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Fear and Trembling (Stupeur et tremblements)
Fear and Trembling (Stupeur et tremblements)

[Film] November 23, 7 PM

Adapted from Amélie Nothomb’s semi-autobiographical novel by French director Alain Corneau, Fear and Trembling is a sardonic depiction of Japanese corporate culture and gender relations told from a Western perspective that comically (and unbelievably) imagines modern Japan as a closed country still operating under a severe bushido code.
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