부산영화제 출품작 영화 “주전장” 상영과 감독 미키 데자키Miki DEZAKI 대담

부산영화제 출품작 영화 “주전장” 상영과 감독 미키 데자키Miki DEZAKI 대담

-파리에서 오리지날 영상으로 만날기회

한불통신) 일본에서 금기시되는 위안부 피해자 이야기를 다룬 영화 ‘주전장『主戦場』’ 한국, 일본에서 개봉된 다큐영화를 11월 16일 14h부터 파리 동양어대학에서 상영과 감독대담이 있다.

이 영화 일본군 위안부 문제에 대한 일본 보수 우파의 태도를 보여주는 일본계 미국인 미키 데자키가 제작한 다큐멘터리영화다.

위안부 문제에 대한 논쟁의 싸움터를 미국으로 확대하고, 일본인들에게는 전쟁전 일본의 이미지를 강요하여 역사를 왜곡하고 있음을 논리적으로 보여주는 영화로 왜 일본이 극우, 민족주의 두드러기 반응을 일으키는지 궁금하다면 꼭 봐야 할 영화다.

객석 제한이 있는 관계로 사전 예약이 필수
contacter Yûki Takahata : youkitakahata@gmail.com

La première projection-débat du film « Shusenjô » (version originale, sous-titres anglais) aura lieu le samedi 16 novembre 2019 à l’INALCO de 14h à 17h : Amphi 7, (PLC, 65 rue des Grands Moulins, 75013 Paris)

Avec la présence du réalisateur Miki DEZAKI
Discutants : Alain Delissen (EHESS-CCJ), Arnaud Nanta (IAO-CNRS), Karoline Postel-Vinay (Sciences Po-CERI)
Le débat aura lieu en anglais.

Dans la limite des places disponibles
Inscription obligatoire : contacter Yûki Takahata : youkitakahata@gmail.com

ミキ・デザキ監督の『主戦場』が11月16日土曜日、INALCOで上映されます。
監督と研究者の討論は英語です。
参加希望の方は上のメールアドレスにご連絡ください。

ゆうき

Directeur cinema : Miki DEZAKI

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Synopsis:
The “comfort women” issue is perhaps Japan’s most contentious present-day diplomatic quandary. Inside Japan, the issue is dividing the country across clear ideological lines. Supporters and detractors of “comfort women” are caught in a relentless battle over empirical evidence, the validity of oral testimony, the number of victims, the meaning of sexual slavery, and the definition of coercive recruitment. Credibility, legitimacy and influence serve as the rallying cry for all those involved in the battle. In addition, this largely domestic battleground has been shifted to the international arena, commanding the participation of various state and non-state actors and institutions from all over the world. This film delves deep into the most contentious debates and uncovers the hidden intentions of the supporters and detractors of comfort women. Most importantly it finds answers to some of the biggest questions for Japanese and Koreans: Were comfort women prostitutes or sex slaves? Were they coercively recruited? And, does Japan have a legal responsibility to apologize to the former comfort women?

Miki Dezaki is a recent graduate of the Graduate Program in Global Studies at Sophia University in Tokyo. He worked for the Japan Exchange Teaching Program for five years in Yamanashi and Okinawa before becoming a Buddhist monk in Thailand for one year. He is also known as “Medamasensei” on Youtube, where he has made comedy videos and videos on social issues in Japan. His most notable video is “Racism in Japan,” which led to numerous online attacks by Japanese neo-nationalists who attempted to deny the existence of racism and discrimination against Zainichi Koreans (Koreans with permanent residency in Japan) and Burakumin (historical outcasts still discriminated today). “Shusenjo” is his directorial debut.

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