There's nothing that doesn't take time

Australia, 1981

Film
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Oshiro Sakai, an elderly Japanese woman, talks about her life as she weaves a basket. She is also shown teaching young girls how to make baskets in the traditional way. Japanese dialogue with English voiceover.

Credits

director

Solrun Hoaas

production company

Sync-or-Swim Documentaries

Duration

00:07:40:00

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