Synonyms for yasuko_matsuyuki or Related words with yasuko_matsuyuki

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Examples of "yasuko_matsuyuki"
Mother is a Japanese television drama that aired on Nippon TV between 14 April and 23 June 2010, starring Yasuko Matsuyuki.
In Japanese, she is voiced by Yūko Satō in the first series and by Kikuko Inoue in the second. She is voiced by Laura Bailey in English. In the live-action film adaptation, she is portrayed by Yasuko Matsuyuki.
The cast of the film includes Ken Watanabe as Onchi, with Kōji Ishizaka, Kyōko Suzuki, Yasuko Matsuyuki and Tomokazu Miura in supporting roles. The violininst Diana Yukawa, whose father died in the real-world crash of JAL Flight 123, was involved in the music for the film.
It was announced that she will reunite with few of her former costars like Abe Sadao, Okada Masaki,Yutaka Takenouchi and Yasuko Matsuyuki,and Tokkan /Tsuna Hiichatta! director in a comedy film "King of Apology" which will be released in September 2013.
Yasuko Matsuyuki was born in 1972 in Tosu, Saga. In 1989, while she was in high school, Matsuyuki won a Non-no fashion magazine contest. After graduating from Tosu Commercial High School, she moved to Tokyo and started her career as a model.
Yasuko Hanaoka (Yasuko Matsuyuki) is a divorced, single mother who owns a restaurant. Tetsuya Ishigami (Shinichi Tsutsumi) is a reclusive, but brilliant mathematics teacher, who lives next door of Yasuko and Misato (Yasuko's daughter). Ishigami is solemn and introverted, and his morning exchanges with Yasuko from whose restaurant he buys lunch, is the brightest part of his day. When Togashi (Yasuko's abusive ex-husband) shows up one night to extort money from Yasuko, threatening both her and her teenaged daughter Misato, the situation quickly escalates into violence and Togashi is killed by mother and daughter on the apartment floor. Overhearing the commotion from his room and deducing that Togashi has been killed, Ishigami offers his help to the mother and daughter. He not only disposes the body, but also plots the cover-up step-by-step.
"Hula Girls" won several awards upon release, including five major awards at the 2007 Japan Academy Awards, including that of best film, best director, best screenplay, best supporting actress (for Yū Aoi), and most popular film. It also won best film and supporting actress award (for Yū Aoi) at the 80th Kinema Junpō awards, held on January 9, 2007. At the 31st Hōchi Film Awards, held on November 28, 2006, it won the awards for best film and supporting actress, while at the 19th Nikkan Sports Awards, held on December 5, 2006, it won the awards for best film, best actress (for Yasuko Matsuyuki), best supporting actress (for Sumiko Fuji) and best new talent (for Yū Aoi). At the 61st Mainichi Film Awards, held on January 19, 2007, it won the awards for best supporting actress (for Yū Aoi) and best film. At the 49th Blue Ribbon Awards, it won the awards for best film, best actress (for Yū Aoi) and best supporting actress (for Sumiko Fuji). It was also chosen for Japan's entry for the 79th Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
The live action film adaptation of the series, directed by Toshio Lee and written by Mika Ōmori, was released on August 23, 2008. It features performances by Kenichi Matsuyama, Rosa Kato, Kazuma Suzuki, Rumi Hiiragi, Yasuko Matsuyuki and a cameo appearance by Gene Simmons. It has been watched by more than 1 million people. The film was licensed in North America by Viz Pictures in July 2010 and released in November 2010. It has been reported that several offers have been made from United States and Hong Kong based companies to remake the film. "Detroit Metal City" was selected as a part of the 33rd Annual Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness Program on September 5, 2008. It was also shown for the first time in the United Kingdom on November 2008 in Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds. It was also shown as part of the 13th Japanese Film Festival in November and December in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia in 2009. The toy company Banpresto created a set of four plush dolls based on the characters and figurine company Kaiyodo created action figures for the North American market.