Covert dissent in wartime cinema?
Sun Nov 6 06:17:40 EST 2005
I think _Otokotachi no yamato_ fits this bill pretty well.
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>Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2005 21:41:18 -0600
>From: "Mark Mays" <tetsuwan at comcast.net>
>Subject: Re: Covert dissent in wartime cinema? ?
>To: <KineJapan at lists.acs.ohio-state.edu>
> I had almost no personal aquaintance with either of
> them when when I was writing the Imperial Screen--I
> would never have had the temerity to even start, let
> alone actually publish, the project.
> You're probably doing the same to half of us reading
> the list . . .
> A related question (For anyone), there's been a lot
> of people opining of a resurgence of, if not facist
> thinking, nationalist politics in Japan, and the
> recent move towards a more active military would
> lend credence to that. Anyone seeing this reflected
> in modern films?
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