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Bandai Astro Kyudan Vol.1 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Astro Kyudan Vol.4 (Japan Version) at 80.00 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Astro Kyudan Vol.4 (Japan Version)
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Astro Kyudan Vol.4 (Japan Version)
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Bandai Irasshaimase Kanja Sama (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Irasshaimase Kanja Sama (Japan Version)
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Bandai Gurozuka (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Tagatameni (Japan Version - English Subtitles) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Asano Tadanobu (Ichi The Killer, Vital) stars in the psychological drama, Tagatameni - literally translated as "For Whom do We Exist?" A young man, Tamio (Asano), is forced to make some serious decisions about his life when his young, beautiful wife is brutally murdered by a delinquent. Too young to go to prison, the boy is sent to a juvenile detention center from which he subsequently escapes. Should Tamio take matters into his own hands and seek vengeance for what has happened to him? Or should he offer forgiveness? If he seeks to avenge his wife's death, will he be damned for eternity? Also starring Erika, Chizuru Ikewaki, and Teppei Koike, and directed by Taro Hyugaji.
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Asano Tadanobu (Ichi The Killer, Vital) stars in the psychological drama, Tagatameni - literally translated as "For Whom do We Exist?" A young man, Tamio (Asano), is forced to make some serious decisions about his life when his young, beautiful wife is brutally murdered by a delinquent. Too young to go to prison, the boy is sent to a juvenile detention center from which he subsequently escapes. Should Tamio take matters into his own hands and seek vengeance for what has happened to him? Or should he offer forgiveness? If he seeks to avenge his wife's death, will he be damned for eternity? Also starring Erika, Chizuru Ikewaki, and Teppei Koike, and directed by Taro Hyugaji.
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Bandai Scrap Heaven (Japan Version - English Subtitles) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Scrap Heaven (Japan Version - English Subtitles)
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One night, three strangers find themselves taken hostage by a depressed and drunk salaryman on the bus home. He stands up, pulls a gun and demands that the bus stop. However, all their captor ends up doing is putting a bullet through his own head. However, this life defining moment has a profound effect on these three young, disaffected people, and together they head out on a mission to retaliate against society. They write a promise on a toilet wall - declaring that they will carry out whatever act is added below - and so their fates are put in the hands of those who read their message. Odagiri Joe (Shinobi), Kuriyama Chiaki (Battle Royale) and Kase Akira (Custom Made 10:30) star in this rebellious punk-pop tale from director Lee Sang Il.
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One night, three strangers find themselves taken hostage by a depressed and drunk salaryman on the bus home. He stands up, pulls a gun and demands that the bus stop. However, all their captor ends up doing is putting a bullet through his own head. However, this life defining moment has a profound effect on these three young, disaffected people, and together they head out on a mission to retaliate against society. They write a promise on a toilet wall - declaring that they will carry out whatever act is added below - and so their fates are put in the hands of those who read their message. Odagiri Joe (Shinobi), Kuriyama Chiaki (Battle Royale) and Kase Akira (Custom Made 10:30) star in this rebellious punk-pop tale from director Lee Sang Il.
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Bandai Yokubou (Japan Version - English Subtitles) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Yokubou (Japan Version - English Subtitles)
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Yokubou (a.k.a. Desire) is an erotic love story from Shinohara Tetsuo, the director of Heaven's Bookstore. Based on the best-selling novel, the film tells the story of Ruiko, played by Itaya Yuka, a junior high schoolgirl. She has been in love with a boy named Masami (Murakami Jun) for years, but she has never revealed her feelings to him. Masami is in love with Ruiko's best friend, Asao. Several years later, however, Ruiko crosses paths with Masami again, and this time she has the confidence to express her desires for him physically. But Masami has changed since last they met. As a result of a serious car accident, Masami is now sexually impotent.
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Yokubou (a.k.a. Desire) is an erotic love story from Shinohara Tetsuo, the director of Heaven's Bookstore. Based on the best-selling novel, the film tells the story of Ruiko, played by Itaya Yuka, a junior high schoolgirl. She has been in love with a boy named Masami (Murakami Jun) for years, but she has never revealed her feelings to him. Masami is in love with Ruiko's best friend, Asao. Several years later, however, Ruiko crosses paths with Masami again, and this time she has the confidence to express her desires for him physically. But Masami has changed since last they met. As a result of a serious car accident, Masami is now sexually impotent.
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Bandai Tanjo! Ultraman Mebius (Japan Version) at 27.20 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Tanjo! Ultraman Mebius (Japan Version)
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Bandai Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Live Action Series) 2 (Japan Version) at 77.50 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Live Action Series) 2 (Japan Version)
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Bandai Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (live action series) (Vol.4) (Japan Version) at 77.50 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (live action series) (Vol.4) (Japan Version)
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Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (live action series) (Vol.4) (Japan Version)
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Bandai Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Live Action Series) 6 (Japan Version) at 77.50 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Live Action Series) 6 (Japan Version)
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Bandai Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon - 97 Winter Special Musical Sailor Stars (Japan Version) at 65.00 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon - 97 Winter Special Musical Sailor Stars (Japan Version)
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Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon - 97 Winter Special Musical Sailor Stars (Japan Version)
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Bandai Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Memorial DVD Box - Anza Ohyama Part 2 (Japan Version) at 362.20 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Memorial DVD Box - Anza Ohyama Part 2 (Japan Version)
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Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon Memorial DVD Box - Anza Ohyama Part 2 (Japan Version)
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Bandai Tiger & Bunny The Live (Theatrical Play) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 102.70 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Tiger & Bunny The Live (Theatrical Play) (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Bandai Antarctic Chef (Blu-ray)(Normal Edition)(Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Antarctic Chef (Blu-ray)(Normal Edition)(Japan Version)
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Nishimura Jun was a chef at the Japan's Showa Station research outpost in Antarctica for two two-year periods. After he finished his duty, Nishimura wrote a series of popular books about his time at the station that became the basis of Okita Shuichi's The Antarctic Chef (a.k.a. The Chef of South Polar). The ensemble comedy depicts the lives of one particular Showa Station team, whose members' bond and sanity are held together by the delicious culinary treats of chef Nishimura, played by Sakai Masato. More like a series of hilarious vignettes than a film with a single cohesive narrative, The Antarctic Chef is a delightful deadpan comedy about the magical power of a good meal, even when you're trying to survive winter in Antarctica. As Okita's feature directorial debut, The Antarctic Chef earned the young filmmaker multiple newcomer awards in Japan. Sitting 3800 meters above sea level, the Showa Station in Antarctica is occupied by eight men four researchers, a communications assistant, a transportation expert, a doctor and most importantly, a chef. The Antarctic Chef depicts the little everyday issues the band of merry men run into, from silly pranks to convincing the chef to making fried giant prawns for dinner. Even when their work and the unbearably cold temperatures get them down, they can always rely on Chef Nishimura to offer a taste of home with his culinary delights. This edition includes trailers.
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Nishimura Jun was a chef at the Japan's Showa Station research outpost in Antarctica for two two-year periods. After he finished his duty, Nishimura wrote a series of popular books about his time at the station that became the basis of Okita Shuichi's The Antarctic Chef (a.k.a. The Chef of South Polar). The ensemble comedy depicts the lives of one particular Showa Station team, whose members' bond and sanity are held together by the delicious culinary treats of chef Nishimura, played by Sakai Masato. More like a series of hilarious vignettes than a film with a single cohesive narrative, The Antarctic Chef is a delightful deadpan comedy about the magical power of a good meal, even when you're trying to survive winter in Antarctica. As Okita's feature directorial debut, The Antarctic Chef earned the young filmmaker multiple newcomer awards in Japan. Sitting 3800 meters above sea level, the Showa Station in Antarctica is occupied by eight men four researchers, a communications assistant, a transportation expert, a doctor and most importantly, a chef. The Antarctic Chef depicts the little everyday issues the band of merry men run into, from silly pranks to convincing the chef to making fried giant prawns for dinner. Even when their work and the unbearably cold temperatures get them down, they can always rely on Chef Nishimura to offer a taste of home with his culinary delights. This edition includes trailers.
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Bandai Dreams for Sale (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 65.00 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Dreams for Sale (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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Following the award-winning Dear Doctor, Nishikawa Miwa once again explores the nature and consequences of deception with her latest film Dreams For Sale. The darkly comedic drama follows a couple that has fallen on hard times and discovers that marriage frauds may be their ticket out of financial hardship. In a radical departure from his usual comedic roles, Abe Sadao stars alongside Matsu Takako (Confessions) as the man who suddenly becomes the Casanova con man. Tanaka Rena (Wings of the Kirin), Kimura Tae (All Around Us), Suzuki Sawa, Ando Tamae and Ebara Yuka also co-star as the couple's unsuspecting victims in this relationship drama. Kanya (Abe Sadao) and Satoko (Matsu Takako) are happily married as the proud owners of a successful restaurant. However, a grease fire on the night of their restaurant's fifth anniversary destroys their almost-perfect lives. While Satoko puts on a tough face by working in a small ramen joint, Kanya falls into depression. One night, Kanya returns home with an envelope of cash, revealing to Satoko that he got it after sleeping with an old regular at their restaurant. Satoko decides to exploit her husband's newfound talent, training him to defraud well-off single women for money to open a new restaurant. The couple's plan is successful, but it also begins to take a toll on their marriage as Kanya begins to develop real feelings for his targets. This edition includes the short version making of and trailers.
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Following the award-winning Dear Doctor, Nishikawa Miwa once again explores the nature and consequences of deception with her latest film Dreams For Sale. The darkly comedic drama follows a couple that has fallen on hard times and discovers that marriage frauds may be their ticket out of financial hardship. In a radical departure from his usual comedic roles, Abe Sadao stars alongside Matsu Takako (Confessions) as the man who suddenly becomes the Casanova con man. Tanaka Rena (Wings of the Kirin), Kimura Tae (All Around Us), Suzuki Sawa, Ando Tamae and Ebara Yuka also co-star as the couple's unsuspecting victims in this relationship drama. Kanya (Abe Sadao) and Satoko (Matsu Takako) are happily married as the proud owners of a successful restaurant. However, a grease fire on the night of their restaurant's fifth anniversary destroys their almost-perfect lives. While Satoko puts on a tough face by working in a small ramen joint, Kanya falls into depression. One night, Kanya returns home with an envelope of cash, revealing to Satoko that he got it after sleeping with an old regular at their restaurant. Satoko decides to exploit her husband's newfound talent, training him to defraud well-off single women for money to open a new restaurant. The couple's plan is successful, but it also begins to take a toll on their marriage as Kanya begins to develop real feelings for his targets. This edition includes the short version making of and trailers.
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Bandai My-Otome Zwei (US Version) at 41.90 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai My-Otome Zwei (US Version)
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Bandai Oni-Chan no Hanabi (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 65.00 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Oni-Chan no Hanabi (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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In director Kunimoto Masahiro's Fireworks from the Heart, fireworks mean more than just pretty symbols burning away in the sky. For the attendees of the Katakai Festival, each burst represents someone's memory, someone's hope, or even someone's love. Tanimura Mitsuki (Box!) star as Hana, a high school girl who returns home from a long hospital stay to find that her gentle older brother Taro (Kora Kengo, Norwegian Wood) has become a hikikomori who shuts himself off from the world. To get Taro out of his room, Hana gets him to work and participate in the world-famous Katakai Festival, known for its spectacular fireworks. When Hana's leukemia returns, Taro finds the motivation to work even harder at the festival and set off the beautiful fireworks in his sister's name. Based on a 2006 documentary about post-earthquake Niigata, Fireworks from the Heart is a touching story about treasuring your family before it's too late. This edition comes with making of and trailers.
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In director Kunimoto Masahiro's Fireworks from the Heart, fireworks mean more than just pretty symbols burning away in the sky. For the attendees of the Katakai Festival, each burst represents someone's memory, someone's hope, or even someone's love. Tanimura Mitsuki (Box!) star as Hana, a high school girl who returns home from a long hospital stay to find that her gentle older brother Taro (Kora Kengo, Norwegian Wood) has become a hikikomori who shuts himself off from the world. To get Taro out of his room, Hana gets him to work and participate in the world-famous Katakai Festival, known for its spectacular fireworks. When Hana's leukemia returns, Taro finds the motivation to work even harder at the festival and set off the beautiful fireworks in his sister's name. Based on a 2006 documentary about post-earthquake Niigata, Fireworks from the Heart is a touching story about treasuring your family before it's too late. This edition comes with making of and trailers.
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Bandai Kyushu Tetsudo Kiko - JR Kyushu to Mitooka Eiji no Sekai (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 76.10 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Kyushu Tetsudo Kiko - JR Kyushu to Mitooka Eiji no Sekai (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Kyushu Tetsudo Kiko - JR Kyushu to Mitooka Eiji no Sekai (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Bandai Ultraman Saga (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Japan Version) at 77.50 SGD from YesAsia
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For the latest project of the Ultraman 45th anniversary celebration, Ultraman Zero returns and takes on a life-and-death battle to save our world in Ultraman Saga! This time, Ultraman Zero answers a distress call from Earth and becomes transported to an alternate universe in which Earth has been destroyed by the Alien Bat. Now, a pilot from another universe (played by Breakerz's Daigo), Ultraman Musashi, and a team of Earth Defenders (played by Team U of AKB48) must work with Ultraman Zero to save Earth from total destruction. With former Gamera art director Miike Toshio on board as Special Effects Director, Ultraman Saga returns the Ultraman franchise to old-school practical effects while taking advantage of cutting-edge 3D technology. Normal Edition Blu-ray features both the 2D and 3D versions of the film. It includes a stills gallery and a pamphlet. Note: A 3D television, a 3D Blu-ray player, and 3D glasses are required to view the 3D version of the film.
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For the latest project of the Ultraman 45th anniversary celebration, Ultraman Zero returns and takes on a life-and-death battle to save our world in Ultraman Saga! This time, Ultraman Zero answers a distress call from Earth and becomes transported to an alternate universe in which Earth has been destroyed by the Alien Bat. Now, a pilot from another universe (played by Breakerz's Daigo), Ultraman Musashi, and a team of Earth Defenders (played by Team U of AKB48) must work with Ultraman Zero to save Earth from total destruction. With former Gamera art director Miike Toshio on board as Special Effects Director, Ultraman Saga returns the Ultraman franchise to old-school practical effects while taking advantage of cutting-edge 3D technology. Normal Edition Blu-ray features both the 2D and 3D versions of the film. It includes a stills gallery and a pamphlet. Note: A 3D television, a 3D Blu-ray player, and 3D glasses are required to view the 3D version of the film.
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Bandai Keitai Sosakan 7 File 06 (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 77.50 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Keitai Sosakan 7 File 06 (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Bandai Hotel Hibiscus (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 65.00 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Hotel Hibiscus (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version)
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Three years after Nabbie's Love, writer-director Nakae Yuji offers another delightful comedy set on the balmy island of Okinawa. Based on Nakasone Miiko's same-titled manga, Hotel Hibiscus sees the world through the eyes of an adventurous young girl. Bright, sunny, and wholly enjoyable, the film follows young Mieko, portrayed by Kurashita Honami, on her episodic summer capers like her trip to the pineapple fields and her search for a spirit on the US military base. Then of course there's the daily comings and goings of her very eccentric and very international family - her brother is African-American and her sister is Caucasian - and their rundown "hotel" which has only one guest room. Co-starring Yo Kimiko, Wada Toshihiro, singer Teruya Masao, and Nabbie's Love grandma Taira Tomi, Hotel Hibiscus's humorous and heartwarming romp through Mieko's long and hot summer has the pleasant, lolling atmosphere and childhood magic of a live-action Ghibli film. Comes with making of and previews.
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Three years after Nabbie's Love, writer-director Nakae Yuji offers another delightful comedy set on the balmy island of Okinawa. Based on Nakasone Miiko's same-titled manga, Hotel Hibiscus sees the world through the eyes of an adventurous young girl. Bright, sunny, and wholly enjoyable, the film follows young Mieko, portrayed by Kurashita Honami, on her episodic summer capers like her trip to the pineapple fields and her search for a spirit on the US military base. Then of course there's the daily comings and goings of her very eccentric and very international family - her brother is African-American and her sister is Caucasian - and their rundown "hotel" which has only one guest room. Co-starring Yo Kimiko, Wada Toshihiro, singer Teruya Masao, and Nabbie's Love grandma Taira Tomi, Hotel Hibiscus's humorous and heartwarming romp through Mieko's long and hot summer has the pleasant, lolling atmosphere and childhood magic of a live-action Ghibli film. Comes with making of and previews.
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Bandai INAGAWA JUNJI NO CHOU KOWAI HANASHI OSOROSHII (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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INAGAWA JUNJI NO CHOU KOWAI HANASHI OSOROSHII (Japan Version)
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Bandai ULTRA GALAXY DAI KAIJU BATTLE NEVER ENDING ODYSSEY 2 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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ULTRA GALAXY DAI KAIJU BATTLE NEVER ENDING ODYSSEY 2 (Japan Version)
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Bandai INAGAWA JUNJI NO CHOU KOWAI HANASHI OSOROSHII (Japan Version) at 28.30 SGD from YesAsia
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INAGAWA JUNJI NO CHOU KOWAI HANASHI OSOROSHII (Japan Version)
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Bandai Ultraman Zero Gaiden Killer The Beatstar - Stage I: Kotetsu no Uchu (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 65.00 SGD from YesAsia
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Ultraman Zero Gaiden Killer The Beatstar - Stage I: Kotetsu no Uchu (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Bandai Ultraman Zero Gaiden Killer The Beatstar - Stage II: Ryusei no Chikai (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 65.00 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Keitai Sosakan 7 File 05 (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 77.50 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai GEKIJOU BAN ULTRAMAN COSMOS 2 THE BLUE PLANET MUSASHI 13 SAI SHOUNEN HEN (Japan Version) at 27.20 SGD from YesAsia
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GEKIJOU BAN ULTRAMAN COSMOS 2 THE BLUE PLANET MUSASHI 13 SAI SHOUNEN HEN (Japan Version)
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Bandai Feel the Wind (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 65.00 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Feel the Wind (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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The annual Tokyo-Hakone Collegiate Ekiden relay marathon is one of the biggest university athletic events of the year in Japan, and its participants are easily some of the hardest working athletes in the country. Their devotion and hard work is at the center of Miura Shion's popular novel Feel the Wind. After its incarnations as a radio drama and a stage play, the inspirational story now hits the silver screen as the directorial debut of writer Omori Sumio (A Hardest Night) with stars Koide Keisuke (Rookies), Hayashi Kento (Dive!!), and Dante Carver, one of Japan's hottest advertising stars. Haiji (Koide Keisuke) transfers to Kansei University and is invited to move into Chikuseiso, the dormitory for the school's relay running team, by Kakeru (Hayashi Kento). Known as a star runner back in high school, Haiji realizes that the dormitory has enough people to make a relay marathon team and proposes to compete in the Hakone Ekiden. With a strict training regiment, will this group of underdogs triumph at the notoriously tough marathon? Blu-ray Edition comes with TV spots and making of.
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The annual Tokyo-Hakone Collegiate Ekiden relay marathon is one of the biggest university athletic events of the year in Japan, and its participants are easily some of the hardest working athletes in the country. Their devotion and hard work is at the center of Miura Shion's popular novel Feel the Wind. After its incarnations as a radio drama and a stage play, the inspirational story now hits the silver screen as the directorial debut of writer Omori Sumio (A Hardest Night) with stars Koide Keisuke (Rookies), Hayashi Kento (Dive!!), and Dante Carver, one of Japan's hottest advertising stars. Haiji (Koide Keisuke) transfers to Kansei University and is invited to move into Chikuseiso, the dormitory for the school's relay running team, by Kakeru (Hayashi Kento). Known as a star runner back in high school, Haiji realizes that the dormitory has enough people to make a relay marathon team and proposes to compete in the Hakone Ekiden. With a strict training regiment, will this group of underdogs triumph at the notoriously tough marathon? Blu-ray Edition comes with TV spots and making of.
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Bandai Ultraman Max Vol.9 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Ultraman Max Vol.9 (Japan Version)
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Ultraman Max Vol.9 (Japan Version)
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Bandai Ultraman Max Vol.6 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Ultraman Max Vol.6 (Japan Version)
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Ultraman Max Vol.6 (Japan Version)
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Bandai Garo Vol.7 (Japan Version) at 77.50 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Garo Vol.7 (Japan Version)
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Garo Vol.7 (Japan Version)
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Bandai Heart, beating in the dark (2005) (Japan Version - English Subtitles) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Heart, beating in the dark (2005) (Japan Version - English Subtitles)
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One of the most influential directors of Japanese cinema, Nagasaki Shunichi spun cinematic gold in 1982 with one room, two unknown actors, and a Super 8 camera. The raw, provocative Heart, beating in the dark presented one dark night in the lives of a desperate young couple on the run with a terrible secret - they murdered their own child. Twenty plus years later, Nagasaki revisits his experimental indie classic and in the process redefines the film language. A remake, sequel, and documentary all in one, the 2005 Heart, beating in the dark is best described as a rethinking of the original film. The contemplative, multi-layered tale of morality and fallibility, regret and redemption, witnesses the passage of time by bringing two generations of actors and characters together for an innovative film collage. Muroi Shigeru and Naito Takashi, who have long become celebrities since the original film, reprise their roles as Ringo and Inako. Older and wiser, they meet up 23 years later to confront the shadows of their youth. A chance for redemption comes when they encounter their younger counterparts, Toru (Honda Shoichi) and Yuki (Eguchi Noriko), who share the same terrible secret they do. Like the original, the film includes role reversals, philosophical musings, and experimental elements. The new Heart, beating in the dark also acts as a commentary on itself, with footage of the directors and actors discussing their perspectives on the characters and the reasons for revisiting the film. Daring and controversial without resorting to shock elements, Nagasaki candidly addresses the ghosts within in this accomplished bittersweet tome to the wrinkles of life.
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One of the most influential directors of Japanese cinema, Nagasaki Shunichi spun cinematic gold in 1982 with one room, two unknown actors, and a Super 8 camera. The raw, provocative Heart, beating in the dark presented one dark night in the lives of a desperate young couple on the run with a terrible secret - they murdered their own child. Twenty plus years later, Nagasaki revisits his experimental indie classic and in the process redefines the film language. A remake, sequel, and documentary all in one, the 2005 Heart, beating in the dark is best described as a rethinking of the original film. The contemplative, multi-layered tale of morality and fallibility, regret and redemption, witnesses the passage of time by bringing two generations of actors and characters together for an innovative film collage. Muroi Shigeru and Naito Takashi, who have long become celebrities since the original film, reprise their roles as Ringo and Inako. Older and wiser, they meet up 23 years later to confront the shadows of their youth. A chance for redemption comes when they encounter their younger counterparts, Toru (Honda Shoichi) and Yuki (Eguchi Noriko), who share the same terrible secret they do. Like the original, the film includes role reversals, philosophical musings, and experimental elements. The new Heart, beating in the dark also acts as a commentary on itself, with footage of the directors and actors discussing their perspectives on the characters and the reasons for revisiting the film. Daring and controversial without resorting to shock elements, Nagasaki candidly addresses the ghosts within in this accomplished bittersweet tome to the wrinkles of life.
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Bandai Big River (Japan Version) at 69.50 SGD from YesAsia
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From Funahashi Atsushi, the director of the 2002 film Echoes, comes an offbeat road movie like no other! In 2005's Big River, a Japanese/Pakistani/American co-production, two men and one woman, all from decidedly different walks of life come together amidst the impressive landscape of Monument Valley, Arizona. To complement the film's arresting "road movie" narrative, director Atahashi and his co-writer/cameraman Eric Van den Brulle utilize wide-angle lenses, which help convey a wonderful sense of majesty in the desert scenes.Somewhere deep within the Arizona desert, a Japanese hitchhiker named Teppei (Odagiri Jo from Bright Future and Shinobi) crosses paths with Ali (Kavi Raz), a middle-aged Muslim from Pakistan who only recently arrived to the United States. The two quickly become traveling companions, and when Ali's car breaks down, it's up to Teppei to find some gasoline. While searching for fuel, he ends up meeting Sarah (Chloe Snyder), a fetching young woman from the local trailer park. Sarah's mechanical know-how soon comes in handy, as she diagnoses the problem and invites the men home with her so she can do some much needed mechanic work to Ali's ailing car. A budding flirtation soon develops between Sarah and Teppei, and not long after, Ali reveals why he came to America in the first place - to find his estranged wife, Nadia. Her current whereabouts point to Phoenix, but will Ali like what he finds there? Discover the truth in this cross-cultural tale about friendships that know no borders!
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From Funahashi Atsushi, the director of the 2002 film Echoes, comes an offbeat road movie like no other! In 2005's Big River, a Japanese/Pakistani/American co-production, two men and one woman, all from decidedly different walks of life come together amidst the impressive landscape of Monument Valley, Arizona. To complement the film's arresting "road movie" narrative, director Atahashi and his co-writer/cameraman Eric Van den Brulle utilize wide-angle lenses, which help convey a wonderful sense of majesty in the desert scenes.Somewhere deep within the Arizona desert, a Japanese hitchhiker named Teppei (Odagiri Jo from Bright Future and Shinobi) crosses paths with Ali (Kavi Raz), a middle-aged Muslim from Pakistan who only recently arrived to the United States. The two quickly become traveling companions, and when Ali's car breaks down, it's up to Teppei to find some gasoline. While searching for fuel, he ends up meeting Sarah (Chloe Snyder), a fetching young woman from the local trailer park. Sarah's mechanical know-how soon comes in handy, as she diagnoses the problem and invites the men home with her so she can do some much needed mechanic work to Ali's ailing car. A budding flirtation soon develops between Sarah and Teppei, and not long after, Ali reveals why he came to America in the first place - to find his estranged wife, Nadia. Her current whereabouts point to Phoenix, but will Ali like what he finds there? Discover the truth in this cross-cultural tale about friendships that know no borders!
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Bandai Ultraman Mebius Vol.2 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai JASMINE WOMEN (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Garo Special - Byakuya no Maju Part.1 (Japan Version) at 77.50 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Sukitomo (Japan Version) at 63.60 SGD from YesAsia
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Following his performance in the gay-themed Boys Love, Saito Takumi, star of The Prince of Tennis musicals, continues to challenge perceptions of love, friendship, and sexuality with Sukitomo. Like in Boys Love, Saito plays opposite a Prince of Tennis co-star, this time Aiba Hiroki. Directed by Mihara Mitsuhiro (Photo Album of the Village), Sukitomo portrays that confusing time of youth when relationships become unclear and the precarious balance of love, friendship, and family is thrown asunder. The young and earnest Tomokazu (Saito Takumi) is in his third year of university and a member of the boxing team. He has a close friendship with freshman Yoshiki (Aiba Hiroki), whom he sees as a little brother. Little does he know, however, Yoshiki's feelings for him run a lot deeper. To add to the confusion, Tomokazu's stepsister Misao (Komatsu Airi) also secretly likes him and becomes jealous of his relationship with Tomokazu. What will Tomokazu do when he finds out their true feelings?
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Following his performance in the gay-themed Boys Love, Saito Takumi, star of The Prince of Tennis musicals, continues to challenge perceptions of love, friendship, and sexuality with Sukitomo. Like in Boys Love, Saito plays opposite a Prince of Tennis co-star, this time Aiba Hiroki. Directed by Mihara Mitsuhiro (Photo Album of the Village), Sukitomo portrays that confusing time of youth when relationships become unclear and the precarious balance of love, friendship, and family is thrown asunder. The young and earnest Tomokazu (Saito Takumi) is in his third year of university and a member of the boxing team. He has a close friendship with freshman Yoshiki (Aiba Hiroki), whom he sees as a little brother. Little does he know, however, Yoshiki's feelings for him run a lot deeper. To add to the confusion, Tomokazu's stepsister Misao (Komatsu Airi) also secretly likes him and becomes jealous of his relationship with Tomokazu. What will Tomokazu do when he finds out their true feelings?
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Bandai Ultraman Mebius Volume 8 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai Ultraman Mebius Volume 8 (Japan Version)
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Bandai ULTRAMAN MEBIUS SAIKYO ! ULTRA KYOUDAI (Japan Version) at 27.20 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Pretty Solider SAILOR MOON (live action series) (Vol.1) (Japan Version) at 77.50 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (Live Action Series) 5 (Japan Version) at 77.50 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai New Air Base Series Extra The History of JASDF - 50 Years Anniversary (Japan Version) at 90.10 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Jump (Japan Version - English Subtitles) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Pretty Soldier Sailor moon: Special Act (Japan Version) at 88.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Tsukino Usagi, better known as Sailor Moon, is back! This sequel of the live action Sailor Moon TV series, this original story is only available on video! Four years after the battle to save the world, the Sailors are now living an ordinary life. Ami is studying to be a doctor, Rei is training to polish her skill, Minako is traveling around the world as an artist, Makoto is studying to be a flower arranger, and Usagi is going to get married. However, the Queen of the Dark Kingdom is about to wake up again to destroy the world! Join Tsukino Usagi/Sailor Moon (played by Sawai Miyuu), Mizuno Ami/Sailor Mercury (Hama Chisaki), Hino Rei/Sailor Mars (Kitagawa Keiko), Kino Makoto/Sailor Jupitor (Azama Miyuu), Aino Minako/Sailor Venus (Komatsu Ayaka), and Sailor Luna (Koike Rina) in this brand new adventure!
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Tsukino Usagi, better known as Sailor Moon, is back! This sequel of the live action Sailor Moon TV series, this original story is only available on video! Four years after the battle to save the world, the Sailors are now living an ordinary life. Ami is studying to be a doctor, Rei is training to polish her skill, Minako is traveling around the world as an artist, Makoto is studying to be a flower arranger, and Usagi is going to get married. However, the Queen of the Dark Kingdom is about to wake up again to destroy the world! Join Tsukino Usagi/Sailor Moon (played by Sawai Miyuu), Mizuno Ami/Sailor Mercury (Hama Chisaki), Hino Rei/Sailor Mars (Kitagawa Keiko), Kino Makoto/Sailor Jupitor (Azama Miyuu), Aino Minako/Sailor Venus (Komatsu Ayaka), and Sailor Luna (Koike Rina) in this brand new adventure!
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Bandai A Making of ' Nobody Knows ' (Japan Version) at 29.70 SGD from YesAsia
Bandai A Making of ' Nobody Knows ' (Japan Version)
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The biggest surprise at the Cannes Film Festival this year is fourteen year old Japanese actor Yagira Yuuya beating old-pros like Tony Leung, Geoffrey Rush, Tom Hanks and Gael Garcia Bernal to claim the Best Actor award, becoming the youngest winner in Cannes history. This is a documentary that follows the journey of Yagira Yuuya's involvement with the acclaimed Japanese film Nobody Knows. This making of documentary of the film about four children having to fend for themselves after their mother left them behind will contain a lot of never before seen footage, as well as containing auditions of actors, the filming and going to Cannes. This 41 minute disc is the perfect companion to the film, and a chance for you to find out the process of the making of this magical film! Contents: 2002 summer: Auditions 2002 fall: Start Filming 2002 winter: The Second Shoot 2003 spring: The 3rd shoot2003 summer: The end of shooting2004 May: At the Cannes Film Festival After Cannes Film Festival, Yagira Yuuya got an award from the Minister of Education and Science. He is set to shoot a new film in the near future.
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The biggest surprise at the Cannes Film Festival this year is fourteen year old Japanese actor Yagira Yuuya beating old-pros like Tony Leung, Geoffrey Rush, Tom Hanks and Gael Garcia Bernal to claim the Best Actor award, becoming the youngest winner in Cannes history. This is a documentary that follows the journey of Yagira Yuuya's involvement with the acclaimed Japanese film Nobody Knows. This making of documentary of the film about four children having to fend for themselves after their mother left them behind will contain a lot of never before seen footage, as well as containing auditions of actors, the filming and going to Cannes. This 41 minute disc is the perfect companion to the film, and a chance for you to find out the process of the making of this magical film! Contents: 2002 summer: Auditions 2002 fall: Start Filming 2002 winter: The Second Shoot 2003 spring: The 3rd shoot2003 summer: The end of shooting2004 May: At the Cannes Film Festival After Cannes Film Festival, Yagira Yuuya got an award from the Minister of Education and Science. He is set to shoot a new film in the near future.
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Bandai No Problem 2 (Japan Version) at 53.40 SGD from YesAsia
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The return of "No Problem" is back with Part 2! This movie is awesome, with an incredible cast and the return of Japanese superstar comedian, Okamura Takeshi, Sakai Wakana, Sam Lee and Yuan Biao. In this movie, Takeshi keeps the comedy alive while including some crazy "kung-fu" style action. Played as an action-comedy's hero Kensuke, Takeshi wins a trip to Hong Kong. However, he is mistaken for a killer and is assigned to kill a girl (Sakai Wakana) once he arrived. Worst of all, he found the girl falling in love with him. The movie "No Problem 2" takes place in Hong Kong as Takeshi finds himself in several jams. If you are into comedy with some kung-fu flavor pick up, "No Problem 2" DVD!
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The return of "No Problem" is back with Part 2! This movie is awesome, with an incredible cast and the return of Japanese superstar comedian, Okamura Takeshi, Sakai Wakana, Sam Lee and Yuan Biao. In this movie, Takeshi keeps the comedy alive while including some crazy "kung-fu" style action. Played as an action-comedy's hero Kensuke, Takeshi wins a trip to Hong Kong. However, he is mistaken for a killer and is assigned to kill a girl (Sakai Wakana) once he arrived. Worst of all, he found the girl falling in love with him. The movie "No Problem 2" takes place in Hong Kong as Takeshi finds himself in several jams. If you are into comedy with some kung-fu flavor pick up, "No Problem 2" DVD!
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Bandai Chicken Heart (Japan Version) at 67.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Kimi no Te ga Sasayaiteiru Final Chapter (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai No Problem (Moumantai) (Japan Version) at 67.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Kimi no Te ga Sasayaiteiru Chapter 2 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Ultraman Cosmo Vol.10 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Ultraman Gaia Vol.2 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Ultraman Gaia Vol.5 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Ultraman Gaia Vol.11 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Ultraman Gaia Vol.12 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Ultraman Gaia Vol.13 (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Inagawajunjinochou kowaihanashi 2003-01 at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Nosupointo04poto taun03 at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Norimonotankentaiu ntensekigogo at 27.20 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Mirai Ninja (aka Cyber Ninja) (Japan Version) at 65.00 SGD from YesAsia
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This is the first feature film from direcor and character designer Amamiya Keita. This modern-day samurai action film provides viewers with a peek into Amiyama's bizarre universe, where feudal samurais are armed with lasers and fight bad guys who look right out of modern day Japanese SFX movies. Already a cult classic, "Cyber Ninja" is also knows as Robo Ninja or Cyber Ninja in some circles.
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This is the first feature film from direcor and character designer Amamiya Keita. This modern-day samurai action film provides viewers with a peek into Amiyama's bizarre universe, where feudal samurais are armed with lasers and fight bad guys who look right out of modern day Japanese SFX movies. Already a cult classic, "Cyber Ninja" is also knows as Robo Ninja or Cyber Ninja in some circles.
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Bandai Purithiuman at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Masked Rider J (Japan Version) at 65.00 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Shirayuri club Tokyo e iku (Japan Version) at 52.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Click Cinema: Suki (Japan Version) at 53.40 SGD from YesAsia
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Bandai Nabbie's Love (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Japan Version) at 65.00 SGD from YesAsia
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Set on a small island in Okinawa, the quirky 1999 comedy Nabbie's Love (a.k.a. Nabbie no Koi) revolves around an elderly woman's 60-year love. Winning Nakae Yuji (Hotel Hibiscus) a Best Director award at the Japanese Professional Movie Awards, this film takes a humored look at how one spunky grandma's pursuit of love upturns life in a small village community. Acclaimed veteran actress and Okinawa native Taira Tomi stars as the eponymous heroine Nabbie. Noborikawa Seijin plays her on-screen husband, while real-life husband Taira Susumu plays her lover. Nishida Naomi (Climber's High) won Best Supporting Actress at the Hochi Film Awards and the Yokohama Film Festival for her turn as Nabbie's granddaughter. Backed by balmy island scenery and a jaunty score by Isoda Kenichiro and Michael Nyman, Nabbie's Love is a short, sweet, and delightful ode to living live to the fullest at any age. Quitting her job in Tokyo, Nanako (Nishida Naomi) returns to her hometown in Okinawa where her family still lives. Life in Okinawa is quiet, relaxing, and free of drama, until Nanako discovers that her grandmother Nabbie (Taira Tomi) is having an affair! Nabbie's illicit relationship with ferry captain Sunra (Taira Susumu) is a shock not only to the family, but to the whole village community. The village clan decides that Nabbie must cut off contact with Sunra who is no longer welcome on the island. But Nabbie, who was forced to separate from her true love sixty years ago, isn't about to give up so easily this time. Comes with trailer and director and cast message.
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Set on a small island in Okinawa, the quirky 1999 comedy Nabbie's Love (a.k.a. Nabbie no Koi) revolves around an elderly woman's 60-year love. Winning Nakae Yuji (Hotel Hibiscus) a Best Director award at the Japanese Professional Movie Awards, this film takes a humored look at how one spunky grandma's pursuit of love upturns life in a small village community. Acclaimed veteran actress and Okinawa native Taira Tomi stars as the eponymous heroine Nabbie. Noborikawa Seijin plays her on-screen husband, while real-life husband Taira Susumu plays her lover. Nishida Naomi (Climber's High) won Best Supporting Actress at the Hochi Film Awards and the Yokohama Film Festival for her turn as Nabbie's granddaughter. Backed by balmy island scenery and a jaunty score by Isoda Kenichiro and Michael Nyman, Nabbie's Love is a short, sweet, and delightful ode to living live to the fullest at any age. Quitting her job in Tokyo, Nanako (Nishida Naomi) returns to her hometown in Okinawa where her family still lives. Life in Okinawa is quiet, relaxing, and free of drama, until Nanako discovers that her grandmother Nabbie (Taira Tomi) is having an affair! Nabbie's illicit relationship with ferry captain Sunra (Taira Susumu) is a shock not only to the family, but to the whole village community. The village clan decides that Nabbie must cut off contact with Sunra who is no longer welcome on the island. But Nabbie, who was forced to separate from her true love sixty years ago, isn't about to give up so easily this time. Comes with trailer and director and cast message.
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Bandai INAGAWA JUNJI NO CHOU KOWAI HANASHI URAMESHII (Japan Version) at 39.80 SGD from YesAsia
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Basic colors like Blue are the most popular colors for Bandai Movies today. Astro Kyudan Vol.1 (Japan Version), Astro Kyudan Vol.4 (Japan Version) and Irasshaimase Kanja Sama (Japan Version) are popular Bandai Movies which you can purchase online. Panorama, Deltamac and Geneon Universal Entertainment are also available if you are thinking twice about having an Bandai Movies. You can get Bandai Movies for S$ 27.00 - S$ 3,842.00 on iprice! If you are looking for Bandai Movies, you can choose between Books, Movies and Music CDs.

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