Saturday, October 6, 2012

Japanese short Tsuyako part of Pittsburgh LGBT Film Festival, October 15.

The 23-minute short Tsuyako will play as part of Real Q: Pittsburgh LGBT Film Festival, which runs from October 12 - 21. Tsuyako will be part of the Women's Shorts block on October 15, and starts at 7:30, and is the only Asian film included. A synopsis from the festival's site:
Inspired by a discovery concerning her late grandmother, writer/director Mitsuyo Miyazaki has crafted this magnificent little film about a woman choosing between love and duty in the years immediately following World War II. It is screened in Japanese with English subtitles.

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