Fall 2018 Geddes Japanese Movie Series

  • Starts: 6:30 pm on Wednesday, October 10, 2018
– Paprika パプリカ (2006) 90 min. Three scientists at the Foundation for Psychiatric Research fail to secure a device they've invented, the D.C. Mini, which allows people to record and watch their dreams. A thief uses the device to enter people's minds when awake, and distract them with their own dreams and those of others. Chaos ensues. The trio - Chiba, Tokita, and Shima - assisted by a police inspector and a sprite named Paprika, must try to identify the thief as they ward off the thief's attacks on their own psyches. Director: KON, Satoshi (Tokyo Godfathers)    Presented by the Department of World Languages and Literatures, Boston University Center for the Study of Asia and the Geddes Language Center. For further information, please contact hmiyagi@bu.edu (Hiromi Miyagi-Lusthaus). CAS 533B (Capacity strictly 35 maximum), 685 Commonwealth Avenue BU COMMUNITY ONLY
Location:
CAS (725 Commonwealth Avenue) 533B

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