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Free Public Screening of a Japanese Feature Film

May 11, 2005


Free Public Screening of a Japanese Feature Film at Auckland University

A Japanese film called “The Discarnates,” with English subtitles, will be shown for free at the University of Auckland on Thursday, May 26 at 7.30 pm.

Hideo is a 40 year old freelance TV scriptwriter, who has just divorced and is enjoying his new single lifestyle. One day he sees a man resembling his dead father. The man is his father and.....

Monthly screenings of Japanese films are co-sponsored by the Consulate-General of Japan in association with the Japan Foundation
Details in Brief:
Title: The Discarnates
Date: Thursday, May 19, 2005
Time: 7.00 pm
Place: University of Waikato, Lecture Theatre L3, Gate 1 Knighton Road, Hamilton
Rating: (M)
Length: 109 minutes
Director: Obayashi Nobuhiko
Cast: Kazama Morio, Kataoka Tsurutaro
Genre: Drama

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Admission charge: Free


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