Arashi’s Kazunari Ninomiya appeared on stage on the 18th at an event held in Tokyo just before the release of the movie “Analog” (released on October 6th). In reference to the content of the movie, Ninomiya was asked if he had a close friend who he could talk to about anything, and although he was worried, he answered, “When it comes to things like work and the position I’m in, I can talk to the people of Arashi.”
[Photo]With Haru…Kazunari Ninomiya smiling and waving to the press
Among the many people who answered yes to the same question, the audience at the venue thought to themselves, “The condition is that you can talk about anything, right?” Then asked Haru, “No…are you there?” Haru said, “I don’t talk to people about anything. I’m not putting up walls, I have people I trust, but I don’t know if I’ll tell them anything…I have friends, but maybe I won’t tell them anything…Then I don’t have any.” concluded.
This condition of being able to talk about anything seemed to be a problem for Ninomiya as well, and when Haru asked Ninomiya, “Do you have any in mind?” he replied, “Hey, it’s tiring to be told. “Okay,” he said quietly. Haru spoke for him, saying, “No one can understand Ninomiya-san’s troubles.It’s impossible to understand the troubles of someone who stands on such a great stage.”
Ninomiya then said, “If I were to talk about things like my job and the position I’m in, I’d say it’s the Arashi people. Because they’re the only people who understand.” and asked, “There’s four of them?” to a laughing wave. To Rui, Ninomiya said, “In a twist, I ended up with Arashi as my best friend (lol).However, those are the only friends I have who have always lived with the same values.I have four friends.” It was tense.
This work is a live-action adaptation of the love novel written by entertainer Beat Takeshi for the first time at the age of 70. In this day and age, where we can easily contact each other via cell phone, we deliberately do not exchange contact information, instead making it a point to “meet” once a week and slowly building a relationship. It is a nostalgic and new love story that depicts the origin of love that never changes through the ages – the joy of simply meeting the person you love.
In reference to the content of the movie, Ninomiya was asked if it would be possible to fall in love with someone who doesn’t have a cell phone, and Ninomiya answered, “Maybe no. I don’t think it’s possible.” Haru said, “I don’t think it’s possible if you just think about the feeling.I think it’s inconvenient, but if you feel like it, why don’t you just go without it?” I tilted my head.
“It’s only if you know what a person is like. Even if you don’t have a cell phone…if you have a model case, Arata Furuta would be the model case.” He gave an example, “That person doesn’t have a cell phone, but Sancha (Sangenjaya) ) If you go there, they’ll be there, right? You’ll get caught. If there’s a regional or unique characteristic, you won’t be able to contact them, but if you go there, they’ll be there, so the answer is that you don’t need to have them,” he said, drawing a laugh. Like Saku, he said, “I’d be worried if it came from zero background.”
Also, in the story, the heroine, who doesn’t have a cell phone, suddenly goes missing, but when asked, “Can you continue to think of the person you love no matter what the circumstances are?”, she answered, “I don’t know what the movie says, but I’m a little white.” Nah…” Ninomiya said. “It’s more about whether you can take responsibility or not than whether you can do it or not. I can do it, but…” Haru said with a wry smile, “Is it okay to say that I can do it? Like…I can’t. I can’t say for sure.” did.
That’s why Ninomiya says of the main character Satoru, whom he played, “He’s believable in his stupidity, his purity.When you grow up to a certain extent, you compare various situations, societies, and positions, but the great thing about Satoru is that he ignores everything. It’s hard to make decisions like that, so I think watching the movie is amazing.” Then, Haru suddenly said, “When I listened, I felt like I could do it. That’s love, right?” and exclaimed, “Yes! Zuri!” at the unexpected “betrayal.”