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Japanese film festival comes to Bratislava

WHEN:from June 15 to 17.
WHERE:Mladosť Cinema, Hviezdoslavovo námestie 17, Bratislava.
The films are shown in Japanese with English subtitles.

June 15 at 20:00

Blue (2003) by Hiroshi Ando. The story about two female secondary school students who share more than just an ordinary friendship ends after one of them returns to her boyfriend.

June 16 at 18:00

Postman Blues(1997) by Sabu. The story of a postman who realizes, after visiting his drug dealer friend and drinking to excess, that his life has completely changed.

June 16 at 20:00

Tales of the Pale and Silvery Moon After the Rain(1953) by Kenji Mizoguchi. An allegoric film about love, greed and betrayal based on the stories of Akinari Uedu.

June 17 at 18:00

Early Spring(1956) by Yasujiro Ozu. A look into the ordinary life of men, civil servants and clerks, illustrated by the story of a young man bored by his work and wife.

June 17 at 20:30

The Owl(2003) by Kaneto Shindo. A comedy thriller set in a village in the northern wilderness full of mystery disappearances.

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