R | | Drama
A faded movie star and a neglected young woman form an unlikely bond after crossing paths in Tokyo.
When Charlotte goes to the arcade she sees the games Taiko no Tatsujin, (the game with the big drum) by Namco, GuitarFreaks by Konami, and Pop'n Music by Konami. The latter two are part of Konami's Bemani music game series which is very popular in Japan.
Welcome to Tokyo.
Bob: Thank you very much.
Ms. Kawasaki: My name is Kawasaki. Nice to meet you.
Bob: I've heard of you. Thank you.
The first time that Charlotte sits down with Bob at the bar, her lighter suddenly moves from on top of the pack of cigarettes to her hand when Bob lights the cigarette for her. After that, she puts down the lighter over the counter, a click sound can be heard. However when the camera switches back to the front shot the lighter is on top of the packet again.
At the end of the closing credits, Hiromix (Hiromi Toshikawa), seen throughout most of the party sequence, waves to the camera.
To get a PG rating in Australia, the topless bar scene was deleted, but restored in later versions
English, Japanese, German, French
$167,255 (Poland) (22 February 2003)
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