Forget Me Not (2010 Japanese film)

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Forget Me Not
Japanese name
Kanji 信さん・炭坑町のセレナーデ
Revised Hepburn Shin-san tankoumachi no serenâde
Directed by Hideyuki Hirayama
Produced byYoshinori Fujita
Shingo Miyauchi
Starring Koyuki
Takuya Ishida
Sosuke Ikematsu
CinematographyHiroshi Machida
Edited byChieko Suzaki
Music byGorô Yasukawa
Fellah Pictures
Distributed byGold Rush Pictures
Release date
  • 27 November 2010 (2010-11-27)
Running time
108 minutes

Forget Me Not (信さん・炭坑町のセレナーデ, Shin-san tankoumachi no serenâde) is a 2010 Japanese film directed by Hideyuki Hirayama, about the people in a small coal mining town in the Fukuoka Prefecture in southern Japan in 1955. [1] [2]



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  1. "Forget Me Not (2010)". Retrieved 4 January 2014.
  2. "UNIJAPAN Newsletter vol.25". Archived from the original on 4 January 2014. Retrieved 4 January 2014.