Tatsushi OMORI 大森立嗣

まほろ駅前多田便利軒

Nippon Cinema   ª 

Brilliantly switching between ironic lightness and harsh tragedy, upcoming director Tatsushi OMORI brings Shion MIURA's award winning novel to the screen. The story of a deep friendship between two young men in their thirties features Ryuhei MATSUDA and Eita in a joint film for the fourth time.

まほろ駅前多田便利軒
Mahoro ekimae Tada benriken

日本 2011

112 分

監督
大森立嗣

脚本
大森立嗣 Shion MIURAの小説を基に

撮影
Ryo OTSUKA

音楽
Quruly

製作
Asmik Ace

海外セールス
Asmik Ace

キャスト
Ryuhei MATSUDA, Eita, Reiko KATAOKA, Anne SUZUKI, Manami HONJO

About Tatsushi OMORI
大森立嗣

Tatsushi OMORI, born in Tokyo in 1970, is the son of the famous butoh dancer and actor Akaji MARO and the brother of actor Nao OMORI. After early work with 8mm film, he worked as an actor and directed his feature film debut THE WHISPERING OF THE GODS in 2005. His second film A CROWD OF THREE (2009) was presented in the Berlinale Forum section and received the Best New Director Award of the Directors Guild of Japan. In 2012, the Nippon Connection Film Festival screened his film TADA’S DO-IT-ALL HOUSE (2011).

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