Doki-Doki Trailer

Doki-Doki Trailer (2003)

21 September 2003 Drama, Romance 48 mins

In suburban Tokyo, commuters find themselves waiting every day with the same group of strangers for the same seat on the same train. Perhaps over 1000 days never knowing who they are, what their lives are like, where they live, who they love. Until one day, things change.

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Cast

Yumi Endô

as Yumi

Hayato Sugano

as Yosuke

Sae Takenaka

as Makiko

Haruki Iwakiri

as Narrator

Yuri Kaburagi

as Madame

Tatsuyuki Katsuki

as Salaryman

Hitomi Kobayashi

as Mean Boy

Tomoki Namiki

as Mean Girl

Chiaki Yanagimoto

as Amusement Park Staff

Chris Eska

as Mail Carrier

Crew

Chris Eska

Director

International Releases Dates

United States 21 September 2003

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