I Are You, You Am Me Trailer

I Are You, You Am Me Trailer (1982)

17 April 1982 113 mins

9th-graders Kazuo (boy) and Kazumi (girl) take a tumble at a temple in a small seacoast town in Japan. Through supernatural intervention, their minds and bodies are switched, and the result is a touching and hilarious coming-of-age comedy as they attempt to survive the pressures of junior high school life.

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Satomi Kobayashi

as Kazumi Saitoh

Toshinori Omi

as Kazuo Saitoh

Makoto Satô

as Akio Saitoh

Sayuri Ishibashi

as Girl Student 'C'

Wakaba Irie

as Chie Saitoh

Etsuko Shihomi

as Mitsuko Ono

Maki Akita

as Girl Student 'B'

Masae Hayashi

as Akemi Yoshino

Kiyoshi Hitomi

as Innkeeper

Kouichi Inoue

as Jiroh Saitoh

Mihoko Itoh

as Girl Student 'D'

Munenori Iwamoto

as Masaaki Kaneko

Sumiko Kakizaki

as Keiko Kawahara

Haruya Katô

as H.S. Principal

Kirin Kiki

as Naoko Saitoh

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