Kiraware Matsuko no isshô

Kiraware Matsuko no isshô

  • Director: Tetsuya Nakashima
  • Writer: Tetsuya Nakashima,Muneki Yamada
  • Countries of origin: Japan
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Release date: May 27, 2006
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85 : 1
  • Also known as: Memories of Matsuko
  • "The Life of Matsuko" is a 129-minute drama song and dance film released by Japan's Toho Cinemas. The film was directed by Tetsuya Nakashima, starring Nakatani Miki , Nagayama Eita , Yusuke Iseya , Kagawa Teruyuki, etc., and was released in Japan on May 29, 2006.
    The film is adapted from the novel of the same name written by Yamada Soki   .

    Details

    • Release date May 27, 2006
    • Filming locations Japan
    • Production companies Amuse Soft, Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS)

    Box office

    Gross worldwide

    $9,578,449

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    • By Kirstin 2022-09-29 13:52:11

      The life of the hated pine nuts

      Thankfully, this is the first film I've seen directed by Tetsuya Nakajima. This allows me to fully enjoy this huge surprise.
      As soon as I saw the poster, I thought it looked like the red one in "Angel Emily". And a series of quick cuts at the beginning of the film, interspersed with songs and dances, and plays within the play, also make people full of wonderful fantasy. The picture has always been like a fairy tale, with warm golden tones and flowers blooming in every corner of the...

    • By Darius 2022-09-20 20:32:15

      Born to be human, sorry

      "I'm really sorry I'm alive."

      This sentence appeared in "The Standard Bearer of the Twentieth Century" written by Osamu Dazai.

      "I'm sorry to be alive."

      This is what Songzi wrote in his diary.

      Many people don't understand what the phrase "I'm sorry, I was born to be" means, and neither do I. At the beginning, I thought this sentence was inexplicable. After seeing those two sentences, I seemed to understand something. After watching the movie "The Life of...

    • By Libby 2022-09-14 22:04:21

      Born to be human, I'm so sorry

      Last night, I was in a low mood. After reading "The Life of the Disgusted Matsuko", unlike many people who have watched touching or sad, I suddenly felt hopeful and felt very warm in my heart. After learning about her life, Matsuko's nephew said, "My aunt makes people laugh, loves others constantly, encourages others, but she is always scarred and lonely... If God is like aunt, I would rather believe in him." "Everyone who has watched the movie will probably ask, why some people can live so...

    • By Lola 2022-09-02 12:13:12

      I can't write a short review, just remember it

      While instilling vulgar romantic bubbles such as "every girl is a princess in a fairy tale" and "the greatest happiness is to find a lover to marry him" in childhood To teach women what they can do, no matter how bad a man (as a lover/husband/father/colleague in the workplace) treats women with indifference, deceit, sexual assault, and domestic violence for granted, they are bright but obscure, well-behaved children and girls Idols, coquettish mistresses, shopping girls, masseuses, young...

    • By Raegan 2022-08-21 20:00:02

      What are the highlights and memories of "The Life of the Disgusted Matsuko"?

      I think it was Matsuko’s sermons to young people on the court. She could have walked over as if she had nothing, but at the very beginning she was a teacher. The funny thing is that life is really a starting point and a circle. The end points always come together. When Matsuko preaches to young people like a teacher, the end of her life is also at this moment. I think it was Matsuko’s sermons to young people on the court. She could have walked over as if she had nothing, but at the very...

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    • By Wilfrid 2022-09-24 00:07:34

      I'm not impressed with this director's two super-rated...

    • By Hannah 2022-09-22 18:53:14

      Childish, love-hungry, low self-esteem, bad man complex. Matsuko has been flying moths to the flames all his life, just to make up for a smile owed by his childhood father. I stopped crying because I also have pine nuts in my heart. Aren't many of our adult behaviors meant to make up for what we lacked in childhood—love, food, security, for example. How powerless people are when they face themselves. "Born to be human, I'm sorry." PS, the title at the end of the film is about God's great love,...

    • By Vaughn 2022-09-14 08:23:46

      Three-and-a-half stars, great visual awards, gorgeous colors, dazzling shots, cool editing, touching stories, inspirational insides, a fairy tale, I believe many people will like...

    • By Dolores 2022-09-06 10:07:06

      When watching the movie, it was as if I was like a gray-haired old man, facing the river and looking back on my lost life. . ....

    • By Rosemary 2022-09-04 03:47:33

      It's a tragedy, but it's still her own...

    Movie plot

    In Showa 22, Kawajiri Matsuko ( Nakatani Miki ) was born on Onojima, Fukuoka Prefecture. After graduating from university, he became an ordinary teacher, but was dismissed from the school for sheltering students who committed theft. After she ran away from home, her romantic career began to have ups and downs. She lived with her boyfriend who wanted to become a best-selling author. After that, her boyfriend committed suicide and she...
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    Behind the scenes gags

    Nakatani Miki likes the original work very much, and when he was reading a novel, he hoped that he could play the leading role of Matsuko. At the premiere, she got her wish and said that perhaps she had become an actor just to play the role of Matsuko, and she was excited to tears.
    Originally, director Tetsuya Nakashima planned to fully use animation to show the protagonist Matsuko. Later, when I heard that Nakatani wanted to play, he...
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    Evaluation action

    "Matsuko no Life" describes the life of Songzi longing for love in a witty and funny way. The story is expressed in various unexpected ways. The rich colors and luxurious special effects are dizzying; the dreamy story with a touch of heartbreak is unforgettable. Tetsuya Nakashima used the fairy tale technique to shoot the movie, so that the film is full of colorful pictures and rich music, and then uses computer effects to create...
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