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Humans of San Jose: Wataru Kubo

DIRECTED BY KAHO KUBO
3 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2015 / USA

SYNOPSIS

A mini-documentary on the thoughts of the filmmaker’s brother Wataru Kubo, who has autism. It originally was a class assignment and then the filmmaker thought, “Might as well get this out there as it’s a rather personal thing that might be nice for me to share.”
The film was inspired by “Humans of New York”, hence the title.

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