Scheduled Movies for July thru September

The following films will be shown at the Funabashi Bunka (Citizensf Culture) Hall, on the days indicated, at 10:00, 14:00 and 18:30.

gLA LENHUA DE LAS MARIPOSASh

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Thurs., July 18, 1H.-35Min.

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A 1999 Spanish film, official presentation at the yearfs St. Sebastian International Film Festival.

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The story of eMonchof, an 8-year-old boy and his loved teacher until they are destined to land on tragedy of the Spanish civil war.

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The original story by Manuel Rivas

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Directed by Jose Luis Cuerda, etc, and starring Fernando Gomez, Manuel Lozano, Uxia Blanco, Alexis de los Santos and others.

gHIGAMBANAh (The Flower of Equinoctial Week)

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Thurs., August 22, lH.-58Min.

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A 1958 Japanese film.

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A drama: Ozu Yasujirofs first color film product. The movie depicts a father opposed and indignant at his daughterfs engagement without fatherfs approval.  However, on being asked by the daughter of his acquaintance his way of thinking about marriage based on free will of the loving partners, he gradually but contradictorily consents his own daughterfs case.

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Directed by Ozu Yasujiro, and starring such well-known actors and actresses as Saburi Shin, Tanaka Kinuyo, Arima Ineko, Kuwano Miyuki, Yamamoto Fujiko, Ryu Chishu, etc.

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gONE TRUE THINGh

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Thurs., Sept. 19, 2H.-8Min.

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A 1998 American film    

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The story of eEllenf, a woman journalist working in the metropolitan New York, returns home in the country side, suspending her brilliant career, to take care of her   mother, who leads a quiet uneventful life and having suddenly fallen ill. She gradually comes to realize womanly transition and pathos encompassing generations.

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Directed by Carl Franklin, and starring Meryl Streep, Renee Zellweger, William Hurt, Tom E. Scott, Laure Graham, etc.

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Annual fee: \1500.

For information call the Culture Hall at Tel: 047-434-5555.