Drive My Car

A Film by Ryusuke Hamaguchi

"A Masterpiece"
The New York Times | The Wall Street Journal
Rolling Stone | Los Angeles Times

Experience on the big screen the opening of the newly released film, "Drive My Car", directed by Ryusuke Hamaguchi, based on the short story by Haruki Murakami. The film is one of the most acclaimed titles of the year and is the Official Japanese Entry for Best International Film at the 94th Academy Awards. “Drive My Car” premiered at Cannes, where it won three prizes, including Best Screenplay. Since then, the film has shown at TIFF, NYFF, BFI London Film Festival, Chicago Film Festival (where it won the Silver Hugo Award and the Audience Award), AFI Fest, and many more. "Drive My Car" recently won the Golden Globe for Best Non-English Film and a Critics Choice Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

The film will premiere this Friday, January 14th, at the Kan-Kan Cinema and Brasserie near downtown Indianapolis. The Brasserie restaurant recently placed in USA Today's Readers' Choice “10 Best” list of new restaurants in the United States by a panel of national food and travel experts, which proclaimed, "the European-themed Brasserie, tucked inside an eclectic four-screen movie theater in Indianapolis, is the perfect invitation for dinner and a movie all under one roof.”

The film contains adult content and runs for 180 minutes.

Watch the "Drive My Car" trailer:

Visit the Kan-Kan's website for showings, menus, and to purchase tickets: