Akira Mizuta Lippit

University of Southern California

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Professor of Cinema and media studies at the University of Southern California.

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Part fiction and part documentary, the 1969 film “Funeral Parade of Roses” is set against the backdrop of Tokyo’s underground gay and drag scenes.

Appreciating a Japanese cult film set in 1960s drag queen culture

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