日時：9/8(水) 19:00開場/19:30開演 ※『今、僕は』が先の上映です。
It's been so hot in Tokyo that Kappa, a legendary creature always needs water especially on its top of head like a plate, is crying for urgent rain falling.
Returning to the subject, the movie "Now, I...(Ima boku wa)" will be screening in September 8th at UPLINK FACTORY in Shibuya, which I played a role of mother of the main character. "Now, I...(Ima boku wa)" will be screened together with a documentary film, "LINE". This time, I'd like to assess who or where exactly those directors are aiming to give their mind to, and what they are trying to do through the films.
『LINE』×『Now, I...(Ima boku wa』
Date： September 8th (Wednesday) Opening the venue at 19:00, Starting of Screening at 19:30
Prior screening will be 『Now, I...(Ima boku wa』.
Fee: 1,800 including one glass/cup of drink
Venue: UPLINK FACTORY
Totsune Building 1F, 37-18, Udagawa cho, Shibuya-ku
"Now, I...(Ima boku wa)" directed by Yasutomo Chikuma
Satoru is a so-called NEET (“not engaged in employment, education or training”), living the life of a recluse in his mother's apartment. One day Fujisawa appears and attempts to draw him out of his inner prison...
"LINE" directed by Tadanori Kotani
Taisho-ku is a city in the district of Osaka. Thirty per cent of its population comes from Okinawa. The director films his alcoholic father, following him through the city, trying to balance this difficult relationship with having to be the father of a child who isn’t his. But he hates the place he lives in too much and decides to move to Okinawa, where he meets a few prostitutes with whom he talks and films the scars on their bodies. (Synopsis from website of Trino Film Festival)