A main street in Yokohama, lined with historical buildings. In the late afternoon of October, a movie was being filmed in front of the courthouse in one corner of the street.
In the light rain, Kei Tanaka (37) walks down the street with a tired look on his face among the extras. He stops alone in front of the entrance to the courthouse. As the extras pass him from behind, Tanaka mumbles something and the extras, reacting to his words, all turn to look at him.
When the cut was made, Tanaka walked back to his original position with the extras.
Tanaka is currently appearing in the TV drama “Labyrinth of the Spiral: DNA Forensics” (TV Tokyo), and after finishing filming at the end of August, he will be appearing in the movies “The Prime Minister’s Husband” and “And the Baton Was Passed”. She is said to be a mood maker, and even in the midst of her busy schedule, she gets her co-stars excited.
On this day, Tanaka looked tired from start to finish, even when she was not acting. It seems that being popular is not easy.
From “FRIDAY” November 19, 2021 issue
Cinematography by： Yusuke Kondo