Okko's Inn

Sun Mar 10 2019

3:15 PM - 6:15 PM

SVA Theatre

333 West 23rd Street New York City, NY 10011

All Ages

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Okko's Inn

  • This screening is currently sold out. You can join the waitlist by arriving at the theater 1 hour prior to showtime. For the latest on added screenings, sign up for our email list at nyicff.org.
  • Okko's Inn

    Okko's Inn

    Film

    Okko’s Inn
    Japan—World Premiere English-language version
    Kitarō Kōsaka, 2018, 94 min
    Recommended Ages 8+

    Bright-eyed Okko has joined her grandmother at their family-run, hot springs inn, rolling up her sleeves to learn the traditional ways. Her way to deal with the recent loss of her parents is to work diligently and think of others instead of herself. She does great, though as a city kid, the spiders, lizards, and country creatures make her jumpy, as does a surprising new friend she finds “spirited” in more ways than one. Okko’s Inn beautifully addresses themes of loss, altruism, and love, while offering that—even in the face of challenges—compassion, even delight, can and will abound. 

Okko's Inn

Sun Mar 10 2019 3:15 PM - 6:15 PM

SVA Theatre New York City NY
Okko's Inn
  • This screening is currently sold out. You can join the waitlist by arriving at the theater 1 hour prior to showtime. For the latest on added screenings, sign up for our email list at nyicff.org.

All Ages

For more program information, click here.

For more Festival films, click here.

Okko's Inn

Okko's Inn

Film

Okko’s Inn
Japan—World Premiere English-language version
Kitarō Kōsaka, 2018, 94 min
Recommended Ages 8+

Bright-eyed Okko has joined her grandmother at their family-run, hot springs inn, rolling up her sleeves to learn the traditional ways. Her way to deal with the recent loss of her parents is to work diligently and think of others instead of herself. She does great, though as a city kid, the spiders, lizards, and country creatures make her jumpy, as does a surprising new friend she finds “spirited” in more ways than one. Okko’s Inn beautifully addresses themes of loss, altruism, and love, while offering that—even in the face of challenges—compassion, even delight, can and will abound.