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Red Persimmons (Plus: A Visit to Ogawa Productions)

n , a , Xiaolian Peng Ogawa Shinsuke    DVD

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A visually elegant paean to the cultivation and harvesting of the sweet red fruit, and the disappearance of a traditional way of life in rural Japan.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Watch this film with your fruit loving friends! Sept. 22 2013
By mary frost - Published on Amazon.com
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If you like growing fruit and hearing about the traditions of other cultures, this is the DVD for you! Although this film was made before video photography was as good as it is today, I still found this documentary heart warming. There are subtitles, so I watched it twice. Now I'm going to get my rare fruit growers club together so I can watch it with an appreciative audience. As our elders pass away, so does their knowledge. I'm very grateful that this film was made in time to hear from such willing to share persimmon growers.
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful and thoughtful. Sept. 1 2013
By Emily Tsialos - Published on Amazon.com
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This documentary is a moving, subtle, and loving look at a local and disappearing culture/community in Japan. Beautiful imagery, allied with sincere, charming, and sober interviews culled from a generation of people whose lives revolve around growing, harvesting, drying, and selling persimmons. I loved it.

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