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Keisuke Yoshida, My Sweet Little Pea, 2013.

Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme: My Little Sweet Pea

31 Jan 2015

One day, anime-obsessed and aspiring voice actor Mugiko’s estranged mother unexpectedly reappears in her and her brother’s lives. When their mother suddenly passes away, Mugiko (or ‘Sweet Pea’) begrudgingly travels to her mother’s hometown. Through her encounters with the locals, she begins to find out about her mother’s surprise local celebrity status and the life of the parent she hardly knew.

Drawing similarities with the films of classic Japanese filmmaker Yasujiro Ozu, My Little Sweet Pea is a bittersweet story about family and loss which transcends cultures. Directed by Keisuke Yoshida (Sankaku, Cafe Isobe), the film stars popular Japanese actor Maki Horikita (The Lady Shogun) and Ryuhei Matsuda (The Great Passage), and also features fun animated sequences by the renowned studio Production I.G. (Ghost in the Shell).

Directed by Keisuke Yoshida, My Little Sweet Pea is a bittersweet story about family and loss which transcends cultures.

Season Multi-buy Offer
Get 4 same price tickets for the price of 3 – this can be used on one screening or across different screenings in The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme (£33 for 4 full price tickets, £24 for 4 concession tickets, £21 for 4 members tickets). Please contact the box office directly for any queries regarding the multi-buy offer.

My Little Sweet Pea, dir. Keisuke Yoshida, Japan 2013, 95 min. Japanese with English subtitles, advised cert. PG

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