11/9 (Wed) 8pm Where'd You Go, Bernadette
14/9 (Sat) 2:15pm My Tomorrow, Your Yesterday
14/9 (Sat) 4:45pm The Tokyo Night Sky is Always the Densest Shade of Blue
14/9 (Sat) 8:15pm You Shine In The Moonlight (Preview)
15/9 (Sun) 2pm A Rainy Day in New York (Preview)
15/9 (Sun) 4:30pm Where'd You Go, Bernadette
20/9 (Fri) 8pm A Rainy Day in New York (Preview)
Cast: Cate Blanchett, Kristen Wiig, Billy Crudup
USA | 2019 | 110’ | In English with Chinese subtitles | DCP | Colour
11/9 (Wed) 8pm
15/9 (Sun) 4:30pm
Based on the runaway bestseller, Where'd You Go, Bernadette is an inspiring comedy about Bernadette Fox (Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett), a loving mom who becomes compelled to reconnect with her creative passions after years of sacrificing herself for her family. Bernadette’s leap of faith takes her on an epic adventure that jump-starts her life and leads to her triumphant rediscovery.
Director: Takahiro Miki
Cast: Sota Fukushi, Nana Komatsu
Japan | 2017 | 111’ | In Japanese with Chinese and English subtitles | DCP | Colour
14/9 (Sat) 2:15pm
Takatoshi Minamiyama (Sota Fukushi), a sophomore art school student in Kyoto falls in love with Emi Fukuju (Nana Komatsu), a girl he met on the train to school. He musters up his courage and talks to her. Though she bursts into tears the first time, they get to know each other and start talking every day. Takatoshi falls deeper and deeper in love with Emi, who supports his awkward personality with an adult-like maturity. At the urging of his friend Ueyama, he finally confesses his feelings for her on their first date, and she responds likewise. Though Takatoshi is thrilled with his potential true love, he also starts finding certain actions of Emi peculiar, such as her premonitions. One day, he stumbles upon a note written by her. On the note is a date in the future and their foreseen actions. Just as he starts raising questions, he gets a phone call from Emi: “I have to tell you something”…
The Tokyo Night Sky is Always the Densest Shade of Blue
Director: Ishii Yuya
Cast: Ishibashi Shizuka, Ikematsu Sosuke, Matsuda Ryuhei
Japan | 2017 | 108’ | In Japanese with Chinese and English subtitles | DCP | Colour
14/9 (Sat) 4:45pm
Love and death and love again in Tokyo. She spends her days dealing with life and death as a nurse, straining against formality and conformity. He spends his days working with his buddies in the precariousness world of construction. Nights are for drinking, bars, seeking and emptiness. Nevertheless, these two young people find and lose and find each other across the streets of a modern Tokyo that acts as much as a protagonist as a stage for their encounters. And they draw us more and more into their questions about life, their friends, their family and their hopes.
You Shine In The Moonlight (Preview)
Director Tsukikawa Shô
Cast: Nagano Mei, Kitamura Takumi
Japan | 2019 | 102’ | In Japanese with Chinese and English subtitles | DCP | Colour
14/9 (Sat) 8:15pm
Takuya Okada is a high school student. He visits his classmate Mamizu Watarase in the hospital. Mamizu Watarase suffers from the mysterious ailment “Luminescence disease.” People who have the disease show a faint sparkle under the moonlight and the sparkle gets brighter as their death gets closer. Mamizu Watarase is not allowed out of the hospital and she will not live long enough to become an adult. Takuya Okada offers to help her carry out her wishes before she passes away. He also tells her how he feels about her, but Mamizu Watarase’s death is approaching.
Cast: Timothée Chalamet, Elle Fanning, Jude Law, Selena Gomez
USA| 2019 | 92’ | In English with Chinese subtitles| DCP | Colour
15/9 (Sun) 2pm
20/9 (Fri) 8pm
Come rain or shine, Woody Allen returns to the city of New York which he was totally in love with. Going to Manhattan for a romantic weekend, undergraduate lovebirds are met with extremely bad weather and their vacation quickly goes haywire – she interviews a famous director but gets caught up in a love triangle with men twice her age, and he stars in his friend’s “modern film noir classic” but ends up French-kissing Selena Gomez. Timothée Chalamet and Elle Fanning bring untamed beauty to the idiosyncratic Allen’s romantic comedy – a refreshed love letter to Manhattan.
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