Kiseki -Sobito of that Day- (キセキ あの日のソビト)
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Kiseki -Sobito of that Day- (キセキ あの日のソビト)
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© 2017 KISEKI -SOBITO OF THAT DAY- Film Partners

Music can make miracles happen


Kiseki is an uplifting true story of the band GReeeeN—dentists by day and anonymous chart-topping music artists by night. GReeeeN started out recording songs in their producer Jin’s closet and went on to dominate music charts. Dubbed as the “Japanese Daft Punk” of J-pop, their musical success is nothing short of phenomenal, especially in an industry where face value preceeds talent.

Jin (Tori Matsuzaka; Birds Without Names, The Top Secret: Murder in Mind) and Hide (Masaki Suda; Pink & Gray, Princess Jellyfish) are brothers bound by blood and their love of music. Older brother Jin has been attempting to pursue music professionally since his teens. He finally strikes gold with a major record deal but their father remains staunchly opposed.

Meanwhile, Hide bears the burden of succeeding a long line of doctors. After failing to get into med school, he finds compromise by shifting to dentistry instead. Free from notoriously difficult university exams, Hide forms a hobby band with his classmates.

Jin recognises his brother’s talent and agrees to mentor their band. They formed the anonymous band GReeeeeN and the rest is music chart history. Their debut album A, Domo. Hajimemashite was released in 2008 and debuted at No. 2 on the weekly charts.


Year: 2017
Length: 111 mins
Classification rating: Recommended for ages 12 and over.
Audience warning: This film contains very mild themes.

This film will screen in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne. Screening schedule TBC.

In Japanese with English subtitles.


  • Director
    Atsushi Kaneshige/
  • Producer
    Kentaro Koike/
  • Original Story
    Based on the true story of Japanese pop group GReeeeeN/
  • Screenplay
    Hiroshi Saito/
  • Cast
    Tori Matsuzaka/ Masaki Suda/ Ryusei Yokohama/ Shiori Kutsuna/ Kaoru Kobayashi/ Yumi Aso/ Ryo Narita/