. The offer comes from Nagayo, but Etsuko is attracted to his friend, Akashi.

Cast[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • 31st Hochi Movie Award - Special Prize
  • 61st Mainichi Film Award - Cinematographic Award (Koichi Kawakami)
  • 21st Takasaki Film Festival - Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Manami Honjo)
  • Kinema Junpo Japanese Movie Best 10 in 2006 - 4th Place
  • Japanese Film Pen Club in 2006 - 2nd Place in Japanese films

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roman Rosenbaum; Yasuko Claremont (2011). Note 2: Legacies of the Asia-Pacific War: The Yakeato Generation. Routledge. p. 212. ISBN 978-0-415-57951-3. Retrieved 28 June 2017. 

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