Yoshihiro NAKAMURA

The Inerasable


Nippon Cinema   ª 

Kubo, a young female university student, keeps noticing little disquieting oddities in the block of flats where she lives. With the help of a horror story writer who draws inspiration from the letters of her fans, she sets out to discover the dark secret of the place. In his latest box office hit, Yoshihiro NAKAMURA returns to the J­horror genre and unfolds a genuine archeology of the uncanny.

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Japan 2016

107 minutes

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About Yoshihiro NAKAMURA

Yoshihiro NAKAMURA, born in Ibaraki Prefecture in 1970, made his first 8mm films during his studies at Seijo University. In 1993, his short film SUMMER RAIN KITCHEN was awarded at the PIA Film Festival. NAKAMURA worked as an assistant director to Juzo ITAMI, among others, before making his feature film debut LOCAL NEWS in 1999. In 2007 he received the Kaneto Shindo Award of the Japan Filmmakers Association.