Love & Peace (2015)

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Love & Peace
The Japanese poster for Love & Peace
Directed by Sion Sono
Producer(s) Hirohumi Shigemura, Hidetoshi Yamamoto,
Naoto Miyamoto, Atsushi Moriyama,
Masao Teshima, Eiichi Kamagata,
Takeshi Suzuki
Written by Sion Sono
Music by Yasuhiko Fukuda
Distributor Asmik Ace EntertainmentJP
Third Window FilmsUK
Rating 15UK
Box office ¥53 million[1]
Running time 118 minutes
(1 hour, 58 minutes)
Aspect ratio 1.85:1
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Love & Peace (ラブピース,   Rabu Ando Pīsu) is a 2015 tokusatsu kaiju film distributed by Asmik Ace Entertainment. It was released to Japanese theaters on June 26, 2015.

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Staff[edit | edit source]

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Sion Sono
  • Written by   Sion Sono
  • Produced by   Hirohumi Shigemura, Hidetoshi Yamamoto, Naoto Miyamoto, Atsushi Moriyama, Masao Teshima, Eiichi Kamagata, Takeshi Suzuki
  • Music by   Yasuhiko Fukuda
  • Cinematography by   Nobuya Kimura
  • Edited by   Junichi Ito
  • Production design by   Tsuyoshi Shimizu
  • Assistant directing by   Noshin Kaze, Chihiro Maruya
  • Special effects by   Kiyotaka Taguchi

Cast[edit | edit source]

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Hiroki Hasegawa   as   Ryoichi Suzuki
  • Kumiko Aso   as   Yuko Terashima
  • Kiyohiko Shibukawa   as   Manager Satoru Inagawa
  • Eita Okuno   as   Shu Naito (Revolution Q)
  • Makita Sports   as   Section chief of Ryoichi's company
  • Motoki Fukami   as   Toru Tanaka / Ryoichi's coworker
  • Toru Tezuka   as   Scientist
  • Toshiyuki Nishida   as   Mysterious old man
  • Ichiro Ogura   as   Ryoichi's coworker
  • Erina Mano   as   Schoolgirl
  • Megumi Kagurazaka   as   Lily's mother
  • Daikichi Sugawara   as   Reporter
  • Kazuki Namioka   as   Ryoichi's neighbor
  • Miyuki Matsuda   as   Matsui / Record company producer
  • Ryosuke Maniwa   as   Amano / Ryoichi's coworker
  • Soichiro Tahara   as   TV host
  • Hakase Suidobashi, Shinji Miyadai, Daisuke Tsuda, Ken Mogi   as   Pundits
  • Dai Hasegawa   as   Dead (Revolution Q)
  • Yukimasa Tanimoto   as   Nega (Revolution Q)
  • IZUMI   as   Jane (Revolution Q)
  • Kazunori Yokoo
  • Gen Hoshino   as   PC-300 (voice)
  • Shoko Nakagawa   as   Maria (voice)
  • Inuko Inuyama   as   Sune (voice)
  • Ikue Otani   as   Pikadon (voice)

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Gallery[edit | edit source]

Main article: Love & Peace/Gallery.

Soundtrack[edit | edit source]

Main article: Love & Peace (Soundtrack).


Theatrical releases[edit | edit source]

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Videos[edit | edit source]

Japanese Love & Peace teaser
British Love & Peace trailer

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Two longtime Pokémon actors have self-referential roles in Love & Peace: Ikue Otani (Pikachu) voices Pikadon, while Inuko Inuyama (Meowth) voices the cat toy Sune.
  • the film is also a spoof of Gamera, Why Don't You Play in Hell? and Godzilla.[3]

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References[edit | edit source]

This is a list of references for Astounding Beyond Belief/Sandbox/Love & Peace. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. "Kinema Junpo". March 2016. p. 83. Cite magazine requires |magazine= (help)


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