Synonyms for etsushi_toyokawa or Related words with etsushi_toyokawa

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Examples of "etsushi_toyokawa"
Etsushi Toyokawa plays Yuko's cousin, "Shoichi" who has a credible combination of good-heartedness and unreliability.
Loft is a 2005 Japanese horror film directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, starring Miki Nakatani and Etsushi Toyokawa.
The Kiss () is a 2007 Japanese crime drama film directed by Kunitoshi Manda, starring Eiko Koike, Etsushi Toyokawa and Toru Nakamura.
Etsushi Toyokawa portrayed Katō in "The Great Yokai War" (2005), directed by Takashi Miike. For this film, Katō is dressed in a modern black outfit instead of his usual military attire.
Nakatani starred in Hideo Nakata's "Chaos". She co-starred in Kiyoshi Kurosawa's horror film "Loft" with Etsushi Toyokawa. She won the Best Actress award at the 31st Hochi Film Award for "Memories of Matsuko" in 2006.
Kyoko Endo (Eiko Koike), a young and lonely female office worker, falls in love with Akio Sakaguchi (Etsushi Toyokawa), a man in prison for killing a whole family, at first sight when she watches a television news program telling about him. But Hasegawa (Toru Nakamura), his lawyer, worries about their relationship.
Additionally, The Ten Commandments of Dog Ownership was used as an inspiration for a novel written by Hare Kawaguchi. Published on 28 July 2007, this book is entitled . "10 Promises To My Dog" was later adapted into a 2008 Japanese film of the same name. The film was directed by Katsuhide Motoki, and stars Rena Tanaka, Mayuko Fukuda, Etsushi Toyokawa.
Iwai cast pop singer Miho Nakayama in the dual roles of Hiroko Watanabe and Itsuki Fujii. The film also launched the movie career of teenager Miki Sakai who won 'Newcomer of the Year' Award in the Japanese Academy Awards for her portrayal of Itsuki Fujii as a young girl. The main male roles were played by Etsushi Toyokawa as Akiba Shigeru and Takashi Kashiwabara as the male Itsuki Fujii.
While the film is a remake of the original "Battles Without Honor and Humanity" series, it has no direct similarities. Set in Osaka, it focuses on former childhood friends Kadoya Kaneo (Etsushi Toyokawa) and Tochino Masatatsu (Tomoyasu Hotei) as their lives cross paths again. Kaneo is now a yakuza member, while Masatatsu is a nightclub owner with a distaste for crime gangs. When a yakuza boss dies, a struggle for his position takes place between Kaneo's boss Awano (Ittoku Kishibe) and the young Nakahira (Kōichi Satō). Nakahira's men try to extort money from Masatatsu, bringing him in between a yakuza battle.
Near the end of the Second World War, Sadazo Morikawa (Naomasa Musaka) is one of a group of 100 overaged conscripts for the Japanese navy assigned to cleaning duty. Once the cleaning duty has finished, the members are chosen by lottery for various duties. Sadazo is assigned to serve in the Philippines. He thinks he will not survive, and asks a comrade, Matsuyama (Etsushi Toyokawa) to return a postcard to his wife, Tomoko (Shinobu Otake), and tell her that he received it before he died.
When an undercover FBI agent with a secret agenda (Kelly Hu), murders the skin head son (Ian Ziering) of high-ranking crime boss Frank Serlano (Michael Lerner), the mafioso retaliates by kidnapping the son of Zach Grant (Russell Crowe), the FBI agent in charge of the botched undercover sting. Simultaneously, Yuji (Etsushi Toyokawa), wanted dead by the Yakuza for forthcoming legal testimony, breaks free from Grant's supervision during a trans-Atlantic flight. Thus, causing their airplane, along with Mary (Helen Slater), the ditzy stewerdess accompanying them, to make an emergency-landing. In an attempt to free Yuji from the gaze of the Yakuza and regain custody of Zach's child from the mafia, the three crash survivors go off of the grid and set into motion a dangerous plan that could quickly facilitate their untimely demise.