Sun, Oct
11

“Deep Logic” Film Screening w/ English Subtitles

6:10pm – 8:30pm
¥1,500 (advance sales)¥1,900 (on the door)

The Japanese indie action film “Deep Logic” boasts a cast of 140 actors from the vibrant Tokyo theater scene in an entertaining action extravaganza that gives Hollywood a run for its money.
Enjoy this screening with English subtitles!

About Deep Logic

Failed musician Todo meets and falls head over heels for street musician Kuryu who—as it turns out—is being followed not only by a journalist, terrorists, and the police, but even by the Japanese Prime Minister himself.
While trying to find out what dangerous secret Kuryu is hiding, Todo lands in the middle of a vortex of power and intrigue that threatens not only his own life but the lives of millions of people.

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