Norwegian Wood 

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Kikuchi,  Rinko - Norwegian Wood For Toru, a student in the turbulent 1960s, he is coming to terms with the suicide of his best friend Kizuki whose grief-stricken girlfriend, Naoko, he has since formed a complex bond.
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FormatDVD
GenreDrama/Romance
Running Time133 mins
Aspect Ratio2.35:1
LanguagesJapanese (Dolby Digital 5.1)
RatingMA15+
Available19-04-2012
LabelGryphon
ActorsKikuchi, Rinko,
Matsuyama, Kenichi,
Mizuhara, Kiko
SourcedAustralia
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First love is never forgotten. For Toru, a student in the turbulent 1960s, he is coming to terms with the suicide of his best friend Kizuki whose grief-stricken girlfriend, Naoko, he has since formed a complex bond. But Naoki's reclusive lifestyle and melancholic envelopment make it tough for Toru to form a connection, something he has no trouble in doing with the vivacious Midori who soon becomes his infatuation. But it won't be long before he will have to choose between the two if fate doesn't intervene first.

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Norwegian Wood

James on 26.04.2012

Unnerving and unforgettable. Norwegian Wood is a tour-de-force of emotion and beauty. Frolicking between despair and whimsy, the film's mesmerising narrative is driven by the exceptional beauty of the Japanese landscape and the flawed naïveté of its remarkable cast.

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