Delphine is twenty years old. She is too young to have experienced the activism of the Seventies, but for her it is not just something that belongs to the past. She decides to find something that will allow her to act and which, she claims, is owed to her.
Shinji Aoyama (青山 真治, born July 13, 1964, in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan) is a Japanese film director and novelist. He graduated from Rikkyo University. He won two awards at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival for his film Eureka.
Shinji Aoyama was born in Kitakyushu, Fukuoka prefecture, Japan, where he attended Kitakyushu Midorigaoka public junior/senior high school. He graduated in 1989 from Rikkyo University, where he majored in film studies in the department of British and American Studies. While he was a student, he was deeply influenced by the theorist and film critic Shigehiko Hasumi, from whom he took classes.
After graduating, Aoyama worked as an assistant director to Swiss independent film director Daniel Schmid, Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurosawa, and others. In 1995 he made his directorial debut with the V-cinema production Kyokasho ni nai! (Very Private Lesson), based on the manga publication of the same name.
In 1996 Aoyama made… read more