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  1. Vibrator

    Vibrator (2003)

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    Vibrator (ヴァイブレータ) is a 2003 Japanese film directed by Ryūichi Hiroki.


  2. Zen

    Zen (2009)

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    "Zen" is a 2009 film directed by Banmei Takahashi and starring Nakamura Kantarō II.


  3. Big Bang Love, Juvenile A

    Big Bang Love, Juvenile A (2006)

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    Big Bang Love, Juvenile A (46億年の恋, 46-okunen no koi, lit. "4.6 billion year Love") is a 2006 film directed by Takashi Miike.


  4. Suite Dreams

    Suite Dreams (2006)

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    The Uchōten Hotel (THE 有頂天ホテル THE Uchōten Hoteru) (also known as Suite Dreams and Wow-Choten Hotel) is a 2006 comedy film written and directed by Japanese director Kōki Mitani. The film is set in a five star Tokyo hotel on New Year's Eve, and follows the misadventures of various hotel staff and guests in the run-up to midnight.


  5. Bright Future

    Bright Future (2003)

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    Bright Future (アカルイミライ Akarui Mirai) is a 2003 Japanese drama film written and directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, starring Tadanobu Asano, Joe Odagiri and Tatsuya Fuji. It was entered into the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.


  6. Kamome Diner

    Kamome Diner (2006)

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    Kamome Shokudō (かもめ食堂 Kamome shokudō) is a 2006 comedy film written and directed by Japanese director Naoko Ogigami, based on a novel by Yōko Mure. The film is set in the Finnish capital Helsinki, and follows a Japanese woman who sets up a diner serving Japanese food in the city, and the friends she makes in the process.


  7. When the Last Sword is Drawn

    When the Last Sword is Drawn (2003)

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    When the Last Sword Is Drawn (壬生義士伝 Mibu Gishi Den) is a 2003 Japanese movie directed by Yōjirō Takita loosely based on real historical events. When the Last Sword Is Drawn won the Best Film award at the 2004 Japanese Academy Awards, as well as the prizes for Best Actor (Kiichi Nakai) and Best Supporting Actor (Koichi Sato). It received a further eight nominations.


  8. Akai tsuki

    Akai tsuki (2004)

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    Akai Tsuki (赤い月) is a 2004 Japanese film directed by Yasuo Furuhata.


  9. Dead or Alive 2: Tôbôsha

    Dead or Alive 2: Tôbôsha (2000)

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    Dead or Alive 2: Birds (DEAD OR ALIVE 2 逃亡者) is a 2000 Japanese film directed by Takashi Miike. Dead or Alive 2: Birds is unrelated to Dead or Alive (1999) or Dead or Alive: Final (2002) except that all three films have Show Aikawa and Riki Takeuchi in them, and they are all directed by Takashi Miike.


  10. Paco and the Magical Book

    Paco and the Magical Book (2008)

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    Paco and the Magical (Picture) Book (パコと魔法の絵本 Pako to Mahō no Ehon) is a 2008 Japanese film written and directed by Tetsuya Nakashima, based on a play by Hirohito Goto.


  11. Best Wishes for Tomorrow

    Best Wishes for Tomorrow (2007)

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    Best Wishes for Tomorrow (明日への遺言 Ashita e no yuigon) is a Japanese film by director Takashi Koizumi and based on the novel Nagai Tabi (A long journey) by Shohei Ooka.


  12. The Harimaya Bridge

    The Harimaya Bridge (2009)

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    The Harimaya Bridge is a 2009 film written and directed by American filmmaker Aaron Woolfolk. It was filmed in Kochi Prefecture, Japan and San Francisco, California, U.S.A. The film had a nationwide theatrical release in Japan in 2009 and an independent theatrical release in the United States in 2010. The film was released on DVD in Japan at the end of 2009 and was released on DVD and video-on-demand in the United States in 2011.


  13. Jubunairu

    Jubunairu (2000)

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    Juvenile (ジュブナイル Jubunairu) is a 2000 Japanese film directed by Takashi Yamazaki.


  14. Good Soil

    Good Soil (2007)

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    Good Soil is a short film (25 minutes) written and directed by Craig Shimahara and starring Shin Koyamada from The Last Samurai.


  15. Unfair: The Movie

    Unfair: The Movie (2007)

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    Unfair: The Movie is a Japanese action movie released on March 17, 2007, directed by Yoshinori Kobayashi, follow up to the drama Unfair, and still starring Ryoko Shinohara in the main role. It's a "Die Hard"-like movie, where the heroine, a police officer, must free her daughter trapped in a hospital taken by terrorists asking for a ransom.


  16. The Backdancers!

    The Backdancers! (2006)

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    Backdancers! (バックダンサーズ!) is a Japanese film released in Japan in September 2006.


  17. Zero no shôten

    Zero no shôten (2009)

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    Zero Focus (ゼロの焦点 Zero no Shōten) is a 2009 Japanese film directed by Isshin Inudō. It was nominated for Best Film at the 33rd Japan Academy Prize. It is a remake of the 1961 film by the same name.


  18. A Long Walk

    A Long Walk (2006)

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    A Long Walk (長い散歩 Nagai Sanpo) is a 2006 film directed by Japanese director Eiji Okuda.


  19. Still Walking

    Still Walking (2008)

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    Still Walking (歩いても 歩いても Aruitemo aruitemo) is a 2008 Japanese film directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda. The film is a portrait of a family over roughly 24 hours as they commemorate the death of the eldest son.


  20. Samurai Princess

    Samurai Princess (2009)

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    Samurai Princess (サムライプリンセス 外道姫 Samurai purinsesu: Gedō hime) is a 2009 Japanese film directed by Kengo Kaji, described as ero guro action film. Special effects were produced by Yoshihiro Nishimura, who previously directed and created effects and makeup for Tokyo Gore Police, which Kengo Kaji wrote.


  21. A Cheerful Gang Turns the Earth

    A Cheerful Gang Turns the Earth (2006)

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    A Cheerful Gang Turns the Earth (陽気なギャングが地球を回す Yōki Na Gyangu Ga Chikyū O Mawasu) is a 2006 comedy heist film directed by Japanese director Tetsu Maeda, based on a novel by Kōtaro Isaka.


  22. Tetsujin 28

    Tetsujin 28 (2005)

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    Tetsujin 28: The Movie is a 2005 Japanese live action film remake of the 1960s anime television series Tetsujin 28-go.


  23. Heaven's Bookstore

    Heaven's Bookstore (2004)

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    Heaven's Bookstore (天国の本屋 'Tengoku no honya) is a 2004 Japanese film directed by Tetsuo Shinohara about a struggling classical pianist who is sent to heaven to work in a bookstore. It is based on two novels, written by Atsushi Matsuhisa and Wataru Tanaka.


  24. La maison de Himiko

    La maison de Himiko (2005)

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    House of Himiko (メゾン・ド・ヒミコ Mezon do himiko), also known internationally as La Maison de Himiko, is a 2005 Japanese film directed by Isshin Inudo and starring Kō Shibasaki as Saori, Min Tanaka as Saori's father Himiko, and Joe Odagiri as Haruhiko, Himiko's lover. The film was shown at the Japanese film festival in Sydney in December 2006 (as La Maison de Himiko).


  25. Gun Crazy: Episode 1 - A Woman from Nowhere

    Gun Crazy: Episode 1 - A Woman from Nowhere (2002)

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    Gun Crazy: A Woman from Nowhere (復讐の荒野) is a 2002 Japanese action film, which was directed by Atsushi Muroga. It starred Ryoko Yonekura and Shingo Tsurumi.


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