Clover

Japan Release: 2014
Running Time:
120 minutes

Clover


Japanese Title

クローバー
[Kuroba]

Distributor: Production:

Toho
Toho / Fine Entertainment / TBS / WOWOW / CBC TV / MBS / TC Entertainment / Hokkaido Broadcasting

Saya is an industrious-yet-dumb young lady working at a hotel with the tyrannical-but-attractive Susumu, who constantly insults her--until one day he suddenly asks her out on a date. Saya loves another man--playboy actor Haruki Hino--but she begins dating Susumu, and despite his emotional distance, she falls in love with him. Then, as Susumu's job pulls him away from Saya's side, Haruki confesses his love for Saya. Meanwhile, the boss's daughter has designs on Susumu, and Susumu's boss insists that he must marry her. Will Susumu and Saya be able to stay together?

Live Action

Box Office - Stock Footage - DVDs - CDs - Pictures - Background - Concept Art - Cut Scenes - Reviews

Titles

International Title

Clover

Initial US Title

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US Distributor: - / Time: -

Alternate Titles

Clover
[Literal translation]

 


Staff

Cast

Directed by Takeshi Furusawa
Writing credits Taeko Asano, Toriko Chiya
Produced by Akiko Ikuno, Tamako Tsujimoto, Yoshiyuki Watanabe
Executive Producer Takashi Hirano
Music by Kousuke Yamashita
Cinematography by Mitsuru Komiyama
Futaba Yoshioka Tsubasa Honda
Saya Suzuki Emi Takei
Susumu Tsuge Tadayoshi Okura
Haruki Hino Kento Nagayama
Sakurako Kisaragi Yasuko Mitsura
Mitsunari Goda Kenji Murakami
Fortune-teller Rie Shibata
Matsushita, Section Chief Masahiko Nishimura

Posters



Box Office

Release Date: November 1st, 2014 (Japan)
Opening Weekend: ¥170,561,065 / $1,518,528 (Japan, 298 Theaters)
Total: ¥930,000,000 / $8,000,000 (Japan, Rough Figure)

DVDs and Blu-rays

Japan Region 2 Clover: Normal Edition TC Entertainment (2015)
Japan Region 2 Clover: Deluxe Edition TC Entertainment (2015)
Japan Blu-ray Clover: Normal Edition TC Entertainment (2015)
Japan Blu-ray Clover: Deluxe Edition TC Entertainment (2015)

Background and Trivia

  • Based on the manga of the same name by Toriko Chiya, which first started publication back in

Reviews

Nicholas Driscoll Star Rating
June 23, 2016