Miho Imada in a still from Kampai! Sake Sisters (category I; Japanese), directed by Mirai Konishi.Miho Imada in a still from Kampai! Sake Sisters (category I; Japanese), directed by Mirai Konishi.
Miho Imada in a still from Kampai! Sake Sisters (category I; Japanese), directed by Mirai Konishi.

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Kampai! Sake Sisters film review: Japanese documentary on three women making it in a men’s world

  • Mirai Konishi’s film balances the personal histories of Miho Imada, Marie Chiba and Rebekah Wilson-Lye while showing their progress in the sake business
  • But it lacks any meaningful interaction between the three women, and shies away from exploring sake’s long-standing lack of female representation

Topic |   Asian cinema: Japanese films
Miho Imada in a still from Kampai! Sake Sisters (category I; Japanese), directed by Mirai Konishi.Miho Imada in a still from Kampai! Sake Sisters (category I; Japanese), directed by Mirai Konishi.
Miho Imada in a still from Kampai! Sake Sisters (category I; Japanese), directed by Mirai Konishi.
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