MOTHER, I'VE PRETTY MUCH FORGOTTEN YOUR FACE

OKASAN, IIKAGEN ANATANOKAOWA WASURETE SHIMAIMASHITA

By Michiro ENDO

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Documentary - Completed 2015

Michiro Endo, the ex-lead singer of legendary punk band The Stalin, a native of Nihonmatsu in Fukushima, on a nationwide solo tour in 2011 celebrating his 60th birthday that was interrupted by the Great East Japan Earthquake.

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Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival 2015
    • Year of production
    • 2015
    • Genres
    • Documentary, Environmental, Social issues
    • Countries
    • JAPAN
    • Languages
    • JAPANESE
    • Budget
    • 0.6 - 1 M$
    • Duration
    • 104 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Michiro ENDO
    • Producer(s)
    • Toshiki SHIMA (Shima Film)
    • Synopsis
    • Michiro Endo, the ex-lead singer of legendary punk band The Stalin, has ventured into film direction with a documentary on a subject that he is better placed than anyone to examine: himself.
      Endo, a native of Nihonmatsu in Fukushima, on a nationwide solo tour in 2011 celebrating his 60th birthday that was interrupted by the Great East Japan Earthquake.
      While performing at various venues, he visits old friends and expresses his thoughts on a wide variety of subjects, such as his complex about growing up in the countryside, his thoughts about Fukushima and its pre- and post-disaster status in Japan, his family’s experiences in World War II, the significance of Hiroshima,
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