Fear And Trembling

Lost In Translation lite

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OPENS AUGUST 27, CERT 12A, 117 MINS

The title refers to the formal way to behave before a Japanese emperor during feudal times, a concept that seems faintly ridiculous and completely undignified to the Western mind. And this culture clash, the lack of common ground between the Orient and the Occidental, is the crux of the entire film. It’s like Lost In Translation without the scope, the humour or the achingly cool soundtrack. Based on Am

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