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Jp movie: “Woman of Tokyo,” with live music by the Wayne Horvitz Jazz Quintet (Nov 25th)

From: Starkey
Sent on: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 8:35 AM
A great chance to see this film with live music.
There is no cover chage, but since it is a restaurant, they ask you to order minum two drinks.
Silent Film: Woman of Tokyo
Date: Nov 25th (Sun), 19:30 - 22:00
At Royal Room (all ages)
5000 Rainier Avenue South, 98118
No Cover charge
Yasujiro Ozu’s silent film classic from 1933, “Woman of Tokyo,” with live music by the Wayne Horvitz Jazz Quintet. Ozu’s sizzling melodrama is the story of Chikako, the dutiful woman of the title, who does everything she can both at home and at work to support the university education of her younger brother, Ryoichi. When it emerges that Chikako, a typist by day, is not in fact spending her evenings assisting a professor with translation, but earning money on the side as an entertainer and prostitute at a seedy cabaret bar, Ryoichi fails to comprehend his sister’s self-sacrificin​g motives, with harrowing consequences. Wayne Horvitz has composed and produced music for a variety of video, film, television and other multimedia projects. “Woman of Tokyo” is accompanied by an original jazz score composed by Horvitz and performed by Horvitz on piano, Geoff Harper on bass, Eric Eagle on drums, Jacques Willis on vibraphone, and Greg Sinabaldi on tenor sax and bass clarinet.  


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