children consuming electronic technology in Japanese films?
Mon Nov 21 09:16:33 EST 2005
children consuming electronic technology in Japanese films?In Wakamatsu's "17sai no fuukei. Shonen ha nani wo mita no ka" the boy, who is fleeing after having killed his mother, plays game-boy.
By the way, Tsubokawa Takushi's "Utsukushiki tennen - Nuages d'hier" won the best film award at the Torino Film Festival, ex aequo with "Gravehopping" from the Slovenian director Jan Cvitkovic.
From: Greg Johnson
To: KineJapan at lists.acs.ohio-state.edu
Sent: Monday, November 21, 2005 10:10 AM
Subject: children consuming electronic technology in Japanese films?
Would anybody have suggestions for film images of Japanese children using electronic stuff, particularly as entertainment? Ozu's Ohayo on television & Nakata's Ringu for video come to mind. There are scenes in Koreeda's Daremo shiranai at a game parlor and with a TV game. I would be very grateful for any advice.
Otsuma Women's University
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