The Tale of the Princess Kaguya (movie)

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Alternative title:
Die Legende der Prinzessin Kaguya (German)
Kaguya-hime no Monogatari (Japanese)
La leyenda de la princesa Kaguya (Spanish)
Le Conte de la Princesse Kaguya (French)
かぐや姫の物語 (Japanese)
輝耀姬物語 (Chinese (Taiwan))
Genres: drama, supernatural
Plot Summary: In an idyllic rural setting an old bamboo cutter and his wife raise a tiny girl found nestled within a glowing bamboo stalk along with a fortune in gold. As she approaches adulthood the bamboo cutter uses the fortune to purchase a villa in the capital, buy himself a title and employ tutors to transform the country girl - now given the name Kaguya - into a refined woman. News of her beauty brings powerful and wealthy suitors who compete for her hand in marriage, culminating in a proposal from the emperor. All the while Kaguya wishes that she and her family could return to their former life and to be reunited with her sweetheart, Sutemaru. Sooner or later, though, her true origins will make their own claim upon her.
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Seen in part or in whole by 24 users, rank: #5037 (of 6068)
Median rating: Excellent
Arithmetic mean: 8.438 (Very good+), std. dev.: 2.3971, rank: #182 (of 6062)
Weighted mean: 8.711 (Excellent−), rank: #79 (of 6062) (seen all: 8.71)
Bayesian estimate: 8.207 (Very good+), rank: #175 (of 4613)
Vintage: 2013-11-23
Premiere date:
2013-11-23 (Japan)
2014-06-13 (Taiwan)
2014-06-14 (Australia, Sydney Film Festival)
Ending Theme:
"Inochi no Kioku" (いのちの記憶) by Kazumi Nikaido
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Aki Asakura as Kaguya

Kengo Kora as Sutemaru
Nobuko Miyamoto as Ouna
Takeo Chii as Okina

Atsuko Takahata as Sagami
Hikaru Ijūin as Abe no Udaijin
Isao Hashizume as Kuramochi no Miko
Ryudo Uzaki as Ootomo no Dainagon
Shinosuke Tatekawa as Inbe no Akita
Takaya Kamikawa as Ishitsukuri no Miko
Tamaki Kojo as Isonokami no Chuunagon
Tatsuya Nakadai as Sumiyaki no Roujin
Tomoko Tabata as Menowarawa
Yukiji Asaoka as Kitanokata
Japanese companies
English cast
English staff
Translation: Ian MacDougall (Theatrical release)
Executive producer: Frank Marshall

Darren Criss as Sutemaru
James Caan as The Bamboo Cutter
Mary Steenburgen as The Bamboo Cutter's Wife

Beau Bridges as Prince Kuramochi
Brian Leone as Villager
Caitlyn Leone as Kaguya(young)
Daniel Dae Kim as Great Counselor Otomo
Dean Cain as The Mikado
Emily Bridges as Kitanokata
George Segal as Inbe no Akita
Hynden Walch as Menowarawa
James Marsden as Prince Ishitsukuri
John Cho as Middle Counselor Isonokami
Lucy Liu as Sagami
Michael Leone as Villager
Oliver Platt as Lord Minster of Right Abe
English companies
Distributor:
GKids
Madman Entertainment (Australia and New Zealand)
New Video Group (DVD)
French staff
French cast
ADR Director: Jean-Marc Pannetier
French companies
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Spanish staff
Spanish companies
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Distributor: Vértigo Films (Spain)
Spanish cast
(none)
German staff
German companies
Translation: Thilo Mardaus
German cast
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