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Japanese films to delight local audiences

Update: November, 06/2013 - 14:00
The movie programme will feature the 2011 Tokyo Family; a universal story on family relationships, the emotional Star Watching Dog about the bond between a middle-aged man and a dog, and sorrowful epic Rebirth.— VNS Photo
HA NOI (VNS)– A selection of eight Japanese movies will be presented widely to Vietnamese audiences when a movie screening programme kicks off this month.

Organised by the Japan Foundation Centre for Cultural Exchange in Viet Nam, the free screening programme will take place in Ha Noi, Da Nang and Vung Tau cities.

The movie programme will feature the 2011 Tokyo Family; a universal story on family relationships, the emotional Star Watching Dog about the bond between a middle-aged man and a dog, and sorrowful epic Rebirth.

Other films to be screened will be the Japan's 2005 Academy Award winning Half a Confession, and historical film The Last Ronin.

Other films to be screened will be the Japan's 2005 Academy Award winning Half a Confession, and historical film The Last Ronin.— VNS Photo

The movie Linda Linda Linda; a story about youth, friendship and music, the animation Grave of the Fireflies and comedy Someday, will also be presented to Vietnamese audiences.

In the capital city, cinema goers can enjoy the movies at the National Cinema Centre, 87 Lang Ha Street, from November 13-24.

In Da Nang, the movies will be screened at the Le Do Cinema, 46 Tran Phu Road, from December 6-8.

In Vung Tau, at the Ba Ria Cinema on Cach Mang Thang Tam Road, from December 13-15.

In Ha Noi and Da Nang, the movies will be screened in Japanese with English and Vietnamese subtitles, while in Vung Tau, they will be accompanied with English subtitles and Vietnamese dubbing. – VNS

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