• Kyodo


A film chronicle of the struggles and hopes of young Japanese-Brazilians has been completed by a university professor researching their living conditions.

Kimihiro Tsumura, 50, a professor at Hamamatsu Gakuin University, spent 2½ years making “Kodoku na Tsubame tachi” (“Lonely Swallows”).

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