The Snow Woman (2016)

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The Snow Woman
The Japanese poster for The Snow Woman
Alternate titles
Flagicon Japan.png Snow Woman (2016)
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Directed by Kiki Sugino
Producer(s) Kosuke Ono, Daichi Monden
Written by Mitsuo Shigeta, Tomimori Hoshimoto, Kiki Sugino
Music by Sow Jow
Distributor Japanese EntertainmentJP
Rating Not Rated
Budget To be announced
Box office To be announced
Running time 96 minutes
(1 hour, 36 minutes)
Aspect ratio Unknown
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The Snow Woman (雪女,   Yuki-Onna, lit. Snow Woman) is a 2016 Japanese tokusatsu drama-mystery film produced by Wa Entertainment, and based on a short story called "Yiki-Onna" written by Lafcadio Hearn. It was released in Japanese theaters on March 4, 2016.

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Staff

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  • Directed by   Kiki Sugino
  • Written by   Mitsuo Shigeta, Tomimori Hoshimoto, Kiki Sugino
  • Produced by   Kosuke Ono, Daichi Monden
  • Executive producers   Toshiaki Sakamoto, Hiroki Tanaka, Takaaki Kajiura, Kosuke Ono , Daichi Monden, Yuichi Ichimura
  • Music by   Sow Jow
  • Cinematography by   Shogo Ueno
  • Assistant director   Daichi Ichihara
  • Head of Production   Satoshi Arai

Cast

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

  • Kumi Mizuno   as   Baaba
  • Kiki Sugino   as   Woman of the Snow
  • Takataka Aoki   as   Minokichi Ogata
  • Shiro Sano   as   Shigeru Amemiya / Eisaku Amemiya
  • Nagisa Umeno   as   Satoko Kawashima


Appearances

Monsters

Gallery

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Alternate titles

  • Snow Woman (English Japanese title)

Theatrical releases

  • Japan - March 4, 2016; October 28, 2016 (Tokyo International Film Festival); March 4, 2017
  • United Kingdom - June 29, 2017 (Edinburgh International Film Festival)
  • South Korea - July 15, 2017 (BiFan - Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival)
  • Philippines - October 22, 2017 (QCinema International Film Festival)

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