Three Stories of Love was heralded as “The Best Film of 2015” by Kinema Junpo, Japan’s oldest film magazine. This is the first feature film in seven years by award-winning director, Ryosuke Hashiguchi.
THREE STORIES OF LOVE
Director: Ryosuke Hashiguchi
Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 | 7PM | Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
Admission: $12 ($10 for JCCC members) | Buy tickets here!
SYNOPSIS: Atsushi is a bridge repairman who lost his wife to a random killer on the street. Toko sublimates her creative ambitions to serve a disinterested husband and abusive mother-in-law. Shinomiya is an elite gay lawyer suffering an unrequited love. All are complete strangers, however their stories share threads of personal tragedy and disillusionment – of love lost, love wanted, and love rejected.
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