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'Miss Hokusai' is a sumptuous, sensuous animated work of art

The year is 1814 and a demure kimono-clad young woman walks across a crowded bridge in Japan's capital city of Edo. Have we heard, she asks us, about "a nutty old man" who creates enormous paper canvases and also paints two sparrows on a grain of rice? "That nutty old man," she concludes as, out...
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