26 March 2016 (Saturday) – 27 March 2016 (Sunday)
Let’s enjoy movies in this spring at PMQ! In the coming Easter holiday, we will launch 2 movie screenings supported by MOViE MOViE (nowTV ch 116) at Qube on 26th and 27th March. To enjoy our selected movies, please join as PMQ Friends and R.S.V.P. for FREE entry. Seats are limited, first come first served (Each participant is eligible to R.S.V.P. for once only).
26 March (Sat)
27 March (Sun)
26 March (3:00pm) Homeland
Director : Nao Kubota
Cast : Kenichi Matsuyama, Yuko Tanaka, Seiyo Uchino
Duration : 118 mins
Category : IIB
Language : Japanese (with Chinese and English subtitles)
Jiro suddenly come home in a deserted farmer village in Fukushima without telling anyone. He resumes rice planting on his contaminated land which has become an evacuation zone after the nuclear disaster on March 11, 2011. Jiro’s older half brother, Soichi is crammed into a temporary house with his wife, young daughter and stepmother. As an eldest son in a farmer family, he struggles not knowing what to do after losing his land of his ancestors. Soichi’s stepmother, whose memory becomes less clear, still silently cares about her blood-related separated son. Soichi is shocked when he knows Jiro has moved back, but he decides to pick him up and to finally reunite the family. Official selection, Berlin International Film Festival.
27 March (3:00pm)Red Obsession
Director : David Roach, Warwick Ross
Cast : Russell Crowe (Narrator)
Duration : 75 mins
Category : I
Language : English and Putonghua (Chinese and English subtitles)
For centuries Bordeaux has commanded an almost mythical status in the world of wine as a symbol of wealth, power and influence. But shifts in the global marketplace mean that a new, voracious consumer base in China is buying up this finite product. Narrated by Russell Crowe, RED OBSESSION is a fascinating look at our changing international economy and how an obsession in Shanghai affects the most illustrious vineyards in France. Will the China market be the bubble that never bursts or the biggest threat yet to Bordeaux’s centuries old reputation? The film has been selected for the Culinary Cinema section at Berlin International Film Festival.
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