Koisuru Tomato (a.k.a. Love Tomato) is a labor of love for respected character actor Daichi Yasuo, who wrote, produced, and starred in the film. Thirteen years in the making, the film makes a statement about the declining state of agriculture in Japan and the difficulties Japanese farmers face in a society that increasingly marginalizes their work. Sincere and well-meaning, Koisuru Tomato offers both a poignant message and a touching romance. In a rare Pan-Asian collaboration, the film co-stars leading Filipino actress Alice Dixson, and much of the film itself is set in the Philippines.
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