Three Stories of Love

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Three Stories of Love
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Japanese 恋人たち
Hepburn Koibito-tachi
Directed by Ryōsuke Hashiguchi
Produced bySeigo Fukada
Hitoshi Ono
Yosuke Hirata
Satoshi Aikawa [1]
Screenplay byRyōsuke Hashiguchi
StarringAtsushi Shinohara
Tōko Narushima
Ryō Ikeda  [ ja ]
Tamae Andō  [ ja ]
Daisuke Kuroda  [ ja ]
Takashi Yamanaka  [ ja ]
Chika Uchida  [ ja ]
Sō Yamanaka  [ ja ]
Lily Franky
Hana Kino  [ ja ]
Ken Mitsuishi
Music by Akeboshi [1]
CinematographyShogo Ueno [1]
Edited byRyōsuke Hashiguchi
Hitoshi Ono [1]
Production
companies
Shochiku Broadcasting  [ ja ]
Arc Films [1]
Distributed byShochiku Broadcasting
Arc Films [2]
Release date
  • November 14, 2015 (2015-11-14)
Running time
140 minutes
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese

Three Stories of Love (恋人たち, Koibito-tachi) is a 2015 Japanese drama film edited, written, and directed by Ryōsuke Hashiguchi. [1] [3] [4] It was released on November 14, 2015. [4]

Contents

Plot

Cast

Reception

Deborah Young of The Hollywood Reporter said that the movie's "sensitive filmmaking communicates the quiet desperation of real-life love." [1]

At the 37th Yokohama Film Festival, the film was chosen as the second best Japanese film of 2015. [5] Ryōsuke Hashiguchi won the award for Best Director and Ken Mitsuishi won the award for Best Supporting Actor. [6]

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References

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  2. "恋人たち". eiga.com (in Japanese). Retrieved 5 December 2015.
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