- Friday, May 26, 17:30 Mousonturm Saal
- Sunday, May 28, 22:30 Mal Seh’n Kino
Dagereotaipu no onna
- France / Belgium / Japan 2016, DCP, 131 min, French with English subtitles, released to age 12 or older
- Director & script: Kiyoshi KUROSAWA
- Production: Les Productions Balthazar
- Camera: Alexis Kavyrchine
- World sales: Celluloid Dreams
- Cast: Tahar Rahim, Constance Rousseau, Olivier Gourmet, Malik Zidi, Mathieu Amalric
- German premiere
- Competition Nippon Cinema Award
Jean works as an assistant to the daguerreotype photographer Stéphane in Paris. When Marie, Stéphane’s daughter, wants to escape her oppressive environment with Jean’s help, ghosts of the past come back to haunt both father and daughter. In his first production shot outside of Japan, NIPPON HONOR AWARD 2016 recipient Kiyoshi KUROSAWA pays homage to Edgar Allan Poe and Edogawa Rampo with a morbid film poem.
Kiyoshi KUROSAWA, born in Kobe in 1955, started his career as an assistant director for Shinji SOMAI, among others. He had his international breakthrough with CURE (1997). He received the Prix Un Certain Regard in Cannes twice: for TOKYO SONATA in 2008 and for JOURNEY TO THE SHORE in 2015. Since 2005 he has been teaching at the Tokyo University of the Arts. He received the NIPPON HONOR AWARD in 2016.
1983 Kandagawa Wars (Kandagawa inran senso); 2001 Pulse (Kairo); 2005 Loft (NC ’06); 2008 Tokyo Sonata (NC ’09); 2012 Penance (Shokuzai / NC ’13); 2015 Journey to the Shore (Kishibe no tabi / NC ’16); 2016 Creepy (Kuriipii itsuwari no rinjin / NC ’16