Koji Fukada

Japan 118 min min Fiction


Family man Toshio lives an ordinary suburban life with his wife Akié and their cute-as-a-button daughter, Hotaru. They run a small metalworking factory out of their house, and although everyday life is relatively mundane, they are happy enough to peacefully move through their daily routine. Until one day that is, when an old acquaintance linked to Toshio’s past walks into their home workshop and puts everything in jeopardy. *Catalan première

Festivals and Awards
Jury Award in A Certain Regard – Cannes | Audience Award in Las Palmas | Toronto | Stockholms | Tokyo | Chicago


Koji Fukada

Koji Fukada was born in 1980, Tokyo, Japan. His first film The Chair was released in Tokyo in 2004. He joined the Theatre Company Seinendan, which is led by Oriza Hirata, in 2005. He wrote and directed the animation film The Grenadiere (2006) and later shot the feature film Human comedy in tokyo (2008) and Hospitalité (2010), followed by Au revoir l’été (2013), Grand Prix at Tokyo IFF. His latest film is Sayonara (2015).

Filmography: Harmonium (2016), Sayonara (2015), Au revoir l’Été (2013), Human comedy in Tokyo (2008), La grenadière (curt, 2006)

Koji Fukada

Film information

Int. title: Fuchi Ni Tatsu
Director: Koji Fukada
Script: Koji Fukada
Contact: MK2
With: Mariko Tsutsui, Tadanobu Asano, Kanji Furutachi
Country: Japan
Year: 2016
Format: DCP
Length: 118 min min
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: Spanish
Edition: 2017