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My Kyushu, My Korea

Japan, 1984 (MIFF 1986)

Director: Noriaki Tsuchimoto

A documentary that investigates the Japanese government s compulsory requisition of Korean labour during World War II Tsuchimoto is a veteran director of social issue documentaries who is best known for his series on the victims of Minamata.

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