Tokyo biyori (1997)

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This is a biographical film about the late Yoko Araki, who was the wife of Japan's leading photographer, Nobuyoshi Araki.


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22 July 2002 | shadowshy
10
| Really enjoyed this film...
This is one of my very favorite films. For me, it had a good script, a plot, a good cast and a great film score. I think the casting is excellent. The cinematography is very beautiful but not overindulgent. The theme track throughout is simple but so many variations make it interesting and enhance the "moments" in the film.

This film had moments that were really touching. I don't think it was possible to fully comprehend what the wife was thinking all the time but nevertheless, their love had some very tender and sweet moments.

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Himawari
Written and Performed by
Taeko Ohnuki
Orchestra adaptation by Ryuichi Sakamoto
Available on Toshiba EMI Records

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Genres

Drama

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Release Date:

18 October 1997

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

Filming Locations

Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan

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