The Story of PuPu

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The Story of PuPu
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Directed by Kensaku Watanabe
Produced by Masakazu Takei
Written by Kensaku Watanabe
Starring Sakura Uehara
Reiko Matsuo
Seijun Suzuki
Yoshio Harada
Music by Jun Miyake
Cinematography Naoto Muraishi
Edited by Shinji Miura
Distributed by Little More Co., Ltd
Release date
April 4, 1998
Running time
73 min
Country Japan
Language Japanese

The Story of PuPu (プープーの物語, PūPū no monogatari?) is a 1998 Japanese film written and directed by Kensaku Watanabe and starring Sakura Uehara and Reiko Matsuo. The story follows two anarchistic girls on a road trip to visit the grave of a piglet named PuPu. It is Watanabe's directorial debut. Cult film director Seijun Suzuki appears in a small role.[1]



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