Kamenashi Kazuya attends the 'Far East Film Festival' in Udine, Italy
On April 19th (20th JST), KAT-TUN's Kamenashi Kazuya visited the "Far East Film Festival" currently being held in Udine, Italy, to promote his role in the film "Ore Ore (It’s me, It’s me)". He attended the stage greeting with the director, Miki Satoshi.
The story of "Ore Ore" revolves around an electronics retail store worker named “Nagano Hitoshi ” (Kamenashi), who becomes involved in a scam called “ore ore sagi” (* “ore ore sagi” is a kind of scam that is primarily targeted at the elderly. The scammer calls their target, pretends to be someone they know, usually their relatives, and asks for money.)
While Hitoshi goes around pretending to be other people, he finds that “me” starts multiplying, having the same face and personality. Before long, the elimination of the other “me” begins. In the movie, Kamenashi plays 33 me's, such as a “military enthusiast me”, “big breasted me”, and “full-body tattoo me”.
As Kamenashi and Miki's works are incredibly popular, it was reported that there was a line of people who tried to get tickets at 6 o'clock in the morning.
Before the movie started, Kamenashi greeted the audience in Italian, "Buongiorno. I'm happy to be here in Udine." to which he was showered with a grand applause. The audience also gave Kamenashi and Miki a standing ovation with great cheers when the movie ended.
"I was moved when I received the large applause," Kamenashi said. "I realized once again that this was the work which can be enjoyable for anybody regardless of nationality."
"Ore Ore" is scheduled to open in theaters on May 25th in Japan.
Image: Ore Ore official site
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