Found 9 films | Currently viewing films from Japan
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    / National Museum of Singapore*
    *Filmmaker in Attendance

    Culinary and human passions are sensitively threaded together in Kawase’s much loved treatise on the healing power of empathy.

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    Bangkok Nites

    / National Gallery of Singapore

    A portrait of Bangkok working ladies and their Japanese clientele that hits the dusty road with the frantic energy of the beat generation.

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    Yamato (California)

    / The Arts House*
    *Filmmaker in Attendance

    The historical backdrop of American presence in Japan and its cultural disjuncture in hybridity is explored through a girl’s musical journey as a rapper.

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    A Fugitive From The Past aka Straits of Hunger

    / National Museum of Singapore

    Voted the sixth greatest Japanese film ever made, Tomu Uchida’s emblematic suspense thriller is a study on the intense revelations of the human psyche.

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    / National Museum of Singapore

    A raw and delicate treatise on birth and femininity, told through the journeys of several women in their quests to give life.

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    The Mourning Forest

    / National Museum of Singapore

    Two people lose themselves in an ethereal forest of grief in this eloquent deliberation on what it means to be alive.

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    Still the Water

    / National Museum of Singapore

    The turbulence of human relations escalates, explodes and settles in tandem with the waves and weather in Kawase’s naturalistic portrait of youth.

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    / National Museum of Singapore

    This love letter to Kawase’s hometown is a sublime and tender contemplation of familial strength and gripping humanity.

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    Wet Woman in the Wind

    / Shaw Theatres Lido
    / The Arts House

    A sexually-liberated temptress latches onto a rural recluse in this audacious pink comedy.