A still from Japan Sinks: 2020, now streaming on Netflix. Photo: HandoutA still from Japan Sinks: 2020, now streaming on Netflix. Photo: Handout
A still from Japan Sinks: 2020, now streaming on Netflix. Photo: Handout
Stephen McCarty
Opinion

Opinion

What a view by Stephen McCarty

Japan Sinks: 2020, heart-wrenching disaster series from anime master Masaaki Yuasa

  • The show strikes a chord as it follows a Tokyo family’s struggle for survival after an earthquake
  • By tackling the subject from personal and universal angles it is sure to find global appeal

A still from Japan Sinks: 2020, now streaming on Netflix. Photo: HandoutA still from Japan Sinks: 2020, now streaming on Netflix. Photo: Handout
A still from Japan Sinks: 2020, now streaming on Netflix. Photo: Handout
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