Mondays: See You ‘This’ Week! (PG)

MONDAYS/このタイムループ、上司に気づかせないと終わらない (Mondays/ Kono taimu roopu, joshi ni kizukasenaito owaranai)

Wed 27 Mar 2024

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Rated PG

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£8* | £5* Students/Under 25s

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6pm

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Mondays: See You ‘This’ Week! (PG)

MONDAYS/このタイムループ、上司に気づかせないと終わらない (Mondays/ Kono taimu roopu, joshi ni kizukasenaito owaranai)

The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2024


Dir. TAKEBAYASHI Ryo
2022 | 82 mins | Japan
Japanese with English Subtitles
MARUI Wan, MAKITA Sports, SHUHAMA Harumi, OSAMURA Koki


Akemi, a hard working Advertisting Exec is a slave to the weekly slog. Newly recruited to a prestigious advertising agency she faces a relentless workload that leaves no room for a personal life. One Monday morning, her two junior colleagues reveal the bizarre truth: they are all trapped in a time loop in the same week. They now need to find a way out; otherwise, the same Monday comes repeatedly without end. Together to find a way out of this relentless cycle of repetition and break free.

This unique sci-fi comedy exudes comedic charm at every twist and turn.


The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2024
Unforgettable: Memories, Times and Reflections in Japanese Cinema

The UK’s largest festival of Japanese cinema, the Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme (JFTFP24), returns with its biggest showcase ever.

Memories play a powerful role in the mind. Shaped fluidly by individuals or time, they have been a source of inspiration for many filmmakers, fuelling their creativity to craft colourful stories. The JFTFP24 delves into Japanese cinema to explore how memories are employed in the cinematic voices of Japanese filmmakers, from films where memories are a focal point to works where they play a subliminal role in driving or affecting people’s minds and behaviour.

With an incredibly diverse range of films all based on memories, time, and reflections, this year’s programme is set to provide UK audiences with memorable stories and unforgettable moments.


 


Major Supporter: The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation

Sponsors in Kind: SUQQU, Athletia and Clearspring, Pentel


VENUE: EXETER PHOENIX, STUDIO 74


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