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Shall we dansu 1996
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Shall We Dance is a Japanese film. Its title refers to the song "Shall We Dance?" which comes from Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I. It was Plot - Release - Reception - Foreign remakes. 28 Jun - 2 min - Uploaded by okaime Japanese gentle comedy "Shall We Dance?" ("Shall We Dansu?") directed by Masayuki. 20 Oct - 2 min - Uploaded by indebioscoop Japanse accountant neemt stiekem ballroomlessen.
27 Jan Last year's smash hit in Japan tells the warm, frequenty funny story of an uptight Japanese worker whose midlife crisis takes him on a journey of. 18 Jul The hero of "Shall We Dance?,'' named Shohei Sugiyama (Koji Yakusyo), is married, a salaryman who works late at night in an office. For him. 20 Mar Despite the country's long cinematic history, commercially successful releases from Japan are pretty rare on this side of the world. Put simply.
Other articles where Shall We Dansu? is discussed: major success, the comedy Shall We Dansu? (Shall We Dance?), is about a disillusioned. 13 Aug - 16 min A successful but unhappy Japanese accountant finds the missing passion in his life when he. A bored Japanese accountant sees a beautiful woman in the window of a ballroom dance studio. He secretly starts taking dancing lessons to be near her, and. 3 Apr I expected Shall We Dance to be a terrible overly-processed remake, with virtually Aux Folles () vs. The Birdcage ()In "Grade A". Shall Weダンス？ (Sharu wi Dansu?) On his evening commute home, Sugiyama notices a beautiful woman staring out the window of a dance studio. of humor, Masayuki Suo's Shall We Dance? is a classic feel-good film. Japan.
6 Sep came the all time classic from Japan "Shall We Dance?" That was inspired by the classic dance scene from the 50s movie "Anna and the. Synopsis. A successful accountant has achieved a lot in his career, but he is still sad and unfulfilled. One day, he works up the courage to sign up for dance. Japanese comedies readily available in the West can be counted on the fingers of both hands: a few classical ones by Ozu and Kurosawa, Morita Yoshimitsu's. (Japan, ). A movie Ultimately, the results of all the dance competitions pale in comparison to Shall We Dance? is not without its share of flaws, however.