Atlantic Highlands, NJ – On Saturday, November 28 at 9:30pm, the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council’s FilmOneFest presents the New Jersey movie premiere Our Little Sister (directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda) shown at the Atlantic Cinemas, 82 First Ave, Atlantic Highlands. The event raises funds for FilmOneFest 2016, the free One-Minute International Film Festival in Atlantic Highlands. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at The Painted Frame at 78 First Avenue,, or at the door. 

Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Atlantic Highlands Food Pantry as FilmOneFest supports the Food Pantry at all its events.  

Thank you to SONY Pictures Classics and Atlantic Cinemas for making this special screening possible.  

Our Little Sister

The award-winning film is based on a popular serialized comic book about a Japanese family of three sisters who discover an unknown fourth sibling at their father’s funeral. The cast is headlined by Masami Nagasawa, Haruka Ayase and Suzu Hirose. Director Kore-eda received a jury prize at Cannes two years ago for “Like Father, Like Son,” and his 2009 film “Air Doll” premiered in Un Certain Regard at Cannes.

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In a glowing Variety review, Maggie Lee wrote: “Our Little Sister” is Kore-eda’s fourth film to center on forgotten children. This time, the main characters have grown up and seem to cope better in their cozy provincial life and the story explores their desire to reclaim their childhood.”


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