Call Me ChihiroTrailer reveals Kasumi Arimura in her second Netflix drama, which will be published next year. I’m a film directed by Rikiya Imaizumi (love, love, and, when, love), whereas the film is written by Kaori Sawai. This film was inspired by the manga art published in the manga magazine Elegance Eve from 2013 to 2018.
This book tells the story of a former sex worker named Chihiro who works at the bendo shop in the coastal town of Seaside. There, she is being connected with people who with mental scars and struggles may not live happily, and her actions can influence each other’s life.
The cast of the movie includes Kasumi Arimura as Chihiro, Hana Toyoshima as Kuniko Seo, Tetta Shimada as Makoto Satake, van as Basil, Ryuya Wakaba as Taniguchi, Yui Sakuma as Hitomi, Itsuki Nagasawa as Chinatsu Ube, Miwako Ichikawa, Keiichi Suzuki, Toshi Negishi as Nagai, Mitsur
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This is still called “ChhiroTrailer” still.
In the trailer, I see that Chihiro worked as a prostitute. She was on her way to a beach and had a bento meal at Noko Noko Bento. She loved the meal as much as she did, and decided to settle down in the seaside town and join the bento shop. She smiles at customers and talks to them in a small way.
She doesn’t even hide her past and speaks with customers and residents about different problems. She comforted them through the conversations. However, Chihiro’s lonely nature is linked to her family and childhood. She likes a new lifestyle.
She advised everyone to live as their heart desires, and the world will change accordingly. But does he truly believe this herself? We have to get it, as Chihiro will take us on a healing journey where she will learn more about herself and as well help others in the process.
Watch me call me a Chihiro trailer.
The movie is scheduled to be released on Netflix on 23 February 2023.
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