Oh Brother, Oh Sister! Trailer

Oh Brother, Oh Sister! Trailer (2014)

25 October 2014 Drama, Comedy 114 mins

Since their parents died at an early age, Susumu (Osamu Mukai) and Yoriko (Hairi Katagiri) have lived together. Susumu is now 33-years-old and Yoriko is 40-years-old. Both of them have yet to marry. They are like most siblings and they rely on each other. One day, Susumu and Yoriko receive a letter that is sent to the wrong address.

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Cast

Osamu Mukai

as Susumu Onodera

Hairi Katagiri

as Yoriko Onodera

Mizuki Yamamoto

as Kaoru Okano / Akira Asano

Mizuki Yamamoto

as Kaoru Okano

Mizuki Yamamoto

as Akira Asano

Mitsuhiro Oikawa

as Kosuke Kawada

Kumiko Aso

as Yoshimi

Nao Ōmori

as Keisuke Sakai

Crew

Yoshihiro Ike

Yoshihiro Ike Compositors

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