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Yomigaeri
Mysteries In Kumamoto, And...
Date:26, Jan, 2023
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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Hello. I'm here talking about Yomigaeri today. It is the Japanese film released in 2003 January. You have never known? No problem. I'm going to introduce here. Its story was based on the Japanese novel with the same name written by Kajio Shinji. That movie made a hit and its main theme song "Tsuki no shizuku (Moon Drops)" sung by Shibasaki Ko also became popular so much at the time. And they say it got close to 3.1 billion yen as the box-office takings.

The story begins with the mystery in Kumamoto. They found some people who had already passed away revive and live normally there. Why? No one knows. Kawata (Kusanagi Tsuyoshi) is the young man who belongs to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. He was born in Kumamoto. He goes back to his hometown Kumamoto for the research. In Kumamoto, he meets Tachibana Aoi (Takeuchi Yuko). She had been familiar with him in her childhood. In fact, she lost her fiance Shunsuke by a maritime accident. Some people revived in the area, it is not unnatural that Shunsuke also came back to life. But She doesn't find her late fiance at all. Why? Kawata wonders, and starts the research there.

What waits for us at the last? Please check it really. By the way, Takeuchi Yuko passed away in 2020. It is said that she had kept supporting Kumamoto for restoration from the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake until the month she was gone though she wasn't from that area. Watching this film now may give something to you.

about Yomigaeri

・Directed by Shiota Akihiko
・Written by Shiota Akihiko, Saito Hiroshi, Inudo Isshin
・Music by Senju Akira
・Distributed by Toho
・Released on Jan. 18, 2003
・Running Time: 126 minutes





 

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