【GRist】Vol.64 Eita Nagayama

2024.03.31 BLOG

The 64th GRist is actor Eita Nagayama!

Eita has used many of GR series in his career, and in the TTA x Eita Nagayama x GR collaboration project that began in March, he is sharing his own columns along with his GR photos.

This GRist issue is linked to the special content. To learn more about Eita's thoughts on photography, cameras and the GR, check out the special content.


 
My GR

I feel happy when I meet someone who takes their GR out quickly.
However, it is difficult to talk much about the GR.

When I want the world to see my pictures taken with my GR, my playful side comes out because many people have the GR. I take a lot of pictures.

Being away from the universality of photography, the good and the bad, living with the GR, which allows me to sensually press the shutter, brings a sense of liveliness to my daily life as memories and records come together.

This is the joy of photography that I may have inherited from my mother. I wonder if the photos I take with my GR are no longer mine.

What is photography? The feeling of photography changes every day. Because I am alive. Sometimes I get confused.

A camera I never wanted to part with.
A camera that is the same as others, but different from others.

I'm enjoying my life with my beloved GR to the fullest, now.
 

 
 
Eita Nagayama was born in 1982 in Tokyo.
Since his screen debut in 2002 in “Blue Spring” (directed by Toshiaki Toyoda), he has appeared in numerous films and dramas. He won the Best Supporting Actor Award at the Japan Academy Prize and the Best Supporting Actor Award at the Blue Ribbon Awards for his role in “Dear Doctor” (directed by Miwa Nishikawa, 2009). He won the Best Actor Award at the Newport Beach Film Festival for his role in “Monster” (directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda, 2023). His major film credits include “Tada's Do-It-All House” (directed by Tatsushi Omori, 2011), “September 1923” (directed by Tatsuya Mori, 2023), and “Undercurrent” (directed by Rikiya Imaizumi, 2023). Currently in theaters: “Migawari chushingura (Substitute Chushingura)” (directed by Hayato Kawai, 2024), “Kaze yo arashiyo gekijoban” (directed by Tsuyoshi Yanagawa, 2024), and “I ai” (directed by MahiTo The People, 2024).

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