The Last Ten Years Preview

On Monday January 24, a special preview premiere for Michihito Fujii‘s Yomei 10 nen a.k.a. The Last Ten Years was held at the Marunouchi Picadilly Cinema in Tokyo. Director Michihito went on stage with his two leads, Komatsu Nana and Sakaguchi Kentaro, in the company of several cast members: Yuki Yamada, Nao, Haru Kuroki, Hideko Hara and Yutaka Matsushige.

Overwhelmed by emotion at some point, Komatsu Nana said she felt kind of burnt-out at the end of the shooting (she lost a lot of weight to play the role) but confessed she was very happy to be on the stage to present a film that means a lot to her. She thanked the cast and crew for their hard work.

The film, distributed by Warner Japan, is bound for a Japanese official release on Friday March 4, nationwide. Official Film Site: The Last Ten Years.

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Koi Mushi Special Screening

Saturday November 13, Grand Cinema Sunshine in Shinjuku (Baltic 9 Complex): special screening followed by a Q&A session for director Kensaku Kakimoto‘s new film, Parasite in Love. Nana Komatsu, Kento Hayashi (the two leads), Arata Iura, Ryo Ishibashi (main supporting cast) attended with Kakimoto-san. Official Film Site.

Disclaimer: While spreading news about the activities of actress and model Nana Komatsu, we are also happily giving exposure to those who are working with her. By offering free publicity to a large number of media outlets, artists and journalists, and thus promoting Japanese cinema, fashion and pop culture, we are increasing visibility.  If you feel this post is not fair use of your articles, pictures or any other material, please let us know via the contact form before engaging in negative and counter productive procedures, we will gladly take appropriate steps to fulfil your request(s).

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Moonlight Shadow at T.I.F.F.

Moonlight Shadow had its Japanese theatrical release on September 10 so Monday’s screening at T.I.F.F. hardly was a premiere for the film which was part of the Nippon Cinema Now selection. It was though, for actress Komatsu Nana who officially attended the famous festival for the very first time. On November 1, at 6.20 p.m. JST, the lights went off at the Toho Cinema in Hibiya, Tokyo and the audience watched Edmund Yeo’s poetic adaptation of Banana Yoshimoto‘s novella.

It’s a journey into pain, sorrow and grief yet with a touch of lightness as well as hope and recovery in the end. Having watched it four times, I won’t back down: the film is beauty, Nana Komatsu’s perf a stellar one.

There were stage greetings and a Q&A session, co-stars Hio Miyazawa and Himi Sato joined in…

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Koi Mushi Promo Campaign

Less than a month to go before the release of Parasite in Love in Japanese theaters on November 12. ‘Koi Mushi‘, a shorter nametag for Koi Suru Kiseichu/恋する寄生虫, stars Komatsu Nana and Kento Hayashi and is directed by Kensaku Kakimoto. On Thursday October 14, there was a women-only preview at the Grand Cinema Sunshine in Ikebukuro, Tokyo. The two leads and the director attended…

On this post: the Ikebukuro preview, the OST artists, other related news…


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Plot by AsianWiki : A young man named Kengo Kosaka (Kento Hayashi) suffers from extreme mysophobia. Due to his compulsive disorder, he is unable to maintain a relationship with anyone. Kengo Kosaka is also a lonely young man. Meanwhile, high school student Hijiri Sanagi (Nana Komatsu) has scopophobia. Because of her fear of being stared at, she refuses to go to school. Both Kengo Kosaka and Hijiri Sanagi do not expect to find love with another person, but they meet and fall in love. They have happy days, but ….

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Parasite in Love Preview

Parasite in Love, a film adaptation of a best-selling novel written by Sugaru Miaki, will hit Japanese theaters on November 12. On Wednesday September 29, director Kensaku Kakimoto attended a preview at the Wald 9 Cinema in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Co-stars Nana Komatsu and Kento Hayashi, the two leads, also went on stage to welcome the audience and answer a few questions.

The two comedians said they were impressed by the director’s mastery of CG for the movie’s special effects. They also talked about the shooting which ended just before covid impacted Japan. Talking about his co-star, Kento Hayashi said he didn’t expect Nana Komatsu to be that easy-going and cheerful because of the image he had of her: cool and calm.

Disclaimer: While spreading news about the activities of actress and model Nana Komatsu, we are also happily giving exposure to those who are working with her. By offering free publicity to a large number of media outlets, artists and journalists, and thus promoting Japanese cinema, fashion and pop culture, we are increasing visibility. If you feel this post is not fair use of your articles, pictures or any other material, please let us know via the contact form before engaging in negative and counter productive procedures, we will gladly take appropriate steps to fulfil your request(s).


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