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Interviews with Americans about Japan in 1967

Monday, August 6, 2007 Posted: 04:40 PM JST

Some very interesting 1967 interviews with Americans about Japan.

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3 comments so far post your own

1 | At 01:19am on Aug 19 2007, Vincent wrote:
haha, this is really funny and kind of embarrassing at the same time. It was really noticable that she just learned the questions by heart and couldn't really speak english. She probably had no idea what the americans were answering.
2 | At 08:38am on Aug 19 2007, Kjeld wrote:
Ironically, that makes the whole clip so powerful. You get to see dozens of reactions in a flash, which is quite revealing.
3 | At 01:07pm on Oct 05 2007, Okinawa wrote:
Well, the interviewee was being patient for so many of those questions, some that were very harsh even.
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