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My Perfect Everyday”: Koji Yakusho Shines as a Public Toilet Cleaner in Award-Winning Film

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My Perfect Everyday”: Koji Yakusho Shines as a Public Toilet Cleaner in Award-Winning Film

“My Perfect Everyday” Starring Koji Yakusho Sets Box Office Record for Director Vin Wenders

The critically acclaimed film “My Perfect Everyday,” directed by German film master Vin Wenders and starring Koji Yakusho, has achieved unprecedented success at the global box office. According to reports from the authoritative American media outlet “VARIETY,” the film has grossed over US$24.3 million, marking a new high for a Vin Wenders-directed film.

The movie, which follows the daily life of a public toilet cleaner played by Yakusho, is set against the backdrop of the “Tokyo Toilet Project.” Through a poetic and romantic lens, Wenders explores the essence of Japanese culture through the eyes of Yakusho’s character.

In the film, Yakusho portrays a cleaner working in a public toilet designed by renowned architects such as Tadao Ando, Toyo Ito, and Shigeru Ban. The stunning visuals of the public toilets, combined with public art, have sparked a tourist pilgrimage craze in Tokyo, with the creation of the “Tokyo Toilet Shuttle Tour” for fans to visit the locations featured in the movie.

“My Perfect Everyday” has garnered critical acclaim, winning numerous awards at film festivals and earning high praise from audiences. The film has also been a box office success, grossing over US$1.3 million in the United States in just three weeks.

Director Vin Wenders, who worked with Yakusho for the first time on the film, expressed his admiration for the actor, calling him his “dream cast.” Yakusho’s dedication to his role as a public toilet cleaner has been lauded by critics and audiences alike.

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As the film continues to gain momentum internationally, Yakusho and Wenders have been promoting the movie in the United States and England, with plans for a release in Taiwan on March 8. With its universal themes of daily life and the uniqueness of each moment, “My Perfect Everyday” is poised to leave a lasting impact on audiences worldwide.

Editor: Liu Yuhan.

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