Photo Album of the Village Trailer

Photo Album of the Village Trailer (2004)

03 April 2004 Drama 111 mins

In the near future, the village of Hanatani will be flooded by a dam. Kenichi, the owner of an old photo studio has a son, Takashi, who works as an assistant photographer in Tokyo. One day, they are asked to make "The Village Album", a photograph collection of all the families in the village in order to leave a memory of the beautiful village forever. They started visiting each family in the village to take photos, although they don't get along with each other. While following him every day, Takashi's harsh feelings against his father begin to change.

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Cast

Tatsuya Fuji

as Takahashi Kenichi

Ken Kaito

as Takahashi Takashi

Tomoyo Harada

as Takahashi Noriko

Crew

International Titles

村の写真集 Trailer

The Village Album Trailer

Village Photobook Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 25 October 2005

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