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Omoide Ijou (Nishishi center)

Because lately due to preparing for the Footloose musical (which is this month), Nishi has been MIA from stages since last month and I’ve been feeling pretty lonely cause I can’t see her face.

Also doesn’t help that Nishi does not upload selcas and I have to rely on other members. jerk

I’m excited for the musical because this is pretty much a really big thing and it still amazes me that Nishi is participating in it, I’m so glad she was given this opportunity and I hope that she can wow people with her talent even if her part isn’t that big or whatever.

One of the things I love about Nishi is how she never half-asses things and completely focuses her attention to perfecting what she wants to work on but that also causes her to be incredibly insecure in some parts, but y’know 2 way road.

What I’m hoping is that working in this musical can open more opportunities for her, because Nishi deserves the whole world.

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Nakanishi Yuka G+

The taxi driver said to me [Miss, you sure are feminine!]

Aaaaalllllriiiigggggghhtttt! ! ! ! ! ! ! !


Nakanishi Yuka

どうも女性らしい中西です( ^ω^ )
Hello, it’s feminine Nakanishi ( ^ω^ )

Oya Masana

Is it a dream?

T/N: Masana, don’t disturb Nipipi’s happiness! XD


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An awareness of film history leads to a richer understanding of your art and further matures how you envision your film and how you approach the technical and artistic elements of filmmaking while staying true to your filmmaker’s style. Stanley Kubrick reinvents a visual sequence from Victor Sjöström’s The Phantom Carriage (1921) for The Shining (1980). He substitutes the croquet mallet in Stephen King’s novel to an axe and draws upon the film’s simple but emotionally effective editing and cinematography. Sometimes pieces of great films echo in others, and though there may be many reasons for it, certainly one must be in order to share in the timeless experiences that cinema offers.

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