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Four year-old Kun is disappointed when the new baby in his family promptly replaces him as the centre of attention; he refuses to accept his little sister, Mirai. When a magical and mysterious gateway opens in the garden, Kun has the chance to encounter his family members when they were young themselves. He is also visited by an older girl with the same name as his sister, leading to a series of surprising adventures, which change how he sees the world.

Country:
Japan, 2018
Group:
YOUTH FEST
Duration:
98’
Director:
Mamoru Hosoda
Screenplay:
Mamoru Hosoda
Cast:
Gen Hoshino, Haru Kuroki, Koji Yakusho, Kumiko Aso, Mitsuo Yoshihara, Moka Kamishiraishi, Yoshiko Miyazaki
Festivals:
2018
Filmography:
  2018 Mirai no Mirai / Mirai
2015 Bakemono no ko / The Boy and the Beast  
2012 Ookami kodomo no Ame to Yuki / Wolf Children
2009 Samâ uôzu / Summer Wars
2006 Toki o kakeru shôjo / The Girl Who Leapt through Time / Devojka koja je skakala kroz vreme
2005 One piece:
Omatsuri danshaku to himitsu no shima / One Piece:
Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island
2000 Digimon:
The Movie
Editing:
Shigeru Nishiyama
Music:
Masakatsu Takagi
Producer:
Yûichi Adachi. Takuya Itô, Genki Kawamura, Yûichirô Saitô, Nozomu Takahashi
Production:
Dentsu, Kadokawa, NTT Docomo, Nippon Television Network, Studio Chizu
Awards:
2018 Sidnej, Kan, Novi Zeland, Jerusalim, Vankuver / Sydney Film festival, Cannes International Film Festival (Director’s Fortnight), New Zealand International Film Festival, Jerusalem Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival
Distributer:
 Centar Film

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23Feb

Time: 11:00
Price: 350 RSD
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24Feb

Time: 16:30
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25Feb

Time: 14:30
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Centar za kulturu ‘Vlada Divljan’

26Feb

Time: 18:00
Price: 400 RSD
Cineplexx BIG Beograd, sala 3

Mamoru Hosoda is a director of animation films who swept the animation awards in Japan thrusting him to the top echelon of Japanese animation directors. His animated films, with their distinct Japanese technique and sensibility, tell stories reflecting the realities of Japan but also transcending national boundaries and moving and inspiring audiences around the world.

The latest gem from Japanese anime master Mamoru Hosoda concerns a little boy's conflict with his baby sister. It may be the animator's smallest film, but it stands tall. You'll be enchanted.

Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

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