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Japan: A Story of Love and Hate

DIR: Sean McAllister
2008 / United Kingdom / 67 min

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Naoki 56, had it all in Japan’s bubble economy days: he ran a business with 70 staff, drove a brand new BMW, and lived in a 6 bedroom house. But when Japan’s economy crashed in the early 1990′s he lost everything, ending up divorced (for the third time) and penniless.

“This was an exemplary film, featuring perhaps the most eye-opening depiction of modern Japan I’ve ever seen.” (Paul Whitelaw, The Scotsman)

About

Director Sean McAllister
Screenplay Sean McAllister
Dir. of Photography Sean McAllister
Editing Ollie Huddleston
Music
Sound Sean McAllister
Duration 67 min
Year 2008
Country United Kingdom
Colour Colour
Tags relationships, social issues, work
Production
Distribution Sean McAllister, Tenfoot Films Ltd
Sean McAllister, Tenfoot Films Ltd
Country:  United Kingdom

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