News ID: 239251
Published: 0403 GMT February 22, 2019

Four Japanese films to be screened in Iran

Four Japanese films to be screened in Iran

The Japanese Embassy in Iran and the Farabi Cinema Foundation will screen four Japanese films and animations on February 28 and 29.

Farabi Cinema Foundation will screen 'Rudolf the Black Cat', directed by Kunihiko Yuyama and Motonori Sakibara and 'Samurai Cat', directed by Yoshitaka Yamaguchi, while the Japanese Embassy will feature two other flicks: 'Pop in Q', directed by Naoki Miyahara and 'Your Name' by Makoto Shinkai, reported.

'Rudolf the Black Cat' is about a little black pet cat that has never left his home. Once, Rudolf follows steps out of the house in the wish to know the world outside the home.

'Samurai Cat' narrates the story of Kyutaro, a famous swordsman who is hired by a gang to kill their rival's cat. When he sees the cute little kitten, he cannot kill it which angers both gangs.

Miyahara's 'Pop in Q' is about some young girls who rise to solve a universal crisis.

And eventually, 'Your Name' is about a teenage boy and girl who embark on a quest to meet each other for the first time after they magically swap bodies.


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