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Queer Japan
Director: Graham Kolbeins
Cast: Vivienne Sato, Gengoroh Tagame, Atsushi Matsuda, Nogi Sumiko
Studio: Altered Innocence Genre: Gay & Lesbian
Pre-Order Date: 02-09-2021 Release Date: 03-09-2021
Production Year: 2019 SRP: $27.99
Catalog #: AI-28B UPC: 682863691092
Format: Blu-ray Number of Discs: 1
Language: Japanese Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
Picture Format: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78:1 Audio Format: DTS-HD 2.0 Stereo
Plot Summary:
Trailblazing artists, activists, and everyday people from across the spectrum of gender and sexuality defy social norms and dare to shine in this kaleidoscopic view of LGBTQ+ culture in contemporary Japan. From glossy pride parades to playfully perverse underground parties, Queer Japan pictures people living brazenly unconventional lives in the sunlight, the shadows, and everywhere in between. Interviewees include drag queen Vivienne Sato, erotic manga artist Gengoroh Tagame, butoh dancer Atsushi Matsuda, multimedia artist Nogi Sumiko, HIV+ advocate Hiroshi Hasegawa, activist Akira the Hustler, and transgender author Tomato Hatakeno.
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Special Features:

- Bonus Scenes
- Short Film: The House of Gay Art
- U.S. Theatrical Trailer
- Other Trailers
- Reversible Art

Reviews:

“Featuring a wide array of interviews from kinksters, club owners, drag artists, and politicians -- Graham Kolbeins paints an electric and multifaceted portrait of queer culture in contemporary Japan.” -Chicago Reader

"A kaleidoscopic look at a marginalized community, Queer Japan is required viewing for anyone in the community as well as their allies." -Film Threat

“The movie is a plea not simply for respect but for a recognition of the existential reality of each of our identities.” -Variety

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