A Stitch of Life (PG) 104mins 2015 | Subtitled | Japanese Language

Cinema |
10th March 2017

Join us for an exclusive evening from 6.00pm in the Warehouse, as we welcome Rie Yoshitake of Sake Samurai, who will give a brief talk about Sake. This event will be accompanied by an opportunity to taste traditional Sake, served with authentic Japanese food from the Brewery Kitchen.
The main feature A Stitch of Life, adapted from the original Manga and directed by acclaimed director Yukiko Mishima.
We have a limited number of 25 tickets available for this event, which includes film, food & Sake for only £15! Don't miss out..

For dressmaker Ichie (Miki Nakatani, Memories of Matsuko), creating an item of clothing is a hugely personal process. Having inherited her grandmother’s shop, Ichie specialises in tailor-making clothes for each client using an old sewing machine. Her dressmaking shop is bustling and the locals adore her unique vintage creations. When a department store offers to turn her clothing into a brand, Ichie must choose between honouring her grandmother’s will or fashioning her own path.

Supported by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, Japan Airlines, Japan Centre and Sake Samurai.


10th March 2017

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