Aogeba Tôtoshi Trailer

Aogeba Tôtoshi Trailer (2006)

21 January 2006 Drama 82 mins

"Aogeba Totoshi" deals with the issues of mortality and death through the eyes of a lonely student who has an morbid and albeit naive fascination with death. His teacher, Koichi is also grappling with the issue of mortality as he deals with the impending death of his ailing father, who has decided to spend his final days in the family home. As the story progresses, Koichi finds unexpected solace from his grief by letting his troubled student visit and meet with his father in the hopes that he will understand the meaning of life and death.

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Cast

Miyoko Asô

as Koichi's mother

Hiroto Itô

as Yasuhiro Tagami

Terry Ito

as Koichi Minegishi

Takeshi Katô

as Koichi's father

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