"Giri/Haji" is a British television series directed by Julian Farino, Ben Chessell and Joe Barton.
The starring cast includes Takehiro Hira, Kelly Macdonald, Will Sharpe, Aoi Okuyama, Yoshiki Minato, Charlie Creed-Miles, Masahiro Motoki, Yōsuke Kubozuka, Sophia Brown, Justin Long and others.
Here are "Giri/Haji" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Giri/Haji TV series?
Netflix on Sunday, December 22, 2019 released the trailer for "Giri/Haji" you can watch here:
Giri / Haji | Official Trailer | Netflix.
What is Giri/Haji TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "Giri/Haji" TV series plot summary.
Kenzo Mori (Takehiro Hira), a Tokyo detective, travels to London in search of his brother, Yuto (Yōsuke Kubozuka), who was previously assumed to be dead. Yuto has been accused of murdering the nephew of a Yakuza member which threatens to start a gang war in Tokyo. As Kenzo attempts to navigate the unfamiliar territory of London to uncover whether his brother is alive and guilty, he becomes acquainted with DC Sarah Weitzmann (Kelly Macdonald) of the Metropolitan Police and Rodney Yamaguchi (Will Sharpe), a young half-Japanese, half-British sex worker. While searching for Yuto in London, Kenzo must also support his family back home in Tokyo. Kenzo's investigation brings him into contact with dangerous elements of London's corrupt criminal underworld.
Who's in the Giri/Haji TV series cast?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Giri/Haji" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Takehiro Hira as Kenzo Mori (Japanese: 森健三, Mori Kenzō), a Japanese detective
Kelly Macdonald as Sarah Weitzmann a detective constable alienated within the Metropolitan Police
Will Sharpe as Rodney Yamaguchi a charismatic half-Japanese, half-British rent boy and drug addict living in London
Aoi Okuyama as Taki Mori (Japanese: 森多喜, Mori Taki), Kenzo's rebellious 16-year-old daughter
Yoshiki Minato as Jiro (Japanese: 次郎, Jirō), a member of the Yakuza
Charlie Creed-Miles as Connor Abbot a gangster based in London
Masahiro Motoki as Fukuhara (Japanese: 福原, Fukuhara), a Yakuza boss
Yōsuke Kubozuka as Yuto Mori (Japanese: 森勇人, Mori Yūto), Kenzo's younger brother and a member of the Yakuza
Sophia Brown as Donna Clark an assassin associated with Abbot
Justin Long as Ellis Vickers an American
Mitsuko Oka as Natsuko (Japanese: なつこ, Natsuko), Kenzo and Yuto's mother
Tony Pitts as Steve Angling a detective inspector and Sarah's boss
Togo Igawa as Hotaka Mori (Japanese: 森穂高, Mori Hotaka), Kenzo and Yuto's father
Anna Sawai as Eiko (Japanese: 栄子, Eiko), Fukuhara's daughter
Jamie Draven as Ian Summers Sarah's ex-boyfriend and a former Detective Constable in the Metropolitan Police
Tony Way as Roy a detective from the Metropolitan Police
Katsuya as Toshio (Japanese: としお, Toshio), Kenzo's partner in the Tokyo Police Department
Nicki Vickery as Police Officer
Jozef Aoki as Takashi
Jacob James Beswick as Tyler
Ellie James as Annie
Andrew Joshi as Bill
John McCrea as Tiff
Peter Guiney as Kindly Albanian
Anna Koval as Joyce
Masaya Mimura as Saburo
Haruka Abe as Suzume
Alex Gok as Alex
Georgia Jay as Diane Vickers
Marian Lorencik as CID
Ken Yamamura as Eiji
Johanne Adams as Park Passerby
Steve Aldis as Cafe Passerby
Faraz Ayub as Uber Driver
Pierre Bergman as Jury Foreman
Ashley Byam as Boy In The Bar
Keir Charles as Chris
Wong Charlie as Restaurant Customer
Andrius Davidenas as Albanian
Richard Dillane as Brian
Stuart Dunstan as Queenie
Matthew Durkan as Detective Coles
Ria Fend as Cinema Passerby
James Fletcher as Jay Jay
Gabriel Gambetta as Passerby
Yūko Nakamura as Rei (Japanese: レイ, Rei), Kenzo's wife
Vivienne Gibbs as Hannah
Gary Grant as Michael Miller
Matt Greenwood as Rodney's Friend
Ethan Hazzard as Joel
Dominic Hughes as Ice Cream Man
Moe Idris as Police Officer
Hannah Isherwood as Beth
Cara Kiri as Narcotics Anonymous Moderator
Joelle Koissi as Passerby
Tayla Kovacevic-Ebong as Police Officer
Theresa Lamb as Cafe Manager
Richie Lawrie as Park Man
Kevin Layne as Prison Guard
Steve Lewington as Abbott Gang Member
Dipali Limbachia as Rodney's Friend
Damian Lynch as Dr. Odibe
Ibrahim Majid as Passerby
Kate Maravan as Jane
Stephen McGowan as Plainclothes Detective
Eiji Mihara as Hisateru
Enyi Okoronkwo as Shop Assistant
Wanda Opalinska as Ruth
Harry Palmer as Abbott Gang Member
Van Pierre as Self
Richard Pyros as Neil
Jim Quirke as Passer by
Jamie Roberts as Paramedic
Boyd Rogers as Abbott Gang Member
Davina Sitaram as Passerby
Dai Tabuchi as Oto
Matt Townsend as Reporter
Bianka Vago as Rodney's Friend
Patrick Walshe McBride as Paul
Yasuko Wilkins as Woman in Cinema
What are Giri/Haji filming details?
"Giri/Haji" series are produced by Sister Pictures.
The average duration of each episode is 56 - 60 minutes. Country of origin: United Kingdom. Original language: English and Japanese.
What are critics and audiences saying about Giri/Haji TV series?
"Giri/Haji" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.9/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 100/100.
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