Shimotsuma monogatari (2004)

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Shimotsuma monogatari: Directed by Tetsuya Nakashima. With Kyoko Fukada, Anna Tsuchiya, Hiroyuki Miyasako, Sadao Abe. Momoko, a strange and seemingly emotionless girl obsessed with 18th century France, befriends a Yanki biker and the two experience the ups and downs of their unusual lives in a rural Japanese town.

“Momoko Ryugasaki (Kyôko Fukada) is the daughter of a smalltime gangster (Hiroyuki Miyasako) that forges Versace brand and a lowlife woman. Momoko is smitten by the Rococo period and dresses in a Lolita style, with frilly dresses and embroidery bonnet. She is raised by her father since her mother divorced him to marry her gynecologist, and he has taught her how to perfectly embroider. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWhen Mr. Ryugasaki includes the Universal Studios brand in his products, he is forced to move to the rural Shimotsuma with Momoko to live in the house of her grandmother. Momoko decides to sell her collection of forged Versace and Universal Studios to make money to buy her expensive clothing. The rebel u0026quot;yankiu0026quot; Ichigo Shirayuri (Anna Tsuchiya) visits Momoko to buy clothes and soon they begin the most unlikely friendship. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eu0026quot;Shimotsuma monogatariu0026quot;, a.k.a. u0026quot;Kamikaze Girlsu0026quot; is an absolutely original and surreal movie. The definition of department stores and groups in the Japanese pop culture is awesome. Unfortunately I found this movie too related to the Japanese sub-culture for youths, very different from the Western one, and I did not enjoy as much as I expected. My vote is six.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eTitle (Brazil): Not Available”


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