See the joy, the challenges, and the tears that come with fame and glory in the sequel Documentary of AKB48 - Show Must Go On. This time, Takahashi Eiki - the director of many AKB48 music videos - picks up the camera this time and offers his perspective on.
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Only true fans and those fascinated with the idol culture of Japan would find “Documentary of AKB48: Show Must Go On,” a look at the all-girl supergroup AKB48, bearable. At 121 minutes long, it is an agonizingly detailed look at a year’s worth of.
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But RIVER can’t be Kami Kyoku if it’s not preformed by AKB48. Personally I wanted Fast Rabbit to be a title track… (Fast Rabbit is the theme song of DVD ‘DOCUMENTARY of AKB48 Show must go on ... since Iiwake Maybe is the last single I bought.
According to weekly tabloid Shukan Bunshun, it has come to light that former AKB48 manager Takashi Nodera (38 ... taken over 2009 and 2010 during the filming of “The Show Must Go On,” a documentary showing the inner workings of a group of girls.
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Documentary of of AKB48: Show Must Go On" shows up and close the group and problems they face as idols. The camera follows the group over a one year period.
But occasionally the public is shown a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes. Some of the most valuable insights come from 2012’s Documentary Of AKB48: Show Must Go On. Culled from more than 1000 hours of footage, the movie shows the young.