Japanese Director Rennpei Tsukamoto (“Kazura”, “Prescription Police”) has completed production on his most recent film “Bento Harassment”. The film, which is based off real life events, where a mother decided to “Annoy her second born everyday with something she hates: Character Bento”. The film stars Ryôko Shinohara (“The House Where Mermaid Sleeps”) as Kaori, the mother who spent a year crafting outrageous Bento creations for her daughter Futaba (played by Kyoko Yoshine)

The film is set for release in Japan on June 28, 2019. A trailer for the production has been made available through Panap Media and can be viewed below.

Synopsis

Kaori (Ryoko Shinohara) is a single mother and she raises her high-school age daughter Futaba (Kyoko Yoshine). Her daughter is in a rebellious phase and ignores her mother. Kaori decides to take measures to communicate with her daughter and also get some revenge. Kaori creates messages in her daughter’s bento meals. (AsianWiki)

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