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Scorsese film about Japan's hidden christians out for Christmas

Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese tells an audience in Tokyo his long-awaited film about the persecution of Christians in 17th century Japan will hit the big screen just before Christmas. Video provided by AFP        
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