Since ancient times, Japan’s culture, traditions, and language have captivated and inspired people all over the world. Look no further if you’re a fan of Japanese cinema! Prepare to be astounded by the number of Japanese films that have sparked international remakes! You can watch these movies whenever you want to release stress after a long day working for a Malaysia MLM software company, teaching students, after exercising and so on. We are all stuck in our house anyway. So, we hope that these Japanese movies can make your MCO days a little interesting.
I FELL IN LOVE LIKE A BOUQUET
What happens if you miss Tokyo’s last train? Mugi and Kinu, both 22 years old and trapped on an unoccupied platform at Meidaimae Station, meet by coincidence. As it turns out, the two have a lot in common in terms of interests and cultural preferences, and they instantly fall in love. I Fell In Love Like A Bouquet is a love storey set in modern-day Tokyo that follows the couple’s 5-year relationship. The film follows their relationship through its ups and downs as they graduate from college and enter adulthood.
Tatsuya Nakadai, Akira Ishihama, and Shima Iwashita star in the historical action drama Harakiri, which is set in Japan between 1619 and 1630. The film tells the narrative of Hanshiro Tsugumo, an aged warrior who approaches an overlord’s palace and requests to execute a ritual suicide, which the Lord accepts as a way to obtain pity and employment. The lord tells Hanshiro a storey about a man who asked the same question and was obliged to comply.
THE MASTER PLAN
Kida and Makoto, childhood friends who grew up in a difficult environment, have always had each other’s backs. When Makoto goes missing one day, their friendship changes. Kida enters the underworld and transforms into an unfeeling criminal to find his comrade. Makoto reappears two years later as the owner of a business. The Master Plan is a narrative about two friends who choose different courses in life and how they deal with their relationship’s changing dynamics.
Ryo Ishibashi, Eihi Shiina, and Tetsu Sawaki feature in the dramatic horror mystery film Audition, which is set in Tokyo, Japan. The film follows widowed Shigeharu Aoyama, who decides to arrange an “audition” led by his son to find a new bride. Shigeharu falls in love with one of the women who are auditioning for a film, but the woman he chooses is not who she appears to be.
First Love is a cinematic adaptation of the same-named award-winning mystery novel. Kanna Hijiriyama, a rising announcer and college student, has her entire life ahead of her — till she stabs and kills her father. Yuki Makabe, a psychologist, is tasked with handling the issue amid intense public scrutiny. Yuki starts to glimpse her younger self in Kanna as she tries to figure out the truth behind the tragic murder. Yuki’s entire history, which has been buried deep within her mind, begins to resurface as she dives deeper into the case.