Anime, kaiju, J-horror, exploitation, and everything in between—Japan has been producing some of the most interesting and creative movies for decades. In this show, author and Japanese film lecturer Perry Constantine and his guests will introduce you to the wide, wonderful, and sometimes weird world of Japanese films. We not only review, but also use these movies to provide some education on Japanese society, history, and culture.
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Ray Chmielecki of the Spoon Mob podcast makes his debut appearance. He joins Perry to discuss Juzo Itami's ramen western, Tampopo. We discuss the film's influence on food culture, how Itami uses food to criticize different aspects of Japanese society... more
Perry is a great host and provides a lot of insights!
[My name is Michael Hale and, as a disclamir, I was fortunate enough to have interviewed the host of Japan on Film for a forthcoming episode release] more
If you're looking to get some background and context on classic Japanese films, this is the place to start. Looking forward to more!
A great analysis and contextual sketch for one of Japanese cinemas great works.
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