The composer of Cavalleria rusticana brought his sense for characterization and drama to the all-too-plausible tale of a woman victimized by a cad.
Visual Arts Review: “Then They Came for Me” — Pictures of Deportation
Then They Came for Me is an invaluable exhibition that packs a considerable (and necessary) wallop.
Book Review: A Provocative Memoir about Growing up Gay in Japan
American readers will be intrigued by a language for sexuality that is plain but understated, neither vulgar nor coy.
Film Commentary: The Cinema of Japanese Mikio Naruse — Pitfalls of Desire
By Betsy Sherman The films of the neglected Japanese master Mikio Naruse spotlight the plight of women on the margins of society. “Mikio Naruse: A Centennial Tribute” will be screened from Sept. 28 through Oct. 30, 2005 at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA and from Sept. 30 through Oct. 10, 2005 at […]