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AIJO FILM SERIES: Her Love Boils Bathwater

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400 Roncesvalles Ave

Toronto, ON M6R 2M9

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A family drama about resilience, family and the intense feelings of a terminally ill mom with a bombshell ending that will break your heart.

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AIJO FILM SERIES: Modern Love in Japan

Join us for a weekend of stories about contemporary relationships in Japan! The Japan Foundation, Toronto is proud to co-present this series with the Revue Cinema. Free admission, registration required.

Sunday December 8, 2019 4:00 PM

@Revue Cinema Doors open 30 minutes before event starts

Free Admission, RSVP required

HER LOVE BOILS BATHWATER

湯を沸かすほどの熱い愛

JAPAN 2016 125 min. Japanese with Subtitles in English [Drama, Family]

Directed by: RYOTA NAKANO

Starring: Rie Miyazawa, Hana Sugisaki, Joe Odagiri

A family drama about the intense feelings of a dying mother with a bombshell ending that will break your heart. It is written and directed by up-and-comer Ryota Nakano.

Futaba (Rie Miyazawa), whose husband suddenly left her a year ago, lives with her shy daughter, Azumi (Hana Sugisaki). When Futaba abruptly receives a diagnosis of a terminal illness, she aims to use the brief amount of time she has left to bring back her husband, restart the family's shut-down bathhouse business, and set Azumi on the path to independence.

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OTHER FILMS IN THE AIJO FILM SERIES

THE TOKYO NIGHT SKY IS ALWAYS THE DENSEST SHADE OF BLUE - Dec. 7, 4:30 PM

THREE STORIES OF LOVE - Dec. 7, 6:30 PM

*As a licensed establishment, The Revue Cinema serves beer, wine, various spirits, and for this screening, a customized cocktail. Non-alcoholic drinks are also available. Please note that outside food & alcohol is not permitted in the establishment. Please enjoy responsibly.

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