- Special Screening
Edo, 1863. Aisuke Kajiki, a young blind swordsman, is entrusted the son of his best friend Toramaru Sakakibara, who is about to join the Shogun's Samurai Unit and promises to train him well. However, after Toramaru's death in battle, Eisuke drowns in a river and is transported in time to present-day Tokyo. Eisuke and his descendant, Ryusei, a college student, go to meet Toramaru's descendant, Taiga, a swimmer. The blind samurai's promise to his best friend in Edo is fulfilled 160 years later in present-day Tokyo through para-swimming.
- Hiroki Horanai
Born in 1985, Japan. Started making films while in junior high school. Graduated from Hosei University. Currently working as a director for Dentsu Creative X. He won the Best Short Award in the SSFF&ASIA Cinematic Tokyo Competition for "Tokyo Comet" in 2018.
|Screenings venue||schedule||Online Screenings / Ticket Reservation|
|Venues||iTSCOM STUDIO & HALL Futakotamagawa rise||2022.06.17 [Fri] 17:50 – 19:40|
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