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Otōto (English: Her Younger Brother) is a 2010 film by Yoji Yamada. The first screening of this film outside of Japan was at the closing ceremony of the 60th Berlin Film Festival in 2010. The screening was a special tribute to then 81-year-old Yoji Yamada, whose films have been invited to the festival several times before. The story unfolds as the young Koharu (Yū Aoi), the daughter of a pharmacist in a modest neighborhood of Tokyo, is about to get married to the son of a prestigious family and even before the event everybody is anxious that the younger brother of Koharu's mother, Ginko (Sayuri Yoshinaga) might join the wedding ceremony, as he is considered to be the black sheep of the family and even Ginko and Koharu consider him to be an embarrassment, even though he has lived with the family for quite some time after the death of Koharu's father. As the invitations to the wedding had been returned to the sender, everybody is relieved that the younger brother Tetsuro (Tsurube...
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