Announcing a new Meetup for San Diego Japanese Language & Culture Group!
What: Movie Night -Oppai Volleyball
When: Saturday, February 6,[masked]:45 PM
4633 Convoy St
San Diego, CA 92111
Join us! We're bringing Japanese movies (with English subtitles) to our hangout at Broadway Coffee!
** Note - the movie starts at 9:45PM, but we will be there at 8 for anyone who wants to show up early to hang out, play some Playstation 3, get some drinks or chat. The cafe we use for this event is being generous with their equipment, time, and space, so if you can help out by buying a tea/coffee/etc. or leaving a tip, I'm sure the owners would appreciate it. **
Runner up for the previous movie night was, "Oppai Volleyball". おっぱいバレー
Nakamura Toru | Taguchi Hiromasa | Ayase Haruka | Ichige Yoshie | Mitsuishi Ken | Fukushi Seiji | Ishida Takuya | Aoki Munetaka | Ohgo Suzuka Oppai Volleyball Trailer
Drama/ Comedy/ True Story
Ayase Haruka gives hope to teenage boys in the inspirational zero-to-hero sports comedy Oppai Volleyball. Based on Mizuno Munenori's novel, feel-good hit Oppai Volleyball makes its themes clear in the title; it's about volleyball and "oppai" - which means "breasts" in Japanese! Directed by hitmaker Hasumi Eiichiro (Umizaru), the film follows a ragtag boys volleyball team, and their quest for the ultimate prize junior high school athletics can offer - getting flashed by Ayase Haruka. Oppai Volleyball costars Nakamura Toru (K-20) and Aoki Munetaka (Giniro no Season).
Earnest and enthusiastic newbie teacher Mikako (Ayase Haruka) has just started teaching at a junior high school. She volunteers to coach the boys' volleyball team - only to find the team consists of five nerdy teens with no athletic skills, and their minds in the gutter. To motivate them to practice and participate, Mikako promises to show them her breasts if they win a game!
タイトル : おっぱいバレー
出演 : 綾瀬はるか／青木崇高／仲村トオル／石田卓也／大後寿々花／福士誠治／光石研／田口浩正／市毛良枝／木村遼希／高橋賢人／橘義尋／本庄正季／恵隆一郎／吉原拓弥
監督 : 羽住英一郎
One of the most entertaining ways to appreciate Japanese culture is through its cinema. In America, this is usually confined to two or three people huddled around a DVD player or computer. Instead, we'd like to share and enjoy this experience with a room full of Japanese enthusiasts.
Our setup is enviable. Our host at Broadway Coffee has offered us the use of his whole cafe after it closes, as well as his powerful, world-class sound system, which we'll then be hooking up to our projector. In other words, we can actually enjoy these movies as they were meant to be seen - on a big screen, with audio that fills up the whole room. :)
Learn more here:http://www.meetup.com/SanDiegoJapanese/calendar/12395098/