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In Japan, finger pointing is a technique that standardises security checks. This practice is a choreography of gestures that keeps trains running safely and on time. Pointing the finger in Japan, far from denoting blame, focuses the mind.

Duration :

5 min

Available :

From 19/07/2021 to 17/09/2023

Genre :

Documentaries and Reportage

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