VIRTUAL CINEMA presents DEAR DOCTOR(Dia dokutâ) (2009)

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VIRTUAL CINEMA presents DEAR DOCTOR(Dia dokutâ) (2009)

A young medical intern student is dismayed when he is assigned to work in a remote countryside village.

By Black Cinema Club

When and where

Date and time

Sunday, March 26 · 11am - 2:30pm PDT



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About this event

  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

DEAR DOCTOR(Dia dokutâ) (2009)

A young medical intern student is dismayed when he is assigned to work in a remote countryside village.

Director: Miwa Nishikawa

Writers: Miwa Nishikawa(based on the novel by)

Cast: Tsurube Shôfukutei, Eita Nagayama, Teruyuki Kagawa

Duration: 2h 7m

Certificate: NR

Genre: Drama

Language: Japanese

Subtitled: English

See trailer:

Virtual Cinema Doors open from 6:45pm,

Movie starts at 7pm prompt

Password provided, by doors opening time to those who RSPV only.

If you have any problems logging in give me a shout. I'm here to help. Email Jide at


At 6,45pm , those who've RSPV's will be let into the virtual cinema.


Doors open anytime between 6-6.45pm and the main feature starts prompt at 7pm.


Prepare for the event using our Participant Guide which will be provided at doors opening time:

Once setup, click the link to join:

When you join, you'll be placed in a Waiting Room and will need to wait for the host to admit you.


You can leave whenever you like by clicking "Leave Meeting".

See you there.

About the organizer

Organized by
Black Cinema Club

Our events are fully focused on celebrating our stories real and imaginary.

BCC's aims are multifold:

  1. To assist in cultivating a committed and consistent movement in support of narratives and images that reflect the entire spectrum of the African experience
  2. To provide consistent big screen outlets for new & classic black film/documentary
  3. To provide a forum for film/documentary lovers wishing to have that shared group experience of watching black images, on the big screen. 
  4. To foster dialogue through intellectual analysis of a films subject matter, narative, production, artistry etc. From glossy romance to controversial, it's a great oportunity to have a group discussion.
  5. A chance to meet someone new  that may further add to your rich circle of friends.

This club is yours and every member is invited to recommend a film or documentary for the group to experience. So please don’t be shy in coming forward. It doesn’t end there. We’ll also ensure there’s plenty of good music to cap off the experience.

So join us at each screening and say hi to someone new.