Next month, a new comedy film called “Shodo Girls” will be released in Japan.
Shodo means Japanese calligraphy, and literally, the film is about high school girls enliven their hometown through unique calligraphy performance.
The film is based on the true story, where the members of the calligraphy club at a high school started calligraphy performance on a huge sheet of paper along with pop music at a local shopping mall.
The performance was well received and developed to be a big event in Japan.
“Shodo Girls” preview
Directed by Ryuichi Inomata, the film is starring a remarkable teen actress, Riko Narumi, and a musician-actor, Nobuaki Kaneko.
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