Released in Japan in December 2015, the film won two prizes from the Japan Academy: A best actor award for Ninomiya and a best supporting actress award for Haru Kuroki as the son’s still-loyal girlfriend.
magazine, Clarke wasn't afraid to get real about the annoyances of dating someone in the public eye."Well, a con is you have strangers giving you love-life advice like, 'I'm a big fan of the show, and I'm not sure what you're doing with that guy,' which I didn't react well to," she explained.
Since then, he has went on to appear in numerous drama, movie and stage productions, making him known as the actor of Arashi.
Described as an actor who can act with his mouth and eyes, Ninomiya has won a number of awards and nominations for his roles.
My drama school friends—some of them aren't acting anymore. I found it."She continues, "As a woman—no, as a young adult, you spend your twenties figuring out who you are and what you want to do; it's a scary time.
The gorgeous thing about having friends who aren't in the entertainment world is they're like, 'You're letting important moments pass you by. Take the meeting."Thus, after taking the meeting, she landed the role of a lifetime on —something she admits has had its ups and downs."Within the space of time between them saying, 'You've got the part of Khaleesi' and now, I lost my power.
relationship ended in 2011 (with Susannah Fielding).
"One day I hope when there's really something to write home about, then I'll be able to talk." actress said the speculation was totally false."I mean, we definitely are friends and we've known each other for about four years.
And we happened to be at a restaurant at a wrong time having dinner," she told Refinery29.
Veteran director Yoji Yamada’s drama “Nagasaki: Memories of My Son” has been selected as Japan’s contender for the foreign-language Oscar awards race.
The announcement was made Tuesday by the Motion Picture Producers Association of Japan.