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Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter
- Rinko Kikuchi

Overview - A lonely Japanese office worker leaves her life in Tokyo and travels to the United States after being convinced that the buried treasure depicted in a fictional film is not only real, but located deep beneath the North Dakota tundra.  Read more...

 
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Overview

A lonely Japanese office worker leaves her life in Tokyo and travels to the United States after being convinced that the buried treasure depicted in a fictional film is not only real, but located deep beneath the North Dakota tundra.

Cast List

David Zellner - Director - PLASTIC UTOPIA/Brother of Nathan
Nathan Zellner - Producer/Writer - PLASTIC UTOPIA/Brother of David
Octopus Project
Sean Porter
Shirley Venard
Rinko Kikuchi - Actor, BABEL, (2006)
Nobuyuki Katsube - Star, 2009: LOST MEMORIES

 
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    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-Ray
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 013132626888
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: June 2016

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Reviews:
3 stars out of 5 -- "Rinko Kikuchi's superb core performance and some striking photography stand out..." - 02/13/2015 Empire


"[A] moody comic allegory about desperation, disconnection and dreams that uses FARGO, the Coen brothers classic, as a touchstone to examine modern life." - 03/19/2015 Los Angeles Times


"Visually, the movie is a small miracle. The brothers build on striking imagery, from the harsh, cold spaces that sharply illustrate Japanese corporate conformity to the bleak wintry and desolate American landscapes." - 03/26/2015 Chicago Sun-Times


"[A] deliberate, somber character study that semi-eerily morphs into comedy of middle-American manners and then into something else again." - 03/18/2015 RogerEbert.com


"[A] delicate, haunting study of a woman who has in several senses lost her way. Rinko Kikuchi, nominated for a supporting-actress Oscar for BABEL, does lovely work as the title character..." - 03/20/2015 New York Times

 
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