Good-bye Debussy Trailer

Good-bye Debussy Trailer (2013)

26 January 2013 Drama 131 mins

16-year-old Haruka lost the people she loved the most in a fire. Haruka is also physically and emotionally wounded from the fire, but she still dreams of becoming a pianist. She takes part in an upcoming competition. Inauspicious incidents then occur around her. Musical student Yosuke, who teaches piano to Haruka, tries to solve the case.

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Cast

Ai Hashimoto

as Haruka Katsuki

Shinya Kiyozuka

as Yosuke Misaki

Mickey Curtis

as Gentaro Katsuki

Yuki Yoshizawa

as Doctor Shinjo

Yûrei Yanagi

as Tetsuya Katsuki

Crew

Gô Rijû

Director

International Titles

Sayonara, Debussy Trailer

International Releases Dates

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