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Ten Nights of Dreams (Yume juya)

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Genre:SciFi/Fantasy
Release Date:August 22, 2008
Running time:100 minutes
Cast:Kyôko Koizumi, Suzuki Matsuo, Tsuyoshi Ujiki, Umenosuke Nakamura, Keisuke Horibe
Director:Yoshitaka Amano, Kon Ichikawa
Producer:Tsutomu Kuno
Writer:Soseki Natsume, Shinichi Inozume
Distributor:Cinema Epoch

Web Site: http://www.yume-juya.jp/

Description: Legendary Japanese novelist Soseki Natsume opens this film by admitting that the book "Ten Nights of Dreams" is meant to be a mystery, one which might not be solved for a hundred years. He says this in 1906, and the maid he's addressing comments that she'd have to reincarnate to see that. A hundred years later, ten notable directors have each made a short film based on one of the book's surreal stories.

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