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Three Japanese silent movies will be screened in Tokyo on June 25, giving audiences a taste of yore.

One of the movies is titled “Tokyo Koshinkyoku” (“Tokyo March”). This 1920s romance is about a boy, Yoshiki, who falls in love with a girl, Michiyo. But Michiyo, who was brought up by her uncle, becomes a geisha when her uncle losses his job. Several years later, Yoshiki and Michiyo happen to meet again at a party where Michiyo serves as a geisha. Yoshiki proposes to her but soon finds he has several rivals. The film will be screened with Korean subtitles.

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