禮儀師~奏鳴曲

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禮儀師~奏鳴曲

禮儀師~奏鳴曲

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  • NTSC Widescreen
  • 音 頻
  • 日語, 粵語
  • 字 幕
  • 英文, 中文
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  • 商品名稱 : 禮儀師~奏鳴曲 / おくりびと
  • 其他名稱 : The Gift of Last Memories
  • 播放時間: 大約 130分鐘
  • 發行商 : Shochiku Co., Ltd.
  • 上映 / 播送日 : 2008年
  • 上架日 : 2011年06月12日
  • 片數 : 1 片
  • 重量 : 150(g)

  • 演 員
  • 本木雅弘 , 広末涼子 , 余貴美子 , 山崎努
  • 劇情介紹
  • Daigo Kobayashi (Masahiro Motoki) is an aspiring cellist newly hired by a symphony in Tokyo. No sooner than Daigo’s first performance with the orchestra he receives the devastating news that the orchestra will be disbanded. Daigo made the fateful decision to mortgage his future by purchasing a cello that cost well over $100,000. Now he has to break the news to his faithful wife (Ryoko Hirosue). When she asks Daigo what his plans are now, he suggests they move back to his rural hometown Yamagata and start over again. Daigo’s wife smiles and agrees to follow him to Yamagata.

    After the couple settles into their new home, Daigo looks for a job. He finds a listing in the newspaper advertising a position that requires little hours, no experience, and centers around helping out others on their journeys. Daigo assumes the position is for a travel agent, but when he arrives at the office, he realizes the job is for an “encoffineer” (Nokanshi) – similar to an embalmer in the U.S., but requires the encoffineer to work in front of the deceased in a ceremony steeped in tradition. The job of an “encoffineer” is not a popular one in Japan and people often look down on the job as dirty. Daigo tries to keep his job secret, but soon rumors spreads around the small town. When Daigo’s wife learns of his new job, she gives him the ultimatum to quit his job or she’ll leave him.

    2009 (32nd) Japan Academy Prize - February 20th, 2009
    Best Picture
    Best Director (Yojiro Takita)
    Best Leading Actor (Masahiro Motoki)
    Best Supporting Actor (Tsutomu Yamazaki)
    Best Supporting Actress (Kimiko Yo)
    Best Screenplay (Kundo Koyama)
    Best Lighting (Hitoshi Takaya)
    Best Sound Recording (Satoru Ozaki)
    Best Editing (Akimasa Kawashima)
    Best Cinematography (Takeshi Hamada)

    2009 (81st) Academy Awards - February 22, 2009
    -Best Foreign Language Film

    2009 (3rd) Asian Film Awards - March 23, 2009
    -Best Actor Masahiro Motoki

    2009 (11th) Udine Far East Film - April 24-May 2, 2009
    Audience Award (1st place)
    Black Dragon Audience Award (1st place)

    2009 (3rd) Asia Pacific Screen Awards - November 26, 2009
    -Best Performance by an Actor - Masahiro Motoki


  • 劇情介紹
  • Daigo Kobayashi (Masahiro Motoki) is an aspiring cellist newly hired by a symphony in Tokyo. No sooner than Daigo’s first performance with the orchestra he receives the devastating news that the orchestra will be disbanded. Daigo made the fateful decision to mortgage his future by purchasing a cello that cost well over $100,000. Now he has to break the news to his faithful wife (Ryoko Hirosue). When she asks Daigo what his plans are now, he suggests they move back to his rural hometown Yamagata and start over again. Daigo’s wife smiles and agrees to follow him to Yamagata.

    After the couple settles into their new home, Daigo looks for a job. He finds a listing in the newspaper advertising a position that requires little hours, no experience, and centers around helping out others on their journeys. Daigo assumes the position is for a travel agent, but when he arrives at the office, he realizes the job is for an “encoffineer” (Nokanshi) – similar to an embalmer in the U.S., but requires the encoffineer to work in front of the deceased in a ceremony steeped in tradition. The job of an “encoffineer” is not a popular one in Japan and people often look down on the job as dirty. Daigo tries to keep his job secret, but soon rumors spreads around the small town. When Daigo’s wife learns of his new job, she gives him the ultimatum to quit his job or she’ll leave him.

    2009 (32nd) Japan Academy Prize - February 20th, 2009
    Best Picture
    Best Director (Yojiro Takita)
    Best Leading Actor (Masahiro Motoki)
    Best Supporting Actor (Tsutomu Yamazaki)
    Best Supporting Actress (Kimiko Yo)
    Best Screenplay (Kundo Koyama)
    Best Lighting (Hitoshi Takaya)
    Best Sound Recording (Satoru Ozaki)
    Best Editing (Akimasa Kawashima)
    Best Cinematography (Takeshi Hamada)

    2009 (81st) Academy Awards - February 22, 2009
    -Best Foreign Language Film

    2009 (3rd) Asian Film Awards - March 23, 2009
    -Best Actor Masahiro Motoki

    2009 (11th) Udine Far East Film - April 24-May 2, 2009
    Audience Award (1st place)
    Black Dragon Audience Award (1st place)

    2009 (3rd) Asia Pacific Screen Awards - November 26, 2009
    -Best Performance by an Actor - Masahiro Motoki