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Odayaka
온화한 일상
  • 그린 파노라마 - 후쿠시마
  • 그날 이후
Synopsis Odayaka is the latest in a long line of 3.11 films, but it may be among the first to deal with the psychological impact of the disaster on average Japanese on a day-to-day basis. In a small Tokyo apartment block, neighbors Saeko and Yukako, become anxious about everything since the quake. Saeko, whose husband has requested a divorce, is terrified her daughter Kiyomi will be exposed to radioactivity, and Yukako keeps nagging her husband to move for the same reason. The women’s reactions border on nervous breakdown. director Uchida Nobuteru has a different perspective on the people who would alienate Saeko and Yukako, rooted in the question of why some of us act as if everything is normal, and as if we saw nothing. He wonders why others don’t scream, cry, or express their anxiety the way Saeko and Yukako do, and why people wouldn’t support Saeko and Yukako. In this way reveals the dark shadow of Japanese society, the side that demands collective silence after a catastrophic event like 3.11. (KIM Ji-Seok)
Director
Uchida Nobuteru 우치다 노부테루
UCHIDA Nobuteru was born in Saitama Prefecture. He first made a documentary and a short film before winning several prizes at film festivals worldwide with his first feature, Kazaana (2007). Love Addiction (2010), his second feature, won the Major Award at the Tokyo FilmEx Festival and invited to Rotterdam Film Festival.
Director Uchida Nobuteru
Country Japan,USA
Year 2012
Running Time 102'
Genre Fiction
Screening Schedule
    2020.7.2 — 7.15