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Nosari: Impermanent Eternity

  • 가족
  • 감동
  • 성장영화

Japan|2020 |129min |World Premiere |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
224 7/11  19:30 CGV Sopung 2 12
511 7/14  13:30 CGV Sopung 4 12
224 7/11  19:30CGV Sopung 2
12
511 7/14  13:30CGV Sopung 4
12

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Program Note

A young man (Fujiwara Kisetsu) wanders and makes calls to elders who live alone. Saying “Granny, it’s me,” he lies to them that he is their grandson. An old lady, who runs a music shop in the declining shopping area in Amakusa, answers his call and warmly accepts him. Pretending as her grandson, he settles down in the town. He gets used to his friendship with young villagers, the sound and landscape of Amakusa, and the old lady’s everyday life.
 
Koyama Kundo, the producer and co-screenwriter, shot the film in his hometown of Amakusa in Kumamoto Prefecture. Koyama explains that ‘Nosari’ (Kumamoto dialect for ‘blessing’) represents the lifestyle of the Amakusa people, who take things from heaven without opposition. Through the eternal medium of cinema, director Yamamoto, best known for his documentaries, strives to keep a record of this disappearing space and dispersing sounds. He also tries to capture every secret of the souls permeated therein. (Ellen Y. D. KIM)

Director

야마모토 타츠야

YAMAMOTO Tatsuya

Born in Shizuoka in 1966. His 2nd documentary Her Dear Old House (2008) won Jean Vigo Award at the Punto De Vista Int’l Documentary Film Festival and the first drama Kamihate Store (2012) was selected in the competition section at the Karlovy Vary IFF. 

Credit

Producer Koyama Kundo
Screenplay Yamamoto Tatsuya
Cinematographer Suzuki Ippaku
Editor Suzuki Kan
Music Tanikawa Kensaku, Ogura Ayano, Fujimoto Kazuma
Production Design Maruyama Hiroshi
Cast Fujiwara Kisetsu, Hara Chisako, Sugihara Ami
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