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Bandage (region3)

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director: Takeshi Kobayashi
genre: Drama
subtitle: Korean, Japanese
language: Japanese
audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, Dolby Digital 2.0
release date: Sep 27, 2011
company: Buzz Pictures
made in: South Korea
aspect ratio: 1.85:1
case: Slip Case

Region Code: 3, NTSC

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Bandage (Ыǫ) is a Japanese movie written by Shunji Iwai and directed by Takeshi Kobayashi. It was initially supposed to be directed by Ryuhei Kitamura sometime in 2006, but plans fell through and the project was shelved until 2008 when Iwai hand-picked Kobayashi, music composer for several of his own films, to direct. It was released by Toho on January 16, 2010.

Set in Japan in the 1990s, there's one rising band called LANDS, that is starting to find success amidst a flood of other bands. Asako and Miharu are two Tokyo high school students. When Miharu gives Asako her favorite indie rock band; a LANDS CD, she becomes an overnight fan and sets her heart on the talented guitarist Yukiya. When they go to see them in concert, they sneak their way into the backstage area and Asako gets acquainted with some of the band's members. Natsu, the vocalist, is immediately attracted to Asako and begins bringing her along to the band's practice sessions. Though Asako enjoys it, she proves to be a distraction to the other band members and is soon ejected from the session by Yukari, their manager. But Natsu is determined to keep her around, pulling strings to make Yukari and Asako to become friends, and eventually, helping Asako to become LANDS co-manager.

More Information
Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Genre: Drama
Duration: 119mins
Certification: 12
Released: Jun 16, 2011

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