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Yoake – A Chewing Gum Story

Austria (MIFF 2003, Fiction)

Director: Roland Zumbühl

A Japanese businessman and a Japanese female musician happen to meet in Vienna after many years apart. Now they are forced to seek and define their cultural and personal home. Screened in Cannes 2002.

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