Japan, Vol. 3: The Legacy of the Shogun (1987) - Rotten Tomatoes

Japan, Vol. 3: The Legacy of the Shogun (1987)

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More so than many cultures, Japan is bound by tradition, yet its people also create and embrace innovative technologies. Hosted by Emmy and Golden Globe winner Jane Seymour, this is the third volume in a four-part PBS documentary series that seeks to explain modern Japan and predict its future by referring to the Asian nation's history and ancient culture. In this third episode, Seymour provides viewers with a review of the startling changes and dynamic personalities of the 20th century that rapidly propelled Japan out of feudalism, but also led to a fierce nationalism that set the stage in the Pacific for World War II. The program also examines the education system and the structures of social class.
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Documentary , Special Interest
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