Mid
Jan
~
Mid
Feb
 2016

Doglegs Screening

A production of former Tokyo-based New Zealand film maker Heath Cozens, Doglegs is a documentary about a renegade Tokyo pro-wrestling league in which the disabled battle the able-bodied in the name of smashing stereotypes. After 20 years of glory, the group’s star dreams of life beyond the mat, but his mentor isn’t letting go without a fight…

Set against the backdrop of this impending showdown, the film takes the viewer on an extraordinary journey inside the lives and loves of five prominent Doglegs members battling to claim their place in the world.

The film is screening at art house cinemas Tollywood and Pole Pole Higashi-Nakano.

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