Title (romaji): Koukou Kyoushi
English title: A High School Teacher
Movie released: November 6th, 1993
Genre: Human drama
Theme song: Tatoeba Boku ga Shindara (たとえばぼくが死んだら) by Morita Douji (森田童子)
Related dramas: Koukou Kyoushi 1974 (TV Tokyo), Koukou Kyoushi (1993), Koukou Kyoushi 2003
In a rugby match, disaster strikes as player Kazuki causes serious injury to his friend Takeshi, and as a result he is left as a vegetable. Guilt-ridden he quits the team and settles in a remote Kamakura Girl’s High School as a sport teacher. During a hot summer holiday, Kazuki has fallen into a love relationship, albeit unacceptable to the outsiders, with one of his student Mayu. Later, he realizes that his attraction to her comes from nothing other than her loneliness and a crime labelled as grossly unforgivable.
Karasawa Toshiaki (唐沢寿明) as Hano Kazuki
Toyama Kyoko (遠山景織子) as Kashiwagi Mayu
Suzuki Anju (鈴木杏樹) as Makino Ryoko
Kikuchi Takanori (菊池孝典) as Makino Takeshi
Kaneda Akio as (金田明夫) Yosuke Maeda
Oginome Keiko (荻野目慶子) as Sakaki Miwa
Tayama Ryosei (田山涼成)
Osugi Ren (大杉漣)
Director: Yoshida Ken (吉田健)
Producer: Furuya Akitsuna
Executive Producer: Tazawa Masatoshi (田澤正稔), Masuda Hisao (増田久雄)
Coordinating Producers: Ito Kazuhiro (伊藤一尋),
Producer: Hamana Kazuya (濱名一哉), Sakura Kenjiro (佐倉寛二郎)
Screenwriter: Nojima Shinji (野島伸司)
Music: Senju Akira (千住明)
Film Director: Takama Kenji
Assistant Director: Sakita Kenichi
The movie was filmed in Niigata, Nojima Shinji’s hometown.
The school in the movie is Musashigaoka College (武蔵丘短期大学).
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