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Maborosi
Introduction by Linda Ehrlich
Tuesday, Mar 13, 2018 6:30 PM
Maborosi is the story of a young Japanese woman from the working-class, and her subtle process of facing traumas. Maborosi was the first feature film by award-winning director Kore-eda Hirokazu (Nobody Knows, Still Walking, Like Father like Son). This luminous film was shot on location, using only available light. This is the film’s 25th anniversary Blu-ray release by Milestone Film and Video.

An illustrated slide presentation about the director, by Dr. Linda Ehrlich precedes the film viewing. Ehrlich has introduced films at the Guggenheim Museum, Various universities and at the Japan Society in NY. Her commentary appears on 2 internationally distributed DVDs: one thru Criterion, the second thru Milestone Film and Video, she has written 3 books and over 50 articles about world cinema. Ehrlich edited the memoir of documentarist/sculptor Juan Luis Buñuel, and has Interviewed Japanese directors Kore-eda Hirokazu, Kawase Naomi, Oguri Kohei, Imamura Shohei, Shindo Kaneto and many more.
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Maborosi is the story of a young Japanese woman from the working-class, and her subtle process of facing traumas. Maborosi was the first feature film by award-winning director Kore-eda Hirokazu (Nobody Knows, Still Walking, Like Father like Son). This luminous film was shot on location, using only available light. This is the film’s 25th anniversary Blu-ray release by Milestone Film and Video. An illustrated slide presentation about the director, by Dr. Linda Ehrlich precedes the film viewing. Ehrlich has introduced films at the Guggenheim Museum, Various universities and at the Japan Society in NY. Her commentary appears on 2 internationally distributed DVDs: one thru Criterion, the second thru Milestone Film and Video, she has written 3 books and over 50 articles about world cinema. Ehrlich edited the memoir of documentarist/sculptor Juan Luis Buñuel, and has Interviewed Japanese directors Kore-eda Hirokazu, Kawase Naomi, Oguri Kohei, Imamura Shohei, Shindo Kaneto and many more.