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Friday, Oct. 10, 2003
Turkish cinema showing at NFS
"Turkish Cinema Now," a film festival featuring 10 movies, is running at the National Film Center in Tokyo through Oct. 19.
The featured movies, all subtitled in Japanese, include:
"Fate" (3 p.m. Oct. 14, 4 p.m. Oct. 18), in which Zeki Demirkubuz relocates Albert Camus' "The Stranger" to contemporary Istanbul, and "Confession" (7 p.m Oct. 14, 4 p.m. Oct. 19), also by Demirkubuz, which deals with the memories that crop up in the mind of a jealous husband who grills his wife about her behavior.
Tickets to each screening are 800 yen for adults and 600 yen for high-school and college students and people 65 or older (please bring ID).
The film center is located a few minutes' walk from Exit 1 of Kyobashi subway station. For more information, visit: www.momat.go.jp/