Women for Peace: JUN AI Film Showing @ University of Washington
Women for Peace: JUN AI Seattle Film Screening (University of Washington)
Collaborative Event Brought to you by:
Global Peace Women
Global Peace Youth @ UW
Please join us for a special night with Executive Producer and leading actress, Keiko Kobayashi and her film JUN-AI, which explores themes of unconditional love and reconciliation.
Film Showing Details:
November 18th, 2016
7-10pm (Doors open at 6:30pm)
Kane Hall 220, University of Washington (Capacity:240)
4069 Spokane Ln, Seattle, WA 98105
$10, $5 for students (Please be prepared to show student ID at door)
At the Door (Cash only)
$14, $9 for students (Please be prepared to show student ID at door)
About the Film:
Jun-Ai means pure and unconditional love.
This is not a war film, but rather a story about true love.
Summer 1945, the end of a long world war. Most of the Japanese who had gone to settle in China had been left there. The dream that carried them had been crushed the moment Japan surrendered. With most Chinese villagers having lost loved ones at the hands of the Japanese military, Ai, Shunsuke and the other settlers were hanging in a balance of life and death. Shanron and his aging mother helped these two Japanese, accepting them unconditionally. Inside of each of them was the beginning of friendship beyond borders, the start of love worth risking their lives for. This film is not an attempt to show the tragedies of war. This film's theme is about unconditional love that is eternal despite the changes of time.
Kane Hall 220, University of Washington (View)
4069 Spokane Ln
Seattle, WA 98105