Mirai (Subtitled & Dubbed Versions!)



The Art Theater Fri, Dec 7, 2018 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Sat, Dec 8, 2018 8:00 PM
The Art Theater Sun, Dec 9, 2018 2:30 PM
The Art Theater Mon, Dec 10, 2018 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Tue, Dec 11, 2018 4:30 PM
The Art Theater Wed, Dec 12, 2018 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Thu, Dec 13, 2018 7:00 PM
Film Info
Event Type:Regular Feature
Release Year:2018
Production Country:Japan
Original Langauge:Japanese
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Mamoru Hosoda
Cast:Haru Kuroki, Moka Kamishiraishi, Gen Hoshino
Screenwriter:Mamoru Hosoda


***The dubbed version screens on Sudnay at 2:30pm & Monday at 5:00pm. The rest of the shows are subtitled.***


From acclaimed director Mamoru Hosoda (Summer Wars, Wolf Children) and Japan’s Studio Chizu comes MIRAI, a daringly original story of love passed down through generations. When four-year-old Kun meets his new baby sister, his world is turned upside down. Named Mirai (meaning “future”), the baby quickly wins the hearts of Kun’s entire family. As his mother returns to work, and his father struggles to run the household, Kun becomes increasingly jealous of baby Mirai… until one day he storms off into the garden, where he encounters strange guests from the past and future – including his sister Mirai, as a teenager. Together, Kun and teenage Mirai go on a journey through time and space, uncovering their family’s incredible story. But why did Mirai come from the future?

An official selection at Cannes Directors’ Fortnight, and the epic capstone of director Mamoru Hosoda’s career, MIRAI is a sumptuous, magical, and emotionally soaring adventure about the ties that bring families together and make us who we are. (2018, Mamoru Hosoda, Japan, 98 min, PG, DCP)


“Without any preamble, Kun’s courtyard refuge turns into a kind of magic zone where no-limits fantasy and recognizable reality unapologetically intertwine in a way that is quintessentially Hosoda.” — Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times


“The complex, sometimes fraught relationship between older and younger siblings is mapped with kindness, imagination and wit in MIRAI.” — Leslie Felperin, Hollywood Reporter


“Merits comparison to works of similar relevance and poetic ambitions, like Shoplifters and Roma, masterworks that share its inquiries about familial ties, parental insecurities, and the inescapable pull of the past.” — Carlos Aguilar, TheWrap