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更新日:2016年8月1日

Peace Film Screening

To commemorate the anniversary of the end of World War II, Minato City will be screening various movies on the topic of peace throughout the city’s libraries. All screenings are free of charge, so please come and join us. First-come basis.

Note

All screenings start at 2 p.m. Doors open at 1:30 p.m.
Programs may change without notice.

Date Library/Capacity Movie Storyline
August 4 Takanawa Annex/ 50 people Animation: Our Shelter, Mystery of Fish - 2008, Japan, 45 min. A story about the love of a father and a child during wartime. Yu and his father built a shelter together to hide from air raids. One day, when Yu was hiding in the shelter, he met his father, who had been sent to the battlefield. The shelter thus becomes the only place the two can reunite.
*The facility is limited to visitors up to high school age, excluding guardians accompanying small children.
August 7 Azabu/30 Mother Teresa and Her World - 1979, Japan, 55 min. A documentary about Mother Teresa and her words delivered to the world through her activities and people working with her.
August 9 Minato/90 Musical: Southern Cross - 2008, Japan, 142 min Isao, a student at Kyoto University is sent to the battlefield in the south. When Japan loses the war, he is accused of being a BC-class war criminal and is executed. What led to this tragic end and why did a regular student become a war criminal?
August 13 Konan/45 Return from Pearl Harbor - 2012, Japan, 88 min. The story follows the fate of a young submarine lieutenant who is the only one to survive his unit during their attack on Pearl Harbor. While the nine men from his unit are being treated as heroes, he becomes the first Pacific War prisoner and his existence is simultaneously eradicated back home.
August 19 Takanawa/40 Hibakusha - 2003, Japan, 116 min. A documentary portraying the lives of several individuals from Japan, the U.S. and Iraq living as hibakusha — survivors of the Atomic Bombs and nuclear contamination.
August 21 Akasaka/30 Good By Children - 1987, France & Germany, 105 min. A film depicting the personal story of director Louis Malle who spent his childhood in France during Nazi occupation. The story, portrayed from the eyes of a child, depicts the war horror and absurdity when children are forced to part from their dear friends because of their ethnic backgrounds.
August 28 Mita/60 King and Country - 1964, England, 83 min. An anti-war movie directed by Joseph Losey, which depicts the human tragedy at wartime. The setting is World War I and an army private is accused of desertion during battle. The officer assigned to defend him at his court-martial finds out what the real reason for the desertion is, as he comes to see that there is more to the story than it looks.

“Peace Corner” Exhibition of Books about Peace

Library Last day of the exhibition
Minato Special Exhibition Corner August 17
Mita September 14
Azabu August 31
Akasaka August 17
Takanawa September 14
August 15
Konan August 17
Azabu September 16

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Tel: 03-5472-3710

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