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    1. Oh wow! Thank you! 🙂 I think it will take a while to think of 11 interesting facts about myself but I will try and post it soon!

  1. I’m very glad to have stumbled across this blog. East Asian cinema is a passion of mine and though humbled and slightly daunted by the depth of your knowledge, it’s great to have already been able to discover films that I would have not come across otherwise. I will be sure to keep track of this and hope it keeps going strong!

    1. Oh wow! Thank you so much! I’m so glad you found it useful and that some of these films are finding new audiences!

  2. Would you happen to have an English translated version of the 2016 South Korean animated movie Lost in the Moonlight? I’ve been desperately searching for one online for over a year.

      1. Thank you for replying back to me. I doubt I’ll find an English subtitled version of this movie anytime soon. Thankfully I was prepared for that. A few months ago I found a Vietnamese website that host movies, it happens to have Lost in the Moonlight subtitled in that language. With some help from online translators I’ll try translating that into English. Hopefully the results will turn out well. Wish me luck. If you’re wondering why I didn’t go with that plan first it’s because I was hoping to find an already translated version of it.

  3. Hi there, great blog! I’ll have to go through it properly soon. Do you do a podcast too? If not, maybe you should…btw my favorite Japanese movie is Chicken Heart. I’m not sure if you have covered that, very interesting and funny movie about three Japanese men living on the margins.

    1. Hi Mark, thank you so much! I don’t unfortunately but it’s definitely something to think about for the future. I don’t think I’ve seen Chicken Heart either, I’ll be sure to check it out, thank you for the recommendation!

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