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Bangkok Nites + introduction
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Bangkok Nites, dir. Tomita Katsuya, Japan 2016, 183 min., Japanese, Thai, Isan, Laotian, Tagalog and French with English subtitles

Tomita Katsuya introduces a screening of his 2016 feature film Bangkok Nites.

Set in Bangkok’s infamous red-light district, Bangkok Nites is centred on the character of Luck, a sex worker who has moved to the city to financially support her family in rural Thailand. One day, Luck happens to cross paths with Ozawa, a previous client with whom she’d fallen in love several years earlier. An ex-soldier of Japan’s Self-Defense Forces, Ozawa lives a modest life in Bangkok, barely making ends meet. When the reunited couple leave the city to visit Luck’s family, they envision a possible future life outside the megalopolis.
08:00 pm
Sat, 07 Dec 2019
Cinema 1
£13 Full, £11 Concs/Green, £7 Blue Members. 

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