Lost Love Trailer

Lost Love Trailer (1978)

24 February 1978 Drama 106 mins

At a seaside city somewhere in the Tohoku area, the corpses of Nozomi, daughter of an affluent family, and Yamazaki, son of an engineer at the local nuclear power-plant, are found tied-to on a beach, as if they intended to commit double suicide. Nogami, a reporter, begins to investigate.

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Cast

Jun Fubuki

as Tsubasa Aoba

Jun Hamamura

as Shigeru Aoba

Yoshio Harada

as Sakata

Yudai Ishiyama

as Mamoru Aoba

Eiji Okada

as Professor Kamiyama

Kei Satô

as Nogami

Rokko Toura

as Miyauchi

Shu Wada

as Kobayashi

Sayoko Yamaguchi

as Asuka Yamazaki

Crew

Teizô Matsumura

Original Music Composer

International Titles

Genshiryoku sensô Trailer

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