Spaghetti Code Love (12A)

The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2022 Running from
Next event: Wednesday 23 February at 6pm
  • £8.55 (Non-Members: £9.50)
    Aged Under 26: £6.30 (Non-Members: £7)

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Part of: The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2022

The UK’s largest festival of Japanese cinema is back for its 19th edition with an exciting showcase of Japanese films, most of which have only recently been released in Japan, and all of which intricately render their respective dark depths of the human mind. 

Directed by Maruyama Takeshi
Starring: Shimizu Hiroya, Miura Toko, Sato Mutsumi

A modern and stylish tale of fragile young lives under the pressures of ambition, love, and general existence, which weaves in and out of the perspectives of its multiple flawed protagonists in a series of vignettes. 

 

Certificate:

12A

Duration

Approx 96 mins

Time details

15-20 mins of trailers & adverts before the screening (not included in duration)

Languages:

Japanese with English subtitles

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