Nobody Knows

  • May 3, 2017 / 19:00
  • May 7, 2017 / 17:00

Director: Hirokazu Koreeda
Cast: Yûya Yagira, Ayu Kitaura, Hiei Kimura
Japan, 2004, 141’, color

Japanese with Turkish subtitles 

Akira is 12. He lives in a small apartment in Tokyo with his mother and three siblings from different fathers. They do not go to school, they do not have any friends. One day their mother goes away, leaving just some money and a note behind, she puts Akira in charge. Money melts, power, water and gas are cut, landlord asks for rent. Akira seeks means of survival for himself and his siblings. From the well-known director of Japanese family dramas, Hirokazu Koreeda, Nobody Knows is the story of a boy living in a world by his own rules, without anyone knowing.

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Trailer

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