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Shrieking in the Rain

A young up and coming film director is making an exploitation film, during the summer of 1988. She is constantly running into walls, and being undermined by people on the set who don’t take her seriously. Shrieking in the Rain is a light comedy about the day-to-day life on the set of an exploitation movie, but also sharply addresses sexism in the industry. The delightful set design, spot on for the period it is depicting, is a must watch for all lovers of camp films.
(Synopsys from Camera Japan Festival)

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Eiji Uchida

Camera Japan Festival