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This is another unacceptable TV-movie. The first was ''TSUMA NO TONDA TOKKOHEI'' for its nationalism and racism. Now we have sympathy for baby-buyers if they are rich enough to use poor emigrates as tubes for baby-production. I'm from Europe, but I admire Japanese civilization and especially Japanese cinematography, but these two TV-movies are the worst representatives you can find.
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