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Banana Yoshimoto


9 Movies0TV shows
0/9 rated


About Banana Yoshimoto

Banana Yoshimoto is a 57 years old female from Tokyo, Japan. Banana is most well known for writing, and has 9 known credits, of which 9 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Banana Yoshimoto’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Banana Yoshimoto’s movies you should definitely watch Moonlight Shadow (2021), as with 9.0 it is the highest rated movie Banana has worked on!

  1. Moonlight Shadow (2021)
  2. Memories of a Dead End (2019)
  3. Lizard (2009)
  4. Tsugumi (1990)
  5. Argentine Hag (2007)

1. Moonlight Shadow (2021 Movie)

The best rated movie Banana Yoshimoto has been a part of is the drama movie Moonlight Shadow, where they had the role of writing. It has a rating on Friendspire of 9.0.

2. Memories of a Dead End (2019)

Memories of a Dead End has a rating on 6.5 on IMDb . Banana Yoshimoto worked on this drama, romance movie as writing.

3. Lizard (2009)

In Lizard Banana Yoshimoto was worked as writer.

4. Tsugumi (1990)

This drama movie has a rating on 6.5 on IMDb. In Tsugumi Banana Yoshimoto had the role of writing.

5. Argentine Hag (2007)

Banana Yoshimoto was a part of the movie Argentine Hag as writing. This drama movie has a rating 5.9 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Banana Yoshimoto born?

Banana Yoshimoto’s birthday is on 24 July 1964.

What is Banana Yoshimoto’s gender?

Banana Yoshimoto is female.

Where was Banana Yoshimoto born?

Banana Yoshimoto was born in Tokyo, Japan.

What is Banana most known for?

Banana Yoshimoto is most known for writing. Banana has worked on 9 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Banana Yoshimoto’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Moonlight Shadow, which has a score of 9.0.

Banana’s Filmography

Executive producer. Satsuki lost her boyfriend, Hitoshi, in a car accident. Unable to face up to his death, she spends her days unable to sleep properly. At some point, Satsuki began to jog at dawn as part of her daily routine, and on a bridge she always passes, she meets a mysterious woman named Urara.

Executive producer. A woman travels to Nagoya to meet her boyfriend who works there. She is disheartened to learn that he is seeing a new girl. However, she decides to stay a few more days, in a guesthouse at a dead end. Based on Yoshimoto Banana’s novel.

Executive producer. Tokage concerns a love affair between two healers who are unable to heal their own mental wounds. The narrator is a counselor for disturbed children. He has fallen in love with a profoundly sad woman nicknamed 'Tokage' who longs for oblivion, but only feels her place in the world is to heal having an uncanny ability to diagnose and treat other people’s illnesses. The story follows their mutual fumbling towards the point where they can share with each other their most personal stories. Based on the short story by Banana Yoshimoto, Tokage was commissioned by television network NHK for a series in which the works of famous Japanese authors would be narrated on film, as captured by noteworthy directors. Shot on hi-def video, Tokage follows actress Ryô as she reads Yoshimoto’s text. Tsukamoto films under a variety of light sources, primarily natural and filmed it in a single continuous shot at sundown with the use of few minimal practical effects.

Executive producer. Tsugumi, who lives in a small seaside town, has been in delicate health from birth. Her parents spoiled her and she is rough and selfish. However, a few people are attracted by her beauty and unique character.

Executive producer. After the death of her dearest mother, her serious-minded father goes missing, leaving their only daughter Mitsuko. Six months later, it turns out that he is at Yuri's house, who is rumored to be an eccentric and is commonly known as Argentine hag.

Executive producer. The story centers around Mikage, a young woman who loses her parents when young. She grows up in a lonely household with her grandmother who dies when Mikage reaches adulthood. Grief-stricken, she finds solace in the kitchen. Yuichi, a friend of Mikage's deceased grandmother, invites her to live with him and his mother. Then Mikage discovers that Yuichi's mother is actually his cross-dressing father. On the other hand, Mikage realizes that the wealth of gadgetry in Yuichi's kitchen is lovingly detailed...

Executive producer. Aggie is suffering a great pain after the death of her Grandmother. She has no one else so she moves in with her Godmother and her son, Louie. Aggie does not speak a single word, the pain she is going through is unimaginable, and this portrayal is simply stunning in its sadness and grief. Louie and Wah try to make her feel at home, and soon Aggie's passion for cooking shines through her sadness.

Executive producer. Terako is a young woman without a job. She has an affair with Iwanaga who is married. His wife is in a coma. One day, Terako's friend kills herself. After that, Terako sleeps all day long and wakes up only when Iwanaga calls her.

Executive producer. Mari is exhausted by life in the city and opens up a shop selling snow cones in the small town of Nishiizu where she grew up. The simple flavors of her cold desserts soothe the emotional wounds of her customers and Mari comes to terms with herself by spending time with a young woman with a scarred face.

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