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Sculpture Garden of the Veracruz Institute of Culture invites film series: Visions of Japan

Three films from the perspective of Japan's war strength:
Zatoichi, Letters from Iwo Jima and Mishima and A Life in Four Chapters.
is a series of films that are projected within the cycle of Art Sculpture Garden, and all buffs should take your viewing experience.

A classic samurai movies:

Zatoichi by Takeshi Kitano, great battles and sword fights, a black comedy film, psychotic and blood characters. The story is based on the Japanese series of the sixties, where a wandering blind swordsman without seeking conflict and not very far to find them. A kind of Kung Fu but much more interesting. It's a long battle between samurai is not tired yet, unlike duels are very Japanese-style entertaining. The next projection is

Letters from Iwo Jima Clint Eastwood
where recounts the battle of Iwo Jima, which took place during the Second World War. In this battle they face the armies of the United States and Japan's military occupation of the island of the same name, Iwo Jima, which means Sulfur Island. The story is told through the eyes of a private first class and Japanese army general. The Battle of Iwo was the first to occur within what is known as the Main Islands. Ckey conclude Visions of Japan is displayed
Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters Paul counting episodes of his childhood, his beginnings as a writer, later professional success, his conversion as media star, the obsession with physical beauty and sexual tastes, and the creation of " Shield Society. " It invites the whole family to enjoy these four films to be screened every Saturday May to 18:00 o'clock pm in the multipurpose room of the Sculpture Garden located in Murillo Vidal s / n. Reports to mobile 8137753. and /.
Free admission.

BILLBOARD May 14 Zatoichi

Dir. Takeshi Kitano Japan, 2003
Letters from Iwo Jima
Dir. Clint Eastwood
Japan, USA, 2006
May 28 Mishima, A Life in Four Chapters Dir Paul Schader Japan, USA, 1985


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