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  • Break Through! - Wikipedia!

    Break Through! (パッチギ!, Pacchigi!) is a 2005 Japanese film directed by Kazuyuki Izutsu. Plot ...

  • Pacchigi! (2004) - IMDb

    Directed by Kazuyuki Izutsu. With Shun Shioya, Sôsuke Takaoka, Erika Sawajiri, Kyôko Yanagihara. Kyoto 1968. Several high school students deal with their life as ...

  • Tak Sakaguchi in "Pacchigi!" - YouTube

    Tak Sakaguchi appears in this clip from the 2005 film "Pacchigi!" which is set in the late 1960s amidst brutal violence and upheaval, as a group of young ...

  • List full episode of Pacchigi! | Dramacool

    Pacchigi! Description Romeo, A.K.A. Kosuke Matsuyama (Shun Shioya), is a second-year high school student. A nice, normal, nonviolent type, he suddenly finds himself ...

  • Home Page - Patchi E-Commerce

    Patchi chocolates, boxes and gift arrangements invite you to share sensational generosity while experiencing the irresistible, elegant and innovative. We add a touch ...

  • Pacchigi! (Break Through!) - Rotten Tomatoes

    The Tomatometer rating – based on the published opinions of hundreds of film and television critics – is a trusted measurement of movie and TV ...

  • Pacchigi! Love & Peace (2007) - Rotten Tomatoes

    A brother and sister from a Korean family living in Tokyo in 1974.

  • Pacchigi! Love & Peace (2007) - IMDb

    Directed by Kazuyuki Izutsu. With Shunya Isaka, Hidetoshi Nishijima, Yuri Nakamura, Takashi Fujii. A brother and sister from a Korean family living in Tokyo in 1974.

  • 'Pacchigi! Love & Peace' | The Japan Times

    In 2004, Kazuyuki Izutsu made "Pacchigi! (Pacchigi! We Shall Overcome Someday)," a serio-comic Romeo and Juliet romance set in 1960s Kyoto. Starring Shun S

  • Pacchigi! Love and Peace - AsianWiki!_Love_and_Peace

    He (Kazuyuki Izutsu) uses two story lines to slam home his points. One is the struggle of An Sung's sister Kyung Ja (Yuri Nakamura) to rise in the 1970s' Japanese ...

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