'Hood (film)

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Directed by Hakaru Sunamoto
Produced by Hiro Nakamura
Akira Uchizuki
Written by Hakaru Sunamoto
Starring Shuji Kashiwabara
Chiharu Matsuda
Music by Misia
Monday Michiru
Shinichi Osawa
Cinematography Toyoshi Tsuda
Distributed by NKK
Release date
  • July 10, 1998 (1998-07-10) (Japan)
Running time
128 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

'Hood is a 1998 Japanese film directed by Hakaru Sunamoto, and starring Shuji Kashiwabara.

The soundtrack of 'Hood features songs by Shinichi Osawa and Monday Michiru's special unit, Viva Unity, Zeebra, Muro and Misia.


Camping on the streets of Tokyo, Michio meets Chihiro, a dancer, whom he makes fun of at first, but later befriends. Together they join a team of aspiring dancers and aim to make their professional debut. Michio and Chihiro gradually develop feelings for each other but, triggered by jealousy, Michio's old friends try to come in between them.


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