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Director  Kazuo Kuroki
Running time  1h 45m
Genre  Japanese Movies
Language  Japanese
7.8/10 IMDb

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Cinematography  Tatsuo Suzuki
Country  Japan
Tomorrow (1988 film) movie poster
Release date  August 13, 1988 (1988-08-13)
Writer  Masako Inoue (screenplay), Mitsuharu Inoue (story), Kazuo Kuroki (screenplay), Juuichiro Takeuchi (screenplay)
Nominations  Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Similar movies  Related Kazuo Kuroki movies

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Tomorrow () is a 1988 Japanese film directed by Kazuo Kuroki.

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On August 9, 1945, the Americans dropped an atomic bomb on Nagasaki. This film, based on a story by Mitsukaru Inoue, describes the daily life of people in Nagasaki the day before that fateful event. It presents the human drama of people's lives, and their feelings of joy and sadness. These include a newlywed couple, an expectant mother, and lovers who must say farewell because the boy is called to serve in the army. Each of these people, like others in the city, hoped to live with their dreams for ‘tomorrow’. But tomorrow never comes for them, as their lives are brought to an abrupt and unexpected end. Knowing how the story ends, in this case, doesn't detract from it at all; rather, it enhances the emotional impact, which is further heightened by the poignant musical score from Teizo Matsumura. 'Ashita' is the first film in Kazuo Kuroki's 'War Requiem Trilogy,' which also includes 'Utsukushii Natsu Kirishima' (2002) and 'Chichi to Kuraseba' (2004).

Awards and nominations

13th Hochi Film Award

  • Won: Best Film
  • References

    Tomorrow (1988 film) Wikipedia
    Tomorrow (1988 film) IMDb Tomorrow (1988 film) themoviedb.org


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