Award Winning Film from Japan
They Say Nothing Stays The Same is a must watch film from Japan which looks at the issues of accepting inevitable change or fighting against it.
The film is visually stunning, so the images of the natural beauty of Japan are captivating and instantly draw the viewer in.
Then, the story develops and it becomes clear that this movie deserves every film festival award it received.
It is true that ‘nothing stays the same.’
Sometimes this change is good and sometimes it is not good.
At other times, progress and change can be a mix of both good and bad.
This film takes a deep look at this complex issue, which plays out time and time again throughout the world.
Release Date 2/15/22
The film follows an old ferryman in a remote Meiji-era community.
His life is a peaceful, cyclical existence, given meaning by the essential role he plays in transporting people, livestock and goods across the water, connecting villages and lives.
When news arrives that a bridge is being built, it’s clear that his services will no longer be needed.
Meanwhile, his life will be equally transformed by the appearance of a mysterious young woman whom he saves from drowning.
Japanese with English Subtitles
Bonus Short Film
School Radio to Major Tom
Official Movie Trailer
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