In one of Kazuo Hara’s most controversial films, the director turns the camera on his ex-wife, radical activist Takeda Miyuki.
Narrated in voiceover by Miyuki via a series of monologues, the film documents Miyuki’s day to day life as she takes care of the couple’s son, navigates new relationships, and demonstrates sexual freedom as an outspoken feminist during the 1970s.
While the film is ostensibly centred on Miyuki’s perspective, it simultaneously reveals intimate details of Hara’s own life as Miyuki unleashes her thoughts on him as a partner, a person and a filmmaker.
Sat, 01 Feb 2020
£13 Full, £11 Concs/Green, £7 Blue Members.
Four screenings: £36 full price, £32 concessions
Three screenings: £27 full price, £24 concessions
Two screenings: £20 full price, £18 concessions
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