Nana Komatsu and co-star Mugi Kadowaki were at the Toho Cinema in Shinjuku (Tokyo) today for yet another presentation and thanks and greeting party for Sayonara Kuchibiru aka Farewell Song. They were joined by stylist Daisuke Iga who was in charge of their costumes in the movie.
On a side note, the film enjoyed a successful premiere at the Shangai International Film Festival yesterday, tickets reportedly being sold out in less than 6 minutes.
Gaga Corporation belongs to a small club of dynamic film companies from Japan that strive to push their films on the international market. Three movies starring Nana Komatsu are currently available from their International Sales Catalogue. Below is some information about those.
Farewell Song: the movie had its Japanese theatrical release on Friday May 31 (nationwide). Taiwan will follow on August 23, a Chinese trailer is now available. Last but not least, Farewell Song will premiere at the Shanghai International Film Festival in the Rhapsody section, dedicated to musicals.
It comes: director Tetsuya Nakashima‘s very personal take on horror will be screened at the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival in South Korea on June 29, July 4 and July 7. English page.
The film is now in Japanese theatres, all over the country, let’s celebrate with videos. Here is a collection of teasers, trailers, music videos and promotional clips released by Gaga and available from their YouTube Channel.
Director Akihiko Shiota and his lead actors were at the Toho Cinema in Shinjuku, Tokyo, for the nationwide theatrical release of Sayonara Kuchibiru, yesterday (Japan time). Nana Komatsu,Mugi Kadowaki and Ryou Narita entertained the audience before the actual screening.
Nana Komatsu and co-star Mugi Kadowaki on the promotion frontline again, this time in an interview for Fudge Magazine. The two young actresses talk at length about the complexities of emotions that bind, cement and also part Haru and Leo in the road movie/musical from Akihiko Shiota, in Japanese theatres on Friday.
They also develop a bit about Shima, their roadie (impersonated by Ryo Narita) who as a friend, roadie and manager tries to keep them together. Recalling the different performances, especially street appearances, the two reach the same conclusion, the music is a key element in the movie because some emotions can’t be explained or even conveyed through just words.