- Movie: Kakekomi
- Romaji: Kakekomi Onna to Kakedashi Otoko
- Japanese: 駆込み女と駆出し男
- Director: Masato Harada
- Writer: Hisashi Inoue (novel), Masato Harada
- Producer: Tadashi Oosumi, Nozomu Enoki
- Cinematographer: Takahide Shibanushi
- Release Date: May 16, 2015
- Runtime: 143 min.
- Genre: Drama
- Distributor: Shochiku
- Language: Japanese
- Country: Japan
Set in the Edo period during a time when the divorce rate was actually 2x higher than the present day.
A thrift ordinance has been announced by the government and the lives of common people get worse. During this time, many woman who want to divorce run to the Tokei-ji which is a Buddhist temple in Kamakura, Japan. The Tokei-ji helps women who are abused from their husbands and get divorced if they so desire. Nobujiro Nakamura (Yo Oizumi) is a doctor and wants to be a literary writer. He is staying at the Goyo yado in Tokei-ji. Nobujiro Nakamura tries to help the women with various ideas to start a new life. He develops feelings for one of those women. Jogo (Erika Toda) runs to the Tokei-ji because she is sick and tired of her husband. Her husband doesn’t take responsibility for his family and does whatever he wants. A concubine, Ogin (Hikari Mitsushima), for a wholesale dealer runs to the Tokei-ji.
Does Nobujiro Nakamura love Jogo, Ogin or a different woman ?
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