“To those who were not protected” is a human mystery that made a movie of the novel of the same name by Shichiri Nakayama. The sad and shocking truth hidden behind the mysterious serial murders that occurred in Sendai, 10 years after the Great East Japan Earthquake, is drawn. Takeru Sato plays the main character, Yasuhisa Tone, who is chased as a murder suspect, Hiroshi Abe plays the detective, Seiichiro Tomashino, who chases Tone, Kaya Kiyohara, Mitsuko Double Prize, Hidetaka Yoshioka, Kento Hayashi, Eita Nagayama, Naoto Ogata. Appeared in such people. Takahisa Zeze will be the director, and Tamio Hayashi will be the scriptwriter. The theme song “Mr. Moonlight” is a song from the album “MUSICMAN” released by Kuwata in 2011. Kuwata performed at the encore of the live “Miyagi Live-March to Tomorrow !!-” held at Miyagi Sekisui Heim Super Arena in September of the same year to send ale to the areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake. At the time of the earthquake, the venue was used as the largest morgue in the disaster area, and “Miyagi Live-March to Tomorrow !!-” was the first live after resuming general use. Kuwata responded to the offer from the production team who was watching the live performance at that time, “I would like Mr. Kuwata to participate in this work, which is set in Miyagi 10 years after the earthquake.” It was decided to be used for. On YouTube, a preview video of a movie using “Mr. Moonlight” is being released. ■ Comment by Takahisa Zeze On the night of March 11th, when the earthquake struck, there were many testimonies that the starry sky was extremely beautiful in various parts of the disaster area. The first thing that came to my mind when I heard “Mr. Moonlight” was such a scene. Kuwata-san’s song is like a memorial song, but it casually presents the importance of living. Although the song was released just before the earthquake, I feel that it fits perfectly with our feelings after the earthquake. “The times will change. This Japan has changed,” but-“Tomorrow is better than today, no matter how hard the present is.” From the earthquake to the corona wreck, I think that this song, which supports many people living in the present, has given a great deal of thought to the movie. ■ Comment from Ryuhei Tsutsui Producer We are pleased to announce that Keisuke Kuwata’s “Mr. Moonlight” is the theme song. “Keisuke Kuwata” Miyagi Live-March to Tomorrow !!- “” was held at Sekisui Heim Super Arena (Grande 21) in Miyagi Prefecture on September 10 and 11, 2011, six months after the Great East Japan Earthquake. At that live encore, which was the reopening of the place that was the morgue and the place of recovery from Mr. Kuwata’s own illness, “Mr. Moonlight Saints (Mr. Moonlight)” from “Hometown” (harmonica performance) The symbolic block “Moonlight)” was deeply and deeply ingrained in my heart, and it was an unforgettable experience after that. Ten years have passed since then, and when the development of this movie set in Miyagi started, when the movie was made, I would like to ask Mr. Kuwata to participate in the theme song. I was thinking. This song, which is included in the album “MUSICMAN” released in February 2011, has been listened to by many people in the last 10 years, received many thoughts, and will be loved forever. I think it’s a song that goes on. Not only in the story of the movie, but also in the audience who watch it, it is a presence that gently snuggles up. We hope that you will enjoy this song, which is the best ale for us who are still trying to walk forward in a world where it often does not remain, even in the movie.