Mother, I’ve Pretty Much Forgotten Your Face
Punk legend ENDO Michiro, known for his extreme live performances with his band The Stalin, is on a special tour to celebrate his 60th birthday when the Great East Japan Earthquake strikes. As a native of Fukushima he is deeply affected by the events. Shot during Endo’s tour, the documentary paints a fascinating self-portrait of a restless artist.
(Synopsis from Camera Japan Festival)
Film Festivals (selected): Japan Cuts, Japan FilmFest Hamburg, Camera Japan Festival
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