Ryoko Kaban

Focus Japan

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Synopsis
Timoteus manufactured an interview with a Japanese woman, who tell of lost stories; between memories of family, loneliness in the midst of Tokyo’s crowd, and remembrance of the sounds of summer insects in the countryside. The whole memory is bursting during the journey inside the train, flowing and rocking from one city to another. Memory (collective) articulated in this film is a collection of personal memories collected in the Lost and Found and Lost and What Department, a fictitious institution initiated by Timoteus in his artistic research in Japan during the summer to winter of 2015.
DirectorYearRuntimeCountry
Timoteus Anggawan Kusno20169 min.Japan
RatingScreening Schedule
15+December 8th, 2016 | IFI/LIP Yogyakarta | 4.30 pm
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