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Remembering Every Night

Berlin International Film Festival

Tama New Town is a residential area to the west of Tokyo, built in the mid-1960s when housing costs were exploding in Japan’s capital. Multi-storey residential blocks, swathes of green parks and communal public space bear witness to a social vision that has since passed into history. The latest film from Yui Kiyohara – who previously screened Our House at the Forum in 2018 – follows three women over the course of one day as they move in and around Tama New Town. It is a film built around the quotidian: appointments at the job centre, bus rides, cycling, the pleasure of seeing early summer blooms in the park or glimpsing ever-new perspectives on utilitarian architecture.
(Synopsis from Berlin International Film Festival)

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Yui Kiyohara