Where I Belong (12A)

Part of The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2018: (Un)true Colours - Secrets and Lies in Japanese Cinema Running from
Last event: Sunday 11 March 2018 at 1pm
  • £9.50 / £8.50 for screenings before 5pm
    Aged Under 26: £7 / £6
    Tuesday & Thursday Silver Screenings Over 60s: £6 before 5pm

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  • Cinema

Director: Shinji Azuma
Stars: Kazuyuki Aijima, Mina Fujii, Kento Hayashi, Etsuko Ichihara, Katsuhiko Watabiki

Izumi is an urchin who was set adrift by his parents. He is a thug, a thief and a predator. On the run from the cops he takes to the mountains of Miyazaki in southern Japan where he happens to come to the aid of an older local woman. Staying at the woman’s house he is taken in not only by her, but also by the villagers.

Based on the novel Shabon Dama by Asa Nonami.

 

There will be 15-20 minutes of trailers and adverts before the screening (not included in duration).

Certificate:

12A

Duration

Approx 108 mins

Languages:

Japanese with English subtitles

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