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When:

Mon 6 Oct 2014, 6:30pm

Where: Massey University Albany Campus, State Highway 17, Albany, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: JapaneseConsulate

Join us for the Japanese Film Evenings for 2014!

Japanese films shown at the University of Auckland are usually screened on the last Thursday or Friday of the month from 7:30pm. The film screening at the University of Waikato are usually held on the second or third Thursday of the month.

The Consulate-General of Japan is proud to announce that Massey University Albany Campus will added as our third venue for the Monthly Film Screenings from October 2014. The film screenings at Massey University Albany Campus held on the first Monday of the month at 18:30

All films have English subtitles.
Admission is free and booking is not necessary.
Films, dates and times are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances so please contact us to confirm details.

We hope that you will enjoy the films and gain a deeper insight into various aspects of Japanese society.

October film "Osaka Hamlet "
(Director: Fujiro Mitsuishi, 2009, 107min. Rating:PG, Cast: Keiko Matsuzaka, Ittoku Kishibe )

Award-winning stories about Osaka dwellers.

A collection of stories by the popular manga artist Morishita Hiromi, known for her ‘Shonen Ashibe’ and other strips, has been transformed into an affecting live-action human comedy.

After the father’s sudden death, the cheerful, hard-working Fusako is holding together the Kubo family of three growing sons. Then a mysterious man appears, claiming to be the dead father’s younger brother, and the easygoing Fusako lets him move in.

The sons are perplexed by this unexpected development, but Masaji, the eldest, a very mature 9th-grader, falls in love with a college student, while the semi-tough second son, Yukio, begins to have doubts about his biological parents. Meanwhile, the youngest, the grade-schooler Koki tells his classmates he wants to become a girl and earns their ridicule. It is clear the boys have troubles enough to fill their days.

Presented by the Consulate-General of Japan, The University of Auckland, The University of Waikato, Massey University Albany Campus, The Japan Foundation.

(c) "Osaka Hamlet" Production Committee

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