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Lost in Frenchlation presents: Onoda w/ Eng. subs

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  • 06

    Jours
  • 18

    Heures
  • 07

    Minutes
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  • DATE DE DEBUT
    2021-10-22
  • HORAIRES
    19h00
  • TARIF
    8.5
  • TARIF REDUIT
    7
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INTERNATIONAL FILM SCREENING: ‘Onoda – 10,000 nights in the jungle’ in Japanese with English subtitles

-SUMMARY:
FILM: ‘Onoda – 10,000 nights in the jungle’ directed by Arthur Harari (2h47)
DATE & TIME: Friday 22 October, drinks at the cinema bar from 7PM (reserved tables for Lost in Frenchlation guests), screening at 8PM.
CINEMA: L'Entrepôt, 7 Rue Francis de Pressensé, 75014 Paris

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DETAILS:
Cannes-nominated for Un Certain Regard, ‘Onoda – 10,000 nights in the jungle’ is a must see! The French director Arthur Harari has created an extraordinary portrait of a forgotten Japanese soldier who keeps fighting a war that is over and lost. Join us for this special international screening; the spoken language in the film is Japanese, but the subtitles are English as always.

THE MOVIE:
The year is 1944 and Japan is losing the war. Young Japanese soldier Hiroo Onoda is sent to an island in the Philippines just before the American landing. In the jungle he trains a handful of soldiers to join him for ‘the Secret War’ – the war of a small guerilla group that doesn’t give up. For Japan the war is ending, and they are losing. For Onoda, it is not. He keeps fighting for another 10,000 nights, before finally surrendering. – Plot

“This gripping tale of misguided patriotism recreates a vanished set of circumstances via excellent performances and well-tailored cinematic choices.” – Screen International

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THE PLAN:
We will be kicking the night off with drinks at the cinema’s bar from 7pm, followed by the screening of the movie at 8pm. L'Entrepôt is a 1200m² independent cultural space combining 3 art-house screening rooms, a stage area, a restaurant, a garden, a cocktail bar and an art gallery.

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Covid-19 era sanitary measures: compulsory health pass.
However exceptional the plot may sound, it is based on a true story. A story you won’t want to miss!
The Lost in Frenchlation & L'Entrepôt team

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7 Rue Francis de Pressensé, Paris, France

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    INTERNATIONAL FILM SCREENING: ‘Onoda – 10,000 nights in the jungle’ in Japanese with English subtitles

    -SUMMARY:
    FILM: ‘Onoda – 10,000 nights in the jungle’ directed by Arthur Harari (2h47)
    DATE & TIME: Friday 22 October, drinks at the cinema bar from 7PM (reserved tables for Lost in Frenchlation guests), screening at 8PM.
    CINEMA: L'Entrepôt, 7 Rue Francis de Pressensé, 75014 Paris

    -

    DETAILS:
    Cannes-nominated for Un Certain Regard, ‘Onoda – 10,000 nights in the jungle’ is a must see! The French director Arthur Harari has created an extraordinary portrait of a forgotten Japanese soldier who keeps fighting a war that is over and lost. Join us for this special international screening; the spoken language in the film is Japanese, but the subtitles are English as always.

    THE MOVIE:
    The year is 1944 and Japan is losing the war. Young Japanese soldier Hiroo Onoda is sent to an island in the Philippines just before the American landing. In the jungle he trains a handful of soldiers to join him for ‘the Secret War’ – the war of a small guerilla group that doesn’t give up. For Japan the war is ending, and they are losing. For Onoda, it is not. He keeps fighting for another 10,000 nights, before finally surrendering. – Plot

    “This gripping tale of misguided patriotism recreates a vanished set of circumstances via excellent performances and well-tailored cinematic choices.” – Screen International

    -

    THE PLAN:
    We will be kicking the night off with drinks at the cinema’s bar from 7pm, followed by the screening of the movie at 8pm. L'Entrepôt is a 1200m² independent cultural space combining 3 art-house screening rooms, a stage area, a restaurant, a garden, a cocktail bar and an art gallery.

    -

    Covid-19 era sanitary measures: compulsory health pass.
    However exceptional the plot may sound, it is based on a true story. A story you won’t want to miss!
    The Lost in Frenchlation & L'Entrepôt team

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    7 Rue Francis de Pressensé, Paris, France

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