Café Society is the latest film written and directed by Woody Allen. As is usual for Allen, it plays in most of the world before being released in Japan a year later. With that, a year after the film premiered in France, Café Society will be released in Japan on May 2017.
As usual, the Japanese distributor have created their own website for the film. There’s not much detail so far, but they have been linking to various Japanese articles. Their artwork falls in line with the US design – a little unusual, but goes to show that strong image just works.
They do have what looks like a flyer that looks amazing.
Café Society stars Steve Carell, Jesse Eisenberg, Blake Lively and Kristen Stewart, in a love story that spans two coasts and many years, using the back drop of 30s Hollywood and jazz clubs of New York. It is Allen’s 46th film.
No other details yet – usually we’ll get a Japanese dubbed trailer. We will update this page if more fun stuff appears.
Café Society opens in May 2017 in Japan, in TOHO cinemas. Find more at their website. It’s the last place to see the film in cinemas, as it is available in home formats for most countries now.
UPDATED: Awesome Japanese poster.