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Permanent Nobara (パーマネント,野ばら)

Permanent Nobara (パーマネント,野ばら)

[ Directed by ]
YOSHIDA Daihachi
[ Produced by ]
• MATSUMOTO Sei
• ISHIDA Yuji
• SUZUKI Yutaka
• NAKAMURA Yosuke
• FUJITA Shigeo
[ Cast ]
• KANNO Miho Naoko
• EGUCHI Yosuke KASHIMA
• KOIKE Eiko Micchan
[ Staff ]
• Original Story: SAIBARA Rieko
• Screenplay: OKUDERA Satoko
• Cinematography:KONDO Ryuto
• Production Design:TOMITA Mayumi
• Editor:OKADA Kumi
[ Production Company ]
Hakuhodo DY Media Partners, Amuse Soft, CHUO EIGA BOEKI, SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (JAPAN), Aichi Television Broadcasting, TELEVISION OSAKA, The Kochi Shimbun, Kochi Broadcasting, Licri
[ Distributor (Japan) ]
SHOWGATE

Release Date: May 22, 2010
Running Time: 100 min
Genre: Drama, Romance, Feature
Color: Color
Screening Format: 35mm
Subtitle: English
[ Story ]
Based on popular manga artist Saibara Rieko’s manga series of the same title. As can be seen from his previous work, such as
FUNUKE Show Some Love, You Losers!
(Funukedomo, Kanashimi no Ai wo Misero), director Yoshida Daihachi’s films have a place for all sorts of lovable, quirky characters. In this love story for grown-ups, woman’s pursuit for love never dies and Yoshida portrays such feminine strength and compassion with humor. Naoko (Kanno Miho) returns home with her young daughter, where her mother Masako (Natsuki Mari) runs the only beauty parlor in town. The local women go there to pass the time lamenting their bad luck with men and laughing over dirty jokes. Unbeknownst to them, Naoko has been secretly seeing her former teacher, Kashima (Eguchi Yosuke).
[ Official Site ]
www.nobara.jp/
[ Film Festivals, Awards ]
• Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival 2010 Netpac Award

“Permanent Nobara” is the name of the only hairdresser for ladies run by Mrs. Nobara, precisely (Natsuki Mari) a small fishing village on the island of Shikoku. Deep province, social and relational stability, suggestive nature (very well photographed). In the parlor, the city center of gossip, a group of middle-aged women is found almost every day, joined by Naoko (Kanno Miho), the daughter of the hairdresser who came home with her daughter after the divorce, and two of her childhood friends (Koike Eiko and Ikewaki Chizuru). All women, both young and old, share failed and loving marriage experiences, and indeed the masculine universe that is outlined by episode in episode is made up of crude, immature, exploitative men. Even Naoko’s new boyfriend, a pleasant and compassionate high school teacher (Eguchi Yōsuke), seems to show signs of unreliability. Yet, despite the repeated disappointments, sometimes even tragic, all women are able to keep almost stoically the desire to live and smile and above all to seek love again. Love, whatever it is, is better than not love. Love is life, they seem to say. Nothing rhetorical, however, there is in the protagonists, much less in the eye of the director. On closer inspection, on the contrary, Yoshida seems to tell us that under the placidity of everyday gossip, under the apparent feminine superficiality, there is often a drama, of which the protagonists themselves are aware.
The delicate but also bitter portrait of this feminine microcosm, always suspended between drama and irony, partly recalls the atmospheres of the films of Ogigami Naoko (not only Barber Yoshino but also Kamome Shokudō) and, for certain dreamlike and surreal scenes, the Oguri Kōhei of Umoregi. There is no beginning and there is no end of the story. The film is the sensitive description of a phase, a piece of life of the various women portrayed. Yoshida confirms himself as the author to follow.
Films of actresses, all very well directed, on which stand out Kanno Miho in the role of the protagonist and the great, underrated, Ikewaki Chizuru. Koike Eiko, in other coarse films, also manages to provide a credible character. [Katsuyuki Nakanishi]

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Katsuyuki Nakanishi
Born on 1984 in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. Graduated in Vantan Film and Movie Institute major in film director. The fourth graduate of JSC Cinematographers assistant upbringing cramming school. While he was studying in Tokyo, he was also working with Director Shinya Tsukamoto's movie at the same time. After that, he became part of the lighting department of Toei Studios Kyoto, studied under Kiyoto Ando and Takashi Sugimoto. In these movies, he worked as an assistant lighting director with Takashi Sugimoto in "Chacha - Tengai no Onna"(2007) and Kiyoto Ando in "The Fallen Angel"(2010). He work as a freelancer since 2011 and became part of these latest movies as a lighting director of Director Yang Ik-June's ”Shibata and Nagao"(2012), Director Keisuke Yoshida’s ”Himeanile”(2016), Director Kohki Yoshida’s ”ThreeLights"(2017), Director Hiroshi Ando’s ”Moon and Thunder" (2017) and Director Shinya Tsukamoto’s ”Killing” (2018).

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