1993, 109 min., 35mm. Directed by Yoichi Sai. Written by Yoichi Sai and Chung Wishin, based on a story by Yan Sogil. With Goro Kishitani, Ruby Moreno, Moeko Ezawa. Print courtesy of Cine Qua Non.
All Under the Moon, which received all the major Japanese film prizes in 1993, is a hilarious comedy featuring a Korean-Japanese cab driver who falls in love with a Filipino bar hostess working for his mother. Director Yoichi Sai, himself Korean-Japanese, vividly recreates multi-cultural Tokyo scenes. Presented in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the film’s production and its subsequent U.S. premiere screening at Japan Society.
- May 27, 2003
- 6:30 pm