Kingyo Trailer

Kingyo Trailer (2009)

02 December 2009 25 mins

A university professor decides to go for a tour in Akihabara, guided by a young woman dressed up like a French maid. As they both walk through the streets of modern Tokyo, the man and the young woman gradually speak of a past they both share, and ultimately a painful love triangle that continues to haunt them. A poetic rumination in love, memories and loss told almost entirely with split screens.

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Luchino Fujisaki

as Young Woman

Takao Kawaguchi

as The Professor

Qyoko Kudo

as Kyoko


Edmund Yeo


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