From Asahi Shimbun:
A young woman, new in town, is excited to be joining a local amateur symphony orchestra, but she soon discovers that all its members are elderly.
She’s kept on her toes by a seemingly endless array of problems, but she nevertheless begins to appreciate how the power of music can bring people together.
This is a summary of “Oke Rojin!” (Golden orchestra), a Japanese film that is now showing at theaters nationwide. Actress Anne Watanabe plays the young woman.
Has anyone seen it?
And did you just learn the Japanese word for ‘orchestra’?