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Akira Kurosawa: It Is Wonderful to Create
Akira Kurosawa: It Is Wonderful to Create

An in depth look at the making of Kurosawa's films.

Akira to Akira
Akira to Akira

Akira Kaido (Osamu Mukai) comes from a wealthy background. His father ran a large company. Akira Yamazaki (Takumi Saito) comes from a difficult background. His father went bankrupt and their family runaway during the middle of the night. Akira Kaido and Akira Yamazaki are hired at the same bank. April, 1986, training for new bank employees takes place. Two teams are made to carry out a mission. Akira Kaido and Akira Yamazaki lead the opposing teams.

Say I Love you
Say I Love you

Mei Tachibana is a high school student. Due to a traumatic incident when she was a kid, Mei has been unable to make friends or have boyfriends. By mistake, Mei then injures the most popular male student named Yamato Kurosawa. Somehow, Yamato Kurosawa likes Mei Tachibana and tells everyone unilaterally that Mei is his friend. One day, Yamato Kurosawa saves Mei Tachibana from a stalker by kissing her. From that kiss, their love story begins.

Where are we going?
Where are we going?

Akira Tachibana who work at Kinoshita foundry can not love other people because of the trauma he suffered by being molested by his manager Kinoshita, who have both been like a father to Akira since he was little. Akira has...

Borderline
Borderline

Akira (Teppei Koike) is late for his first day on the job as a firefighter. A fire occurs on that day and he goes with the other firefighters to the fire scene. Akira becomes frozen in front of the fire. Back at the fire station, Akira hopes to work at the fire station, but not go out to a fire site. Fire Captain Yohei (Toshio Kakei) decides to place Akira with a emergency medical services team. The emergency medical service team is always busy, but not always for emergency situations. One day, Akira and the medical services team go out to a car accident scene. A child there is having a cardiopulmonary arrest. The captain of the team, Kaede (Norika Fujiwara), instructs Akira to save the child. Akira applies first aid and the child's condition improves. For the first time in his life, Akira saves someone's life.

Sugata Sanshiro Part 2
Sugata Sanshiro Part 2

A 1945 film written and directed by Akira Kurosawa. It is based on the novel by Tsuneo Tomita. It was filmed in early 1945 in Japan towards the end of World War II. Unlike the original Sugata Sanshiro, the sequel is considered a propaganda film.