Train Man Trailer

Train Man Trailer (2005)

"A True Love Story" 04 June 2005 Comedy, Romance 105 mins

Densha Otoko (translated as Train Man) is a Japanese movie based on the purportedly true story of a 23-year-old otaku (Japanese geek) who intervened when a drunk man was harassing a woman on a train. The otaku ultimately started dating with her and chronicled his event and his dates with the woman (who became known as "Hermès") on the Japanese mega-BBS 2channel.

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Cast

Takayuki Yamada

as Densha otoko

Miki Nakatani

as Hermes

Eita

as Hirofumi

Tae Kimura

as Michiko

Ren Osugi

as Middle-aged man in train

Hiroki Miyake

as Tamura

Momoko Shimizu

as Schoolgirl on the train

Naomi Nishida

as Hermes's friend

International Titles

Train Man Trailer

電車男 Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 22 September 2006

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