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    HIMIZU on Australian DVD

    Source: Madman Entertainment Official Movie Site: (Japan) Special Thanks to Ben Pollock

    Nobody can touch his future... HIMIZU (???, 2012), the new film from director Sion Sono (SUICIDE CLUB), tells a powerful story of two teenagers` struggle to live against the backdrop of the Japan tsunami and earthquake. Based on the manga Himizu by Minoru Furuya, this was the first film to be set and even filmed in the aftermath of Japan`s 2011 earthquake. Both of the lead actors won the grand acting prize, Marcello Mastroianni Award, at the 2011 Venice Film Festival. HIMIZU also won the Audience Award at UK`s 2012 Terracotta Far East Film Festival and was an Official Selection for the 2012 Melbourne International Film Festival, 2011 Venice Film Festival and 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. 14 year old Yuichi aims to live a normal life but constantly faces challenges that make his dream more impossible to reach. Looking after his family`s boat rental business becomes tougher as his mum brings different men home and his dad only visits to borrow money. Format: DVD (Region 4, PAL) Release Date: February 1, 2013 Year of Production: 2011 SRP: $29.95 Catalog: EYE395 Number of Discs: 1 Audio tracks: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Language: Japanese Subtitles: English Aspect ratio: 1.85:1 Running Time: 129 minutes Special Features Making of HIMIZU (72 mins) Deleted scenes

    About Madman

    Madman is a leading independent film and television distribution and rights management company, with offices in Australia and New Zealand. Madman is renowned for its commitment to quality Australian and foreign film, factual content, as well as highly collectable categories such as Japanese anime, genre film, animation and cult television. Madman`s capabilities encompass end to end acquisition, marketing, creative, sales and distribution in all mediums and formats, from the silver screen to the digital realm. Madman is also a proud producer of Australian film and television content. Put simply, Madman is mad for entertainment. Madman is owned by Funtastic Limited, one of Australia`s largest wholesalers of consumer products into retail outlets and an Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) listed company.

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