Cannes, France – A Japanese filmmaker is shaking Cannes film audiences to the core with a dystopian vision of her country in which old people agree to be euthanized to solve the challenge of a rapidly ageing population.
“Plan 75” by Japanese director and writer Chie Hayakawa is based on a very real problem.
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Source: The Japan Times