FilmSoc Week 11: Muddy River
11 October, 2016
Old Geology Lecture Theatre
Muddy River is the debut film of Kohei Oguri, a modern Japanese master. It was nominated for an Academy Award and despite it's limited reputation in the west it has been consistently listed as one of the greatest Japanese films of the 80s. It deals with topics familiar to fans of Kenji Mizoguchi and Yasujiro Ozu; prostitution, childhood, and human nature.
Find us on Tuesday in Old Geology Lecture Theatre. We'll have pizza from 5pm and the screening will start at about 5:15pm. We'll be heading to the Forest Lodge Hotel afterwards for post-film drinks and discussion.
This event is free for members, $5 for Access cardholders. Annual membership is $5 for Access cardholders.