Movies

Radio Love

68 minutes
No. 11111-2-000328

It shows modern day Hiroshima in a great light. Made me wanna drink in the city. Yukihiko Tsutsumi - Director "20th Century Boys" 
Heartwarming. I loved it. The power of the spoken word can influence so much. Beautifully shot and directed. Max Mannix - Writer "Tokyo Sonata"


[SYNOPSIS]
A charismatic radio DJ in Hiroshima, is so disillusioned he wants to quit his job. "No one has hope for radio anymore," he laments. The years have drained all the passion he had for speaking into a microphone and it's all he can do to turn up for work every day without being drunk. 
Ever since Yuji met a teenage girl who insists that Yuki has a responsibility to connect the people of Hiroshima with the power of radio, strange things happens around him. Yuji's heart opens to the invisible connection between the radio and the people of Hiroshima in a magical way and the people of Hiroshima in a magical way. And as he discovers more about his hometown, he discovers a lot more about himself and the people around him.


[CAST & STAFF]
Starring: Yuji Yokoyama, Sakura Nakano
Written & Directed by: Hideyuki Tokigawa

[FILM FESTIVALS]

Winner
Audience Award at Cinema Verde

Official Selection
- Fort Myers Film Festival

- Green Bay Film Festival
- Damah Film Festival in Hiroshima

 

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