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Color Me True

PG Romance Comedy

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Synopsis

From the director of Thermae Romae comes a charming love story set in the magical world of 60s filmmaking. Starring Ayase Haruka and Kentaro Sakaguchi.

Aspiring director Kenji is smitten with the star of his favourite retro film, a beautiful but stubborn heroine called Princess Miyuki (Haruka Ayase). He yearns for the princess from the bygone era of black and white classic cinema, and spends his evenings replaying her film just to see her face. Through a strange twist of fate, Miyuki burst forth from the silver screen and joins bewildered Kenji in his world filled with colour—and she’s feistier off screen! 

Running Time 1hr 49m
Rating PG | Parental Guidance
Cast Haruka Ayase, Kentaro Sakaguchi, Tsubasa Honda, Kazuki Kitamura
Director Hideki Takeuchi

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