Aristocrats movie review: Mugi Kadowaki, Kiko Mizuhara question women’s place in Japanese society in compelling drama

//Aristocrats movie review: Mugi Kadowaki, Kiko Mizuhara question women’s place in Japanese society in compelling drama

Aristocrats movie review: Mugi Kadowaki, Kiko Mizuhara question women’s place in Japanese society in compelling drama

3.5/5 starsYukiko Sode’s Aristocrats shows that even young educated urban women in Japan remain beholden to a society predicated on outdated traditions and family expectations. Its release comes months after Eiji Uchida’s Midnight Swan won the top prize at the Japanese Academy Awards and suggested that attitudes towards Japan’s minority groups have taken an encouraging step forward.Regardless of their social standing, providing financial support for parents and male heirs for the family…

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