Takako Matsu wins Best Actress for role in 'Villain's Wife'


Actress Takako Matsu, 32, and comedian-actor Tsurube Shofukutei, 58, took out the Best Actress and Best Actor awards respectively at the 83rd "Kinema Junpo Best Ten" ceremony held in Ginza this week.

Matsu won her award for her role in "Villain's wife" and Shofukutei won for his role in "Dear Doctor," which also took out the award for Best Japanese Film. Clint Eastwood's "Gran Torino" won for Best Foreign Film.

Shofukutei said he was happy to be on the cover of KineJun's latest issue and that he would treasure it for the rest of his life, but apologized to Matsu for her having to appear beside him.

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He apologised for having to appear beside her,I don't see him do you?

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Tsurube Shofukutei, I don't like that dude as an actor and his humor is dry. He is pretty conceited; I suppose this award will shoot his head right through the roof.

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She is nice but he is boastful!

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Great movie.

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Villians wife? What kind of pointless award is that? Im guessing next will be Best brother's roommate's father's daughter who happens to be hot.

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Love her!

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