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  • Sun Apr 28 2024, 2:00pm–4:30pm


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Screening of Mitsutoshi Tanaka's blockbuster «125 Years Memory» at the European Film Festival 2024.

Separated by 9,000 kilometres, the people of Japan and Turkey have fostered deep ties of friendship. In a time when people all over the world are growing steadily more suspicious of other nations over politics, economics and religion, «125 Years Memory» is an epic of hope demonstrating how fellow-feeling between one person and another can bring about a miracle.

Two historical incidents that deepened the friendship between Japan and Turkey are connected in this story of friendship and compassion: The sinking of the Turkish frigate Ertuğrul off the Japanese coast in 1890, and the evacuation of Japanese nationals from Iran during the Iran-Iraq war in 1985.

Virtuoso director Mitsutoshi Tanaka's call for world peace received the Japan Academy Film Prize in ten categories, including Best Art Direction, Excellent Film and Excellent Director.

Starring: Seiyo Uchino, Kenan Ece, Shioli Kutsuna, Yui Natsukawa
Original title: 海難1890 | Year: 2015 | Runtime: 132 min
Languages: Japanese, Turkish, English | Subtitles: English
Advisory: PG13 (Some Disturbing Scenes)

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