2016 / Big Trouble in Little Tokyo Film Series: “Tokyo Drift (2006)” at Japanese American National Museum, Feb. 4

Big Trouble in Little Tokyo Film Series

Forwarded for Japanese American National Museum and Visual Communications

Screening: Tokyo Drift

Place: Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo

Time: Feb. 4, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm


Join us on Thursday, Feb. 4, for a 10th anniversary screening of the third film in the blockbuster “Fast and Furious” franchise.

A bit of an outlier in the “Fast and Furious” series, “Tokyo Drift” (2006) follows a different set of characters from the previous films.

High school student Sean Boswell, who has a penchant for street racing, is sent to live with his father in Tokyo. He quickly gets involved with a local gang of racers, who practice a unique style of “drift racing.”

To fit in and prove himself, Sean must master the new style and defeat the leader of the gang.

Panel discussion to follow with director Justin Lin and other film personnel TBA.

Pre-sale: $10 JANM and Visual Communications members, $12 general.

At the door (if available): $12 JANM and VC members, $15 general.

For tickets, please visit: http://bit.ly/1VGzN5a

Big Trouble in Little Tokyo is a film series presented by JANM in partnership with Angry Asian Man, First Pond Entertainment, and Visual Communications.