The Winona Film Society presents the film “Complicity,” directed by Kei Chikaura, on Friday, January 31, at 7 p.m., at the Winona Arts Center, 228 East Fifth Street.
Chen Liang, a young Chinese immigrant illegally living in Japan, buys a fake ID and cellphone on the black market. When he receives a call about a job, he blindly accepts and, now assuming the identity of Liu Wei, ends up working as an apprentice in a family-run soba restaurant. He forms a strong bond with his sage mentor and learns the art of making soba noodles, while the threat of deportation looms.
The film is Japanese and Mandarin with English subtitles and is 116 minutes. Admission is $5 at the door or by donation. You may bring your own beverages and treats.