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Whether that was deliberate or not I don't know, but they weren't that dumb in the first film.By the standards of the average comedy movie, it's not bad.I laughed a few times, which is more than can be said about a lot of comedy sequels.
They finally decided against it, because it would take the audience out of the movie.
All displays of American popular culture were banned with the outbreak of the war, and in 1940 all dance halls were closed.
Ballroom dance eventually reemerged and today it has become reassociated with the upper class as a sport, in the form of competitive dancing.
By deviating from the country’s norm, specifically in displays of sexuality, the practice of ballroom functioned not as a way to become more Western, but as a form of resistance to a fixed cultural identity and a way to identify not simply as Japanese, hence Karatsu’s label of “semi-Japanization.” [youtube]
v=lo1VQQc Rlp0[/youtube] A similar display of the establishment of identity through ballroom can be seen in Bradley Shope’s exploration of the creation of a distinct Anglo-Indian identity in Lucknow, India.
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