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2016

Asian Three-Fold Mirror 2016: Reflections / アジア三面鏡2016:リフレクションズ

Hato Pigeon

Pigeon

鳩 Pigeon

(c)2016 The Japan Foundation, All Rights Reserved.

(c)2016 The Japan Foundation, All Rights Reserved.

(c)2016 The Japan Foundation, All Rights Reserved.

(c)2016 The Japan Foundation, All Rights Reserved.

(c)2016 The Japan Foundation, All Rights Reserved.

(c)2016 The Japan Foundation, All Rights Reserved.

(c)2016 The Japan Foundation, All Rights Reserved.

(c)2016 The Japan Foundation, All Rights Reserved.

Release Date
October, 26th, 2016
Running Time
40 min
Genre
Feature , Omnibus
Color
Color
Screening Format
DCP,Blu-ray, DVD
Screening Format with Subtitles
English (DCP, Blu-ray, DVD) Japanese (DCP, Blu-ray, DVD)

[ Directed by ]

[ Produced by ]

[ Cast ]

[ Staff ]

[ Production Company ]

The Japan Foundation Asia Center, Tokyo International Film Festival

[ Story ]

The Asian Three-Fold Mirror project brings together three globally acclaimed directors from Asia to co-create omnibus films with a common theme "Living Together in Asia."
Yukisada Isao has set the location in Penang, Malaysia, which is home to many Japanese retirees. The story revolves around a lonely old man (Tsugawa Masahiko) who keeps pigeons. The discord with his son (Nagase Masatoshi) and interaction with his helper (Sharifah Amani) are portrayed along with his distant memories of the Pacific War. The young woman played by Amani is called Yasmin, Yukisada's homage to late, great Malaysian director Yasmin Ahmad (Sepet), whom he loves and respects.

[ Official Site ]

http://asian3mirror.jfac.jp/2016_reflections/en

[ Premiere ]

World Premiere: 2016 Tokyo International Film Festival

[ Contact (International) ]

UNIJAPAN
Tokyo International Film Festival

15F, Togeki Bldg., 4-1-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0045
tel: +81 3 6226 3011
fax: +81 3 6226 3023
E-mail: masaki.koga@tiff-jp.net
http://www.unijapan.org/en