13 April at Curzon Bloomsbury and 20 April at Curzon Soho
Celebrate the release of the Kore-eda Hirokazu's Our Little Sister in a delicious manner with Edible Cinema's special screenings taking place at Curzon Bloomsbury on Wednesday 13 April at 8.30pm and - by popular demand - also at Curzon Soho on Wednesday 20 April at 8.30pm.
This exquisite family drama, set across the varied colours of the four seasons, is one of the most graceful, tender and moving films of the year. Sachi, Yoshino and Chika are three sisters living happily together in a relaxed, tight-knit seaside town south of Tokyo. When their long-estranged father passes away, they travel to the countryside to attend his funeral, where they meet their shy teenage half-sister Suzu. Bonding quickly, they invite the orphaned Suzu to live with them and she eagerly agrees, sparking a journey of self-discovery for all four sisters, looking back into painful pasts but also reaching forward to hopeful futures.
Filled with stunningly photographed landscapes and scene after scene of mouth-watering food, Our Little Sister is a sumptuous portrait of a beautifully elegant culture. But where its heart truly lies is in its depiction of intensely believable characters with whom every one of us can relate.
From this special screening, you can expect an inventive, delicate menu laced with the flavours of Japan, created by Blanch & Shock Food Design. Click here to book tickets, priced at £38.00 (including menu of 8 canape sized serves and a Kirin beer).
Please note, all Edible Cinema screenings are 18+.
Our Little Sister opens in cinemas & on demand on 15 April.
Edible Cinema are unfortunately unable to accommodate individual menu requests. Four fixed menu options are offered: - Standard - Vegetarian - Non-alcoholic - Vegetarian, non-alcoholic If you have concerns about specific ingredients, please email Edible Cinema for more information. If you suffer from an allergy, we advise you not to participate. If you choose to consume the menu selectively, you may do so at your own risk.