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The cast includes Tetsu Sawaki (Shuji Matsuda, the 17-year-old high school student), Yumi Asou (Aikawa, the convenience store clerk),
(the middle-aged yakuza), and Jun Murakami (Kurosawa, the taxi driver).
At the 37th Yokohama Film Festival, the film was chosen as the second best Japanese film of 2015. Ryōsuke Hashiguchi won the award for Best Director and
won the award for Best Supporting Actor.
Others include : Akira Emoto, Itsuji Itao, Ayumi Ito, Ryo Katsuji, Kyōko Koizumi, Hitomi Kurihara, Miyuki Matsuda,
, Aoi Miyazaki, Noriko Sengoku, Tomorowo Taguchi, Rena Takeshita, Tetsushi Tanaka, Susumu Terajima, ...
She appeared in Yojiro Takita's 1986 film "Comic Magazine" with Yuya Uchida and Beat Takeshi. She also appeared in Lee Sang-il's 2002 film "Border Line" with Tetsu Sawaki and
Toma (Masaki Suda) lives with his father, Madoka (
), and Madoka's lover, Kotoko (Yukiko Kinoshita) on the riverside in Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi Prefecture. Toma's mother, Jinko (Yuko Tanaka), resides on the other side of the bridge, making a living by cleaning fish. Madoka routinely beats and chokes women when having a sex. As Madoka's son, Toma is afraid of becoming like his father.
At the 37th Yokohama Film Festival, the film was chosen as the 9th best Japanese film of 2015. won the award for Best Screenplay, Kiyohiko Shibukawa won the award for Best Actor,
won the award for Best Supporting Actor and Aoba Kawai won the award for Best Supporting Actress.
The film features several cameos and supporting appearances, including Kengo Kora, Ren Osugi, Akira Emoto, Kimiko Yo, Jun Kunimura, Mikako Ichikawa, Pierre Taki, Takumi Saito, Keisuke Koide, Arata Furuta, Sei Hiraizumi, Kenichi Yajima, Tetsu Watanabe,
, Kyūsaku Shimada, Kanji Tsuda, Issei Takahashi, Shinya Tsukamoto, Kazuo Hara, Isshin Inudo, Akira Ogata, Shingo Tsurumi, Suzuki Matsuo, Kreva, Katsuhiko Yokomitsu, and Atsuko Maeda. Mansai Nomura portrayed Godzilla through motion capture.
A shy and demure 17-year-old teenage girl named Noriko Shimabara (Kazue Fukiishi) lives with her quiet family, formed by her sister Yuka (Yuriko Yoshitaka), her mother Taeko (Sanae Miyata), and her father Tetsuzo (
), in Toyokawa, Japan. Noriko finds her small-town life unsatisfying and craves to move to Tokyo, assuming she would live a more active life there. This sentiment is especially encouraged when she finds that her elementary school friend Tangerine (Yoko Mitsuya) is now working independently as an idol. Noriko's father is strictly against her going to the city, and plans on having her join a local university after school.
"Megane" tells the story of Taeko (Satomi Kobayashi), an uptight city woman, vacationing on a quaint Japanese island (later identified by the director as Yoron Island, Okinawa). Upon arriving at the Hamada Inn, she meets the eccentric inhabitants of the island: Sakura (Masako Motai), a mysterious older woman who runs a shaved ice stand on the island during the spring season, but accepts no money; Haruna (Mikako Ichikawa), a biology teacher who sighs about the lack of cute boys in her class; and Yuji the innkeeper (
) who draws confusing maps and boasts the lack of cell phone reception at his hotel.
A live-action adaptation of the manga was directed by , who had previously adapted Sasō's "Shindō". The film was shot in Noshiro, Akita, although the city council took issue with the film's themes. It starred – a new actress chosen from 400 children at an audition – as Haruna. It also featured Kumiko Aso, Juri Ueno, Mitsuki Tanimura, Yoshiko Miyazaki, and
. The subject matter was not unprecedented in Japanese cinema; a TV drama called "14-sai no Haha" ("14-Year-Old Mother") had been released in 2006; several writers also noted that the film followed the success of the similarly themed American film "Juno" (2007). The film's soundtrack was handled by Shugo Tokumaru, in his debut as a film composer. Prior to its release there were calls for it to be banned for its themes of teenage pregnancy, though screening went ahead as scheduled and the film debuted on 27 September 2008.
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