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About The Pink Sky (Momoiro sora o) (Country: Japan; Year: 2011; Director: Keiichi Kobayashi; Writer: Keiichi Kobayashi; Stars: Ai Ikeda, Ena Koshino, Reiko Fujiwara, Tsubasa Takayama, Hakusyu Togetsuan)
A high school girl finds a wallet full of money and tracks down its owner, leading to unexpected consequences for the girl and her friends.
After School Midnighters (Hôkago middonaitâzu) (Country: Japan; Year: 2012; Director: Hitoshi Takekiyo; Writer: Yoichi Komori, Hitoshi Takekiyo; Stars: Fûrin Cha, Hozumi Gôda, Mariya Ise, Jûrôta Kosugi, Minako Kotobuki, Yûki Kuroda, Dai Matsumoto, Hiroshi Shimozaki, Hiromasa Taguchi, Ikuko Tani, Haruka Tomatsu, Sakiko Uran, Kôichi Yamadera, Hiroshi Yanaka, Yûsaku Yara)
"Kynstlijk" is a human model in a school. He moves only after midnight. One day, three naughty kids find him, and the craziest adventure begins…
Don't Dare To Stop Love (Country: Japan; Year: 2012; Director: Yoko Oguchi; Writer: Yoko Oguchi; Stars: Kazumi Fujishima, Yoshiro Hatori, Fumiko Abe)
A dying and delusional single mother devotes herself obsessively to her boyfriend but cannot cope when he starts to feel suffocated.
Olo, The Boy From Tibet (Country: Japan; Year: 2012; Director: Hisaya Iwasa; Stars: Olo, Momo Chenga, Lamo Tsuo)
One boy's story illustrates the experiences of present day Tibetans.
A Road Stained Crimson (Country: Japan; Year: 2012; Director: Tetsuhiko Nono; Writer: Tetsuhiko Nono; Stars: Hirofumi Arai, Jun Murakami, Niinobu Ryomei)
A former hitman trying to live a quiet life finds himself blackmailed at the same time as a boy arrives in desperate need of his guidance.
Sado Tempest (Arashi) (Country: Japan, UK, Hong Kong; Year: 2012; Director: John Williams; Writer: John Williams; Stars: Hirotaro Honda, Noriko Eguchi, Yoji Tanaka)
Shakespeare's The Tempest re-invented as a Japanese science fiction musical.