Tisdag 11/10: live:TENNISCOATS (Tokyo), Film: ATTACK ON THE BAKERY

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TENNISCOATS (Tokyo)

Tisdag 11/10
Gårdaskolan
Fabriksgatan 32
Hpl Scaninavium
Entré 80 kr
Inget förköp, kom i tid!
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live:
TENNISCOATS (Tokyo)

Film:
ATTACK ON THE BAKERY (Panya shugeki) av Naoto Yamakawa

Tisdag 11/10
Gårdaskolan
Fabriksgatan 32
Hpl Scaninavium
Entré 80 kr
Inget förköp, kom i tid!
kl 20-23
Filmen börjar 20.30
Tenniscoats spelar runt 21.

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TENNISCOATS (Tokyo)
A Japanese indie-folk duo comprised of Saya Onodera and Takashi Ueno whose music can be described as gentle, willowy, cerebral tunes in avant-garde, folk and indie-pop mood. Founded in 1999 they have to date released 8 albums, several EP-s and singles. In addition to their own recordings, they have been involved in collaborations and side projects, incl OneOne (Saya and Deerhoof’s Satomi). In 2009. “Two Sunsets”, an album made with the seminal Scottish indie-pop group the Pastels was released on Domino Records, US. Tenniscoats have toured Japan, Europe and USA with Xiu Xiu, Mono, Shogu Tokumaru etc

länkar:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenniscoats
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Tenniscoats
http://www.allmusic.com/artist/tenniscoats-p756678
http://www.soundofmusic.nu/category/tagga/tenniscoats
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Film: ATTACK ON THE BAKERY (Panya shugeki) 1982, 17min
regi: Naoto Yamakawa’

Two existentially hungry labourers ‘get in character’ to rob a baker’s shop. But the communist baker outwits them: if they’ll listen to a Wagner opera, he’ll give them all they can eat. They take the deal but the trade off leaves them hungry.
Attack on the Bakery is an adaptation of a short story (originally called The Second Bakery Attack) by Haruki Murakami, one of the few screen adaptations Murakami has ever sanctioned. In the original story, a young lawyer tells his new wife about a time when he attacked a bakery as a struggling student. His wife persuades him that the attack has left him cursed and that they must stage another in order to overcome the all-encompassing hunger that has beset them in the middle of the night. Naoto’s stylish adaptation does not retell the original story, but instead returns to the initial bakery attack, translating Murakami’s peculiar wit and ironic use of moral ambiguity seamlessly into the language of film.

http://www.cinema16.org/film.php?film=71
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRW7iuk5Hgg