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Book Reviews: Now You're One of Us (Asa Nonami)

At first, Asa Nonami’s Now You’re One of Us ambles along like one of Yasujiro Ozu’s movies about Japanese home life, a drama of manners about marriage and extended families. Then it reveals its real subject by degrees—how a cult...



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At first, Asa Nonami’s Now You’re One of Us ambles along like one of Yasujiro Ozu’s movies about Japanese home life, a drama of manners about marriage and extended families. Then it reveals its real subject by degrees — how a cult mind-set works to seduce outsiders and break their resistance — and it goes from Ozu coziness to full-blown Takashi Miike madness. In a good way, that is. Read more


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