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Locarno shines spotlight on Asians in US cinema

The 54th editionof the Locarno International Film Festival (Aug 2-12) has unveiled a richsidebar on Asians in American Cinema, including films such as Emiko Omori's RabbitIn The Moon, StevenOkazaki's Days Of Waiting, Wayne Wang's Life Is Cheap But Toilet Paper Is Expensive and Frank Sinatra's soledirectorial effort, None But The Brave, a WW2 war film from 1965 that featured Japanese soldiersspeaking in their native tongue.Dubbed "Out ...

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