On the occasion of the exhibition The Japanese House. Architecture & life since 1945
MAXXI Auditorium – Tickets €5
Tickets may be purchased from the museum ticket office of from www.vivaticket.it
The ticket give holders the right to reduced price admittance to MAXXI (€8) for a week from issue
A film by Yasujiro Ozu,
Japan 1953, 136′
Starring Chishu Ryu, Chieko Higashiyama, Setsuko Hara
Aging parents visit their children who are too busy to spend time with them. A masterpiece that has inspired devotion (Wenders, Jarmusch, Kaurismäki) closer to a cult than mere admiration. The acting of a mysterious serenity that touches lightly on pain, the painstaking construction of space, the time flowing steadily at every moment and with every train contribute to the making of something that resembles an ancient temple to film of a perfect, unknown architecture.
One of the shining lights of high quality film scheduling in the capital: born as an experiment it soon transformed into a contemporary, innovative and original event. Cinema at MAXXI is back with a range of new features and a programme that is neither a simple film season nor a traditional festival but rather combines diverse traits from both.
The schedules for this edition::
EXTRA major previews
EXHIBIT exhibitions and film
MAXXI DOC new documentary talents
SHORTSLEAGUE the best Italian short films
ALICE FAMILY animation and more
A co-production Fondazione Cinema per Roma and MAXXI.