JFTFP: Where I Belong (12A) S

Friday 09 February 2018

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  • Director Shinji Azuma
  • Origin Japan
  • Year 2017
  • Duration 108 minutes

Izumi is an urchin who was set adrift by his parents. He is a thug, a thief and on the run from the cops. He takes to the mountains of Miyazaki in southern Japan where he comes to the aid of an older local woman, and is taken in not only by her, but also by the villagers. Based on the novel "Shabon Dama" by Asa Nonami, this is a beautifully rendered human drama of crime and redemption, located in a picturesque mountain village in Japan.

Screening as part of The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2018. To book a pass enabling entry to all eleven films in this season at a reduced rate please click here.

This film will start promptly at the advertised time with no adverts or trailers. 

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