| 7.2/10 |
| May 16, 2015 (2015-05-16)|
Hisashi Inoue (based on the novel by), Masato Harada (screenplay)
Erika Toda (Jogo), Hikari Mitsushima (Ogin), Yo Oizumi (Nobujiro Nakamura), Kirin Kiki (Genbei), Shin'ichi Tsutsumi (Ogin’s lover), Rina Uchiyama (divorce client at Tokei-ji)
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Kakekomi (, Kakekomi Onna to Kakedashi Otoko) is a 2015 Japanese jidaigeki drama film directed by Masato Harada. It was released in Japan on May 16, 2015.
Kakekomi tells the stories of Edo women in the 1800s that escape abusive husbands and lovers by taking refuge in Tokeiji, a monastery in Kamakura.
Yo Oizumi as Shinjiro Nakamura
Erika Toda as Jogo
Hikari Mitsushima as Ogin
Rina Uchiyama as Yu Togasaki
Hana Hizuki as Hoshuni
Midoriko Kimura as Okatsu
Katsumi Kiba as Rihei
Kakikomis screenplay was based off the novel Tokeiji Hanadayori by Hisashi Inoue.
The film was shot at Engyo-ji Temple in Himeji. Director Masato Harada first saw the location while filming The Last Samurai.
On its opening weekend the film grossed ¥157.585 million at the Japanese box office.
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