The Two faces of Japan

Japan, 1962

Film
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A documentary of social, political and economic life in Japan today. Interviews the Japanese Prime Minister, Mr Ikeda and the late Leader of the Opposition, who was tragically assassinated a few days later. Gives insight into the conflicting influences of East and West in studies of the daily lives of four typical Japanese - a fashion model, a university student, a skilled worker in the Kobe Kawasaka Dockyard, and an Osaka suburban housewife.

Credits

director

Peter Morley

production company

Intertel

Associated-Rediffusion

Language

English

Duration

00:51:28:00

Colour

Black and White

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