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Sea of Revival (15)

Wed 11 Mar 2020 | 6pm | £8* (£5*) | Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2020

*Subject to a £1.50 ticketing system charge. We don’t charge this to make a profit. Find out more >>

Sea of Revival (15)

凪待ち

Dir. Shiraishi Kayuza
2019 | 124 mins | Japan
Japanese with English subtitles


TICKET PRICES:

  • £8* – Standard
  • £5* – Student / Under 25
  • £21* – 3 film tickets for £21

In a bid to rid himself of his crippling gambling addiction, Ikuo (KATORI Shingo) moves to his partner’s coastal hometown in an area recovering from the devastating 2011 earthquake. Initially adapting to the new environment, his vice soon catches up to him in a vicious cycle.


Japanese Season | Café Bar Offer

Fancy a light bite? We’re offering our vegetable gyoza appetiser alongside a bottle of Asahi for only £6.95. You can pick up this offer throughout all of March!


Please note, the film will start promptly as there will be no adverts before this screening. 


JAPAN FOUNDATION TOURING FILM PROGRAMME 2020

Happiness is A State of Mind: Joy and Despair in Japanese Cinema

The UK’s largest festival of Japanese cinema is back for its 17th edition under the concept of ‘happiness’.

Happiness, though universal in its importance, is felt so subjectively by humankind that the definition of the concept is still very elusive. And yet, the search for happiness has long provided Japanese cinema with a staple theme, and it is within its framework that the Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2020 has been curated.

Embracing the rich and complex spectrum of emotions that go hand in hand with this concept, the programme seeks to present the highs and lows experienced in pursuit of happiness in Japan, showcasing diverse cinematic voices as they shine a light on stories of love, social inclusion, the resilience of humankind through times of hardship, and non-conventional paths to achieving and maintaining joy.

Since 2004, the Japan Foundation has showcased, in close partnership with distinguished film venues across the nation, some of the finest Japanese films in order to introduce their versatility and uniqueness to the UK. With a line-up of contemporary titles that have never had a UK release, documentaries, anime, and classic masterpieces, there is always something for everybody. 


 #JFTFP20 | @jpflondon |  www.jpf-film.org.uk


VENUE: EXETER PHOENIX, STUDIO 74

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