My Man (2014 film)

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My Man
My Man Japanese Film Poster.jpg
The Original Japanese Poster.
Directed by Kazuyoshi Kumakiri
Written by Takashi Ujita
Based onWatashi no Otoko
by Kazuki Sakuraba
Starring Fumi Nikaidō
Tadanobu Asano
Kengo Kora
Music by Jim O'Rourke
Edited by Zenzuke Hori
Production
company
Release date
  • 14 June 2014 (2014-06-14)
Running time
129 minutes
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese
Box office¥19.4 million (Japan)

My Man (私の男, Watashi no Otoko) is a 2014 Japanese romantic drama film directed by Kazuyoshi Kumakiri and based on Kazuki Sakuraba's Watashi no Otoko novel. [1] It was released on 14 June 2014 in Japan. [2] The film won the Golden George at the 36th Moscow International Film Festival [3] [4] and Tadanobu Asano won the award for Best Actor. [5] Fumi Nikaidō won International Rising Star Award for this film at New York Asian Film Festival [6] and Best Actress at 6th TAMA Film Awards.

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Story

Young Hana had lost everything in the earthquake and tsunami and was being taken care of by a relative named Jungo. As Hana grew up she began to fall in love with her own relative.

Cast

Reception

The film has grossed ¥19.4 million in Japan. [8]

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