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Wim Wenders – Perfect Days (preview)

Wednesday 29. 11. 2023
Presented in Japanese with Czech subtitles
120 minutes
Small auditorium

Tickets available via Archa Theatre and

Before the film Perfect Days, the Archa Theatre will present the European premiere of a unique documentary Somebody Comes into the Light: a wordless dialogue between director Wim Wenders and dancer Min Tanaka.

Wim Wenders – Perfect Days: 

This humanist tale from contemporary Tokyo asks how we can live our lives regardless of all the difficulties we must face. Hirayama accepts a job cleaning public toilets with a surprising sense of humility. Although his life might strike us as arduous, boring, and sometimes even demeaning, his routine gives each day much-needed structure, and he takes joy from simple moments of contemplation in the park, reading a book, or listening to music. He radiates a sense of peace and happiness, but is it all just a defense mechanism? Kōji Yakusho’s portrayal of the taciturn toilet cleaner brought him a much-earned Best Actor award at Cannes. 

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