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Director Umin Boya Talks KANO And Racial Harmony Through Baseball

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Director Umin Boya Talks KANO And Racial Harmony Through Baseball
On 2014-7-17 Diva Vélez wrote:
Baseball has been used many times in cinema to tell tales of triumph and tragedy. The New York Asian Film Festival brings us Kano, the true story of how the sport brought together three very separate racial groups in 1930s Japanese-occupied Taiwan.


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