Art & Design

Films at the Embassy of Japan:
The Face of Jizo 父と暮らせば

6 October 2010, London

The Face of Jizo  父と暮らせば
Kazuo Kuroki 黒木和雄/2004/99mins

Wednesday, 6 October 2010 18:30
Doors open at 17:45 No admittance after 19:00



Once a young girl filled with hopes and dreams, Mitsue's life is suddenly changed forever when the atomic bomb falls on Hiroshima. Conscious-stricken that she did not die like so many of those she cared for, this moving story revolves around the life of Mitsue and the relationship with her father as she struggles to overcome her deep-seated feelings of guilt and fear...


Brought to us by the prominent, late director, Kuroki Kazuo, this film ensures that the lives of the hibakusha, or survivors of the atomic bomb, are remembered and not forgotten.

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6 October 2010, 18:30
The Embassy of Japan in the UK, 101 - 104 Piccadilly, London W1J 7JT
The Embassy of Japan in the UK