A celebration of Japan Week at the University of Stirling in our cinema.
All Tickets: £5
Young failed painter Hiroshi (Yojiro Noda) falls into the depths of despair when he discovers he is incurably ill. Having given up on his dreams, everything changes when he encounters bold and outspoken Mai (Hana Sugisaki). Her strong will is infectious and pushes Hiroshi to reassess his outlook on life.
Director of the highly acclaimed documentaries Pyuupiru 2001-08 and Gospel, Daishi Matsunaga returns with his fiction film debut, inspired by the ‘God of Manga’ Osamu Tezuka’s last diary entry. Newcomer and lead Yojiro Noda (lead singer of the rock band Radwimps) won the Japanese Academy Newcomer of the Year and Mainichi Film Concours Best New Actor for his performance in this life-affirming work.
We’re delighted to welcome audiences back and we’ve been working hard to make sure your visit is a safe and enjoyable one. The short video below will explain some of the changes we have made and we have also have compiled some Frequently Asked Questions so you know what to expect when you visit.