It was the power to break away from fetters and a new world that the lonely man who lost his family gained.
Fred is a widower who leads a monotonous life such as a pendulum in a country town in the Netherlands. He avoids contact with others and lives quietly. One day a stranger appears suddenly in front of Fred. His name is Theo, who doesn't have words and memories. Fred has no choice but to start living together because Fred doesn't know where he can return to. Until now Fred was bound to rules, but he is getting the color back in his life. ―― It's so tough to live as one pleases. However nothing is as desolate as being unconscious of an important thing. What is the meaning of happiness the unnamed man gives to the man who lost everything?
October 6(Fri) 10:00/14:00/19:00
★Guest :Yoshikawa MInako, This Film’s Japanese Subtitle Translator
She majored German in college. She started to engage in translation in 1992 and started German and Japanese subtitle translation in 2000.
Subtitled on film: Hannah Arendt, Barbara, Er ist wieder da, etc
Kiratto Nara 3F
3-1, Hashimoto-cho, Nara City
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The citizens of Nara City：500 yen
Seniors(age 60 and above)：500 yen
Disabled persons：500 yen
Care providers for disabled persons(One only)：500yen
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2013 / the Netherlands / Color / 86 minutes / Japanese subtitles
Cast：Ton Kas, Rene van’t Hof, Porgy Franssen
Organizer：NPO Nara International Film Festival Committee
Supported by：Nara Prefecture, Nara City, Nara City Board of Education, Nara Women’s University,
the Agency for Cultural Affairs Government of Japan in the fiscal 2017
NARA ARTS FESTIVAL