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Wednesday 14 September 2016


 

I Wish

 
PG | Japan | 2011 | Japanese
Drama
Director: Hirokazu Koreeda

In Kagoshima, the boy Koichi lives with his mother Nozomi in the house of his grandparents. Koichi misses his younger brother Ryunosuke and his father Kenji, who live in Fukuoka, and he dreams of his family coming together again. One day, Koichi overhears that the energy released by two bullet trains passing by each other would grant wishes and he invites his two best friends, Tasuku and Makoto, to travel to the point of intersection of the two trains. Koichi also tells his plan to Ryunosuke that invites his three best friends to join him. Soon the seven children arrive to the meeting point in the journey of discoveries.


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Shrewsbury Film offers a varied programme of the best current and classic films from around the world in a friendly, social atmosphere.

Screening at The Hive in the heart of the town centre, our main season consists of 16 films showing on alternate Friday evenings between September and April. In response to demand, we also now provide extra screenings and special mini-seasons throughout the year. We are members of Cinema for All, the national support organization for film societies, and of the Film Hub North West Central, which generously supports some of our film shows.

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