Crazed Fruit

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interesting, one can notice in this film the influence of post-war white American style cocky and lanky masculinity that was spread through Hollywood films. For ex., in the men's facial gestures, walks, way of sitting, and some of their words, ways of looking at and talking to some of the ...Read more

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Alex

can you elaborate?

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Yan

kamakura was sweet

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Babak

love this film, it reminds me of Y Tu Mama Tambien

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Brian

My thoughts exactly. Except for the ending, of course.

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