Wednesday 21st September, 8.45pm
As part of the World Cinema Festival, The Albany Picture House presents Confessions from Japan.
Screened in Japanese with English subtitles.
A uniquely compelling, suspenseful thriller. A grieving mother returns to teaching convinced that the people responsible for her daughter’s death are in her class. She decides to take revenge and wages psychological warfare on thoe students she feels responsible in order to force them to acknowledge their guilt.
A taught thriller reminiscent of Hitchcock and Agatha Christie fused with a uniquely Japanese sensibility. Critically praised and shortlisted for an Academy award it is a unique cinematic experience.
A typically edgy Japanese schoolyard horror, with some serious - and uncomfortable - things to say.” Kim Newman
In association with Cinema for All
Concession (OAP and Unemployed) £3.50
There are a limited number of tickets available free to under 25 year olds. Please enquire at the Box Office.
Age Guidance: Certificate 15
Running Time: 1 hour 46 mins
See more at the World Cinema Festival (17-22 Sept 2016)