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Topic - Tadashi Okuno
"He said we had to be ourselves, we had to be very natural. He didn't want a contrived character. That's why it was good for him to work with an actor like me _ because I don't know how to act that well," Okuno said.
"We didn't receive a script. That's the first time that's happened," said Tadashi Okuno, who plays the professor.