Sunday, February 16, 2020

'Perfect Revolution' film at Northwest Film Forum •  Wed Feb 19, 7:00pm

Wed Feb 19: 7.00pm
1515 12th Ave, Seattle WA 98122

$13 General Admission
$10 Student/Child/Senior
$7 Member

Tickets at:

** Co-presented with Friends of Asian Art Association, Filmination, and Japan Foundation! Bar opens at 6:00pm. Please come have a drink, make a donation, or network in the Northwest Film Forum lobby!**

A romantic film based on the true story of activist Kumashino Yoshihiko, who raises awareness of the sexuality of disabled people through lecturing and event activities. Perfect Revolution is written and directed by Junpei Matsumoto (Embers).
Kuma (Lily Franky) has been afflicted with cerebral palsy since childhood. His resulting inability to fully use both hands and feet confines him to a wheelchair, but he is an active advocate for engaging public discourse about the sexual lives of disabled people. During this advocacy work he meets Mitsu (Seino Nana), a sex worker with an emotional condition, and falls in love. Together they attempt to break down obstructive social barriers around them.