For International Broadcasters, Distributors, Licensees
Search by Cast Name
Tetsuya Makita (牧田哲也)
破門 疫病神シリーズ 파문 역병신 시리즈 破門 瘟神系列
60 min × 8 eps｜8 episodes
Kazuki Kitamura and Gaku Hamada co-star in a television dramatization of two seminal works from the hugely-popular, hard-boiled series, “Yakubyogami” by crime thriller writer, Hiroyuki Kurokawa: “Hamon” (Expulsion), based on the novel of the same name that won the 151st Naoki Prize, and the series’ debut novel, “Yakubyogami” (Hoodoo).
半沢直樹 한자와 나오키 半澤直樹
114 min x 1 ep / 85 min x 2 eps / 75 min x 1 ep / 70 min x 1 ep / 60 min x 5 eps｜10 episodes
It was the height of the Japanese economic bubble when Naoki Hanzawa landed a coveted job in a major bank. But he finds the life of a banker to be a stormy one. As a loan officer section chief, Hanzawa works to finance the Nishi Osaka Steel company 5 million dollars at the insistence of his stubborn branch manager, Asano, and without collateral! What appeared a blue chip company is actually a heavily indebted concern that has been cooking its books. Within 3 months of the loan, Nishi Osaka Steel goes bankrupt, and Hanzawa and his bank have been deceived out of 5 million dollars. Not willing to take the heat and jeopardize his career, Asano plots to lay the blame on Hanzawa. When called to headquarters in Tokyo to attend investigative hearings about the fiasco, Hanzawa decides instead to deny the money is lost and vows to recover it himself. A believer in the goodness of people, but aware that deception costs double, Naoki Hanzawa's life as a legendary maverick banker begins.
クローン ベイビー 클론 베이비 複製人嬰兒
30 min. x 11 eps.｜11 episodes
Two humans with identical genetic makeup will attract and find each other, no matter how far apart. And those drawn-together clones will enter into a mutual battle of extermination. “The laws of magnetism” and “survival of the fittest” clash the moment these clones are pulled together, leading to crafty scheming and high-stakes competition in what turns out to be the ultimate game of “musical chairs” played out by clones yearning for distinction as “the true one.”