• Shona McCarthy

Watch The Infancy Of Japanese Cinema

If you'd like to time travel into Japan's Cinematic past, it is actually possible to do it for free and legally. Since some of Japan's cinema is over 100 years old and some of it has been published to Youtube, you can literally view it right here and now. We could all use a little relief from the monotony of Covid-19 right now. So why not take a little journey back in time? These movies come from the silent era, so one has a narrator, while the other only has music. These are particularly interesting in that they predate World War 2 by many years, so they come from a time where people behaved and dressed very differently. Without further ado, here you go:

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