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Limited Engagement | Los Feliz 3
Home / Kōji Fukada’s LOVE LIFE Limited Engagement
In Japanese and Korean with English subtitles.
Taeko (Fumino Kimura) and her husband Jiro (Kento Nagayama) are living a peaceful existence with her young son, when a tragic accident brings the boy’s long-lost father Park (Atom Sunada) back into her life. To cope with her pain and guilt, Taeko throws herself into helping her ex-husband, who is deaf and homeless. Written and directed by Kōji Fukada (A GIRL MISSING, HARMONIUM), LOVE LIFE is a moving meditation on grief and acceptance, with a touch of humor and melodrama in the vein of filmmakers Pedro Almodóvar and Douglas Sirk.
$10.00 (member) ; $15.00 (general admission)
Los Feliz 3 | Pre-recorded introduction by filmmaker Kōji Fukada
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