The CajaCanarias Foundation is launching a new cycle of its film library which, until July 3, will include the screening of five feature films of the seventh Japanese art. The sessions at the Cultural Space of the capital of Tenerife are scheduled for June 7, 14, 21 and 28 (7:00 p.m.), as well as the aforementioned Saturday, July 3 (12:00 p.m.). are, at a price of two euros, available in www.cajacanarias.com.

The start of the film programming, scheduled for this Monday, will be starred by the feature film Demolition Girl (2019), with a cast led by the young performers Yota Kawase and Aya Kitai. The film deals with precariousness. The economy in Japan hits hard on families with less purchasing power, such as Cocoa, a high school student struggling to get out of it.

Seven days later it will be exhibited Marriage hunting beauty (2018), the story of Takako, a young woman who has just ended a romantic relationship and needs to go in search of love to make up for the loss.

Haruna travels to Okayama and her grandmother asks her to bring her some raisins from Alexandria. Haruna loses her wallet and only manages to buy two Riku no Hoju. That is the starting point of Grapes of joy (2020), which can be seen on June 21.

‘HUMAN LOST’

The outstanding Japanese animation cinema will take center stage on the 28th, with Human lost (2019). Fuminori Kizaki’s film takes the viewer to the year 2036, when a revolution in the world of medicine has managed to overcome death.

The cycle will say goodbye on Saturday, July 3 with the award-winning film Marnie’s memory (2014). In it, the shy
Anna moves to the seashore to live with her uncles. There he discovers an old mansion surrounded by swamps and meets the young and mysterious Marnie.

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