Japanese Movies

Like Father, Like Son – Soshite Chichi ni Naru

This is the story of a great businessman (Masaharu Fukuyama), obsessed by money and success. His life undergoes a major transformation when he discovers that he is creating the child of another man for the last six years, since his son was switched at birth at the hospital.

Tokyo Family – Tôkyô kazoku

An elderly couple who live in a small island goes to Tokyo to visit their three children. Koichi (Masahiko Nishimura) is a busy doctor, Shigeko (Tomoko Nakajima) owns a beauty salon and Shoji (Satoshi Tsumabuki) works in stage arts. The film shows the interaction between all of them, and how the visit can become a disappointment or surprise for parents.

The ravine of goodbye – Sayonara keikoku

A woman suspected of killing her baby confesses to the police that she is having an affair with her neighbor Shunsuke Ozaki (Shima Onishi). At first, Ozaki and his wife Kanako (Yoko Maki) deny being connected to the crime, but later Kanako call the police and denounces her husband, who is detained. At the same time, two journalists, Watanabe (Omori Nao) and Kobayashi (Anne Suzuki), begin to investigate the case and find that Ozaki participated in a collectively rape; and the victim was his wife Kanako.

Why Don’t You Play in Hell? – Jigoku de naze warui

An eccentric film about the passion of some young people in cinema. Ten years after they came together, this group is still waiting for a chance to make a great movie. They have the opportunity when a Yakuza boss needs to make his daughter a movie star, before his wife get out of prison.

Still the Water – Futatsume no mado

In a Japanese subtropical island, Kaito (Nijirô Murakami) a 16 years boy discovers a body in the sea. His best friend Kyoko (Jun Yoshinaga) will try to help him to understand what happened in the island. Together they’ll learn about life, death and love.

Trailer subtitled in Portuguese

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