Two films will debut this month in ASU’s free fall Film Series, which takes place at 7 p.m. in 170 University Hall. The first, presented on Monday, September 19, features Intimate Stories, an Argentinean film about the dreams and stories of three adults (and a baby) on separate journeys along the same road. It displays the small moments of everyday life in Argentina.
Based on a true story, four siblings are abandoned by their mother in a small apartment in Tokyo and must gradually learn to make their own way in Nobody Knows. The film will debut on Monday, September 26.
For a full schedule of films, contact the Office of Student Activities at 737-1609. The series is funded by student activity fees.
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