SCREENING: Film Screening: Sisters of Gion (Japan, 1936, 66 minutes)
The film 'Sisters of Gion' portrays pre-war Japanese society's treatment of women. It is one of director Kenzo Mizoguchi's finest pre-war films. It tells the story of two sisters who work as geishas in a district of Kyoto.
FREE to attend. RSVP: Required. Register via the link.
This screening is part of the public program of events accompanying the exhibition 'Ukiyo: Japanese Prints of the Floating World' on show at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery from 8 Februaru until 28 June 2014.
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