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The Japanese Wife 2010

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1 The Japanese Wife (2010 movie) on Sun Apr 11, 2010 2:53 pm

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The Japanese Wife is a 2010 Indian film directed by Bengali film director Aparna Sen. It stars Rahul Bose, Raima Sen and Moushumi Chatterjee, and Japanese actress Chigusa Takaku in the title role. It is in English, Bengali and Japanese.[2] The film was originally scheduled for release in October 2008,[3] but the release was delayed until 9 April 2010.

The story revolves around a young village school teacher (Rahul Bose) marrying his Japanese pen friend (Chigusa Takaku) over letters and remaining true and loyal to her throughout his life, while actually never meeting her.


New Movie, sounds interesting.
I like the fact that Rahul Bose is in it, and the plot seems deep.

Anyone else heard or talking about this one?


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2 Re: The Japanese Wife 2010 on Sun Apr 11, 2010 3:15 pm

Shweta ~ Gackt's Fujin

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Me! Me! Me!

Well, yeah, I'm expecting it'll be good. It did get decent reviews. I even found the book in Crossword about a year ago; dunno why I didn't bother picking it up back then. But it does seem really poetic so I hope to watch the movie when I'm not feeling too restless...

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3 Re: The Japanese Wife 2010 on Mon Apr 12, 2010 12:50 am

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Yeah, The Japanese Wife has been in the news since a long long time. Aparna Sen as a director (not many would agree with me but I think the national award winning Mr. and Mrs. Iyer was aesthetically spellbinding) is one to reckon for and just as much a delight as an actress. But of course, there are some movies you watch in theaters and others whom you just go for the DVD(.....prints) and this flick belongs to the latter category.

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