Not Held at Japan Society – Ken Watanabe Q&A/Screening of Memories of Tomorrow

May 10, 2007
Not Held at Japan Society – Ken Watanabe Q&A/Screening of Memories of Tomorrow

Thursday, May 10
7:30 pm

Held at The ImaginAsian Theater, 239 E. 59th Street
(between 2nd and 3rd Avenues).


Discount Tickets for Japan Society Members and Film friends: $10 (Please present a copy of this webpage or a Japan Society membership card)

Watanabe plays Saseki, a 50-year-old ad executive whose life is practically perfect. But one day he has trouble remembering names and his wife forces him to go to the doctor. What he receives is a devastating diagnosis: he has early-onset Alzheimer’s and there is no cure. In this very personal film, Watanabe delivers one of the most remarkable performances of his career.

Produced and starring Ken Watanabe (The Last Samurai, Letters from Iwo Jima), Memories of Tomorrow has earned eight awards and was one of Japan’s top box office hits of 2006. Q&A with Ken Watanabe will follow the screening.


Theatrical Run of Memories of Tomorrow
Starting May 18

Discount Tickets for Japan Society Members and Film friends: $7. (Please present a copy of this webpage or a Japan Society membership card)

For more information, please visit www.theimaginasian.com.

Valid for tickets purchased at the ImaginAsian box office only; all sales are final; limit one per customer; not valid with any other discounts.

  • May 10, 2007
  • 7:30 pm