FOUR JAPANESE LGBTQ+ FILMS REVIEWED: Taboo, Close Knit, Kakera A Piece of Our Life & To Each His Own

Taboo, Close Knit, Kakera: A Piece of Our Life & To Each His Own: Four Japanese LGBTQ+ Films Reviewed

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This is my review of four Japanese LGBTQ+ films as requested by my fans on Patreon. In this video I review the following movies:

1. Close Knit (彼らが本気で編むときは, Karera ga Honki de Amu Toki wa)
2. Taboo (御法度, Gohatto)
3. Kakera: A Piece of Our Life (カケラ, Kakera)
4. To Each His Own (ちょっと今から仕事やめてくる, Chotto Ima Kara Shigoto Yamete Kuru)

I hope you enjoy it, and I hope you get a chance to see these films, as well! If you’ve already watched them, please let me know in the comments your thoughts. I’d love to chat about it.

Why I'm not Famous - by Jason Brock from the X-Factor

X-Factor Finalist Explains Why He's not "Famous": Why I’m not Famous – by Jason Brock from the X-Factor

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Hey Everyone!

People often leave me comments that I should have gotten a record deal or gotten more famous after the X-Factor. Well, it would have been nice, but unfortunately that’s not how it worked out for me. I’m very grateful for what I got, though, and what I have now (people like you watching my video, for example!).

Anyway, this video will explain my experience with fame and why I’m not famous “anymore.” lol I hope you enjoy it. Have a great day!!

Jason

10 Japanese Hand Gestures compared with America

Some Interesting Differences: Japanese Hand Gestures: 10 hand symbols compared to the US

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Japanese Hand Gestures – they are often different from the hand signs used in other countries. Since Jason Brock is an American, he made this video to compare hand gestures between the United States and Japan. You can see Japanese hand signals for things like “OK” and “bad” in Japan (among many more). Then, you will see the US version of that gesture. It’s an interesting comparison!