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DVD with public performance rights $179
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Shot over a period of two years, and with unprecedented access to the Aum sect accused of mass killing with poison gas in the Tokyo subway, this astonishing documentary by Tatsuya Mori offers a complex view of subjects as diverse as personal responsibility, public responses to terrorism, surveillance, and individual rights. "A startlingly frank and disarmingly relaxed look at a group many people believe is the Devil's Own" (
). In Japanese with English subtitles.
Tatsuya Mori---Japan---1998---136 mins.
Release Date: 05/30/2006
BUSINESS OF BEING BORN
MY KID COULD PAINT THAT
LOS LONELY BOYS: COTTONFIELDS
TAXI TO THE DARK SIDE
OUTLAWS & GUNSLINGERS
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