Lost Girls and Love Hotels : Margaret (Alexandra Daddario) found herself in the bustling maze of Tokyo at night, and became a respected English teacher at the Japan Stewardess Academy during the day. Margaret (Margaret) has almost no life guidance. In a Japanese diving bar, she finds meaning with her ex-boyfriend (Carice Van Houten), drinks to remember herself, and meets in a love hotel with a man who satisfies his short-lived desire Lost yourself in the middle.
When Margaret crosses the road with Kazu (Takehiro Hira) who is soaring, she falls in love with him despite danger and tradition hindering their chance to be together. We follow Margaret through the darkness and light of love, and what it means to go abroad with a young man. Hosted by the award-winning director William Olsen (Reliance), written by Catherine Hanrahan (Catherine Hanrahan), adapted from her famous novel; The Lost Girl and Love Hotel.
“Lost Girl and Love Hotel” is an American thriller film directed by William Olsen, directed by Catherine Hanrahan (Catherine Hanrahan) and adapted from Hanrahan’s novel “Lost Girl and Love Hotel”. The film is directed by Alexandra Daddario as the American English teacher in Tokyo. He lost the nightlife in Tokyo and began a romance with a member of Yakuza. The film will be screened in some theaters in the United States on September 18, 2020, and will be distributed through Astrakan Film AB’s video on demand. The title “I am not a bird” was used in the production of the film.
The film tells the story of Margaret (Daddario), an English teacher at Japan Flight Attendant Academy in Tokyo. She spent the night drinking in a bar with a fellow foreigner (van Houten) to forget her past. When Margaret met a dilapidated Kaira, she fell in love with him despite danger and tradition hindering their chances of being together.
In December 2009, based on Catherine Hanrahan’s 2006 novel, it was announced that Kate Bosworth would star and star in “The Lost Girl and the Love Hotel.” Jean-Marc Vallee (Jean-Marc Vallee) was appointed as the director, and Nadia Conners (Nadia Conners) wrote the adapted screenplay. However, this movie was never put into production.
In October 2017, it was announced that Alexandra Daddario (Alexandra Daddario) would star in the newly produced adaptation, titled “I am not a bird”, which was later restored to its original name. Hanrahan was hired to adapt his novel and William Olsson was hired to direct. Other casts were announced in November 2017, including Carice van Houten and Takehiro Hira.
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The filming took place in Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan from October 27, 2017 to December 15, 2017.
The film was announced on July 8, 2020. The film will be released on September 4, 2020 under the leadership of Astrakan Releasing, the newly established distribution agency of Astrakan Films AB, which is run by director William Olsson and producer Lauren Mann. The first trailer of the film is also released with the release date of the film. The official theatrical trailer was released on August 13, 2020, and the new release date is set for September 18.
Catherine Hanrahan (book)
Catherine Hanrahan (screenplay)
Alexandra Daddario as Margaret
Carice van Houten as Ines
Takehiro Hira as Kazu
Kate Easton as Louise
Peter Mark Kendall as Frank
Andrew Rothney as Liam
Mariko Tsutsui as Mari
Elisabeth Larena as Alice
Asuka Kurosawa as Mikiko
Eri Ishida as Yuki
Misuzu Kanno as Nakamura
Yasunari Takeshima as Used
Niclas Ericsson as Rooftop Cafe Man
Jenny Shima as Rooftop Cafe Woman
Haruka Imô as Fumiko
Katsumasa Morita as Salaryman 2
Tarô Suruga as Cute Construction Worker
Dasha Teranishi asMargaret’s mother
Yu Mizuhara as Masa
Kenji Isomura as Salaryman 1
Axel Kzewit as Dancer
Anastasia Nasu as Irina
Federico Settimelli as Love Hotel Man 1
USA : 4 September 2020 (internet)
Also Known As
(original title) : Lost Girls and Love Hotels
Canada (English title) : Lost Girls and Love Hotels
UK : Lost Girls and Love Hotels
USA : Lost Girls and Love Hotels
Toho Studios, Tokyo, Japan (Love hotel rooms)