Japanese Director Rikiya Imaizumi (“Sad Tea”, “Just Only Love”) has completed production on his most recent film “Little Nights, Little Love”. The movie is based on the collected short stories of Kotaro Isaka. Isaka’s work has been previously adapted to the big screen in features such as “The Foreign Duck, The Native Duck, and God in a Coinlocker” and “Fish Story”.
“Little Lights, Little Love” is set for release on September 20, 2019. Gaga International has released a trailer for the production, which can be viewed below.
Sato (Haruma Miura) is 27-year-old single man. He is waiting for a dramatic moment in his life that will lead to love. He works at a market research company. One day, he asks a random passersby in front of Sendai Station to fill out a questionnaire. He has a hard time finding willing participants. A woman in a black suit agrees to answer the questionnaire. Sato sees the letter “shampu” on her hand…is this fate? (AsianWiki)