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Sharifah Amani learned new things from Japanese co-stars

When she was cast to star in a Japanese film, Sharifah Amani was elated. But not so much when she arrived on set in Penang where the film, Pigeon, was shot entirely. In fact, Sharifah cried at work. Her co-star, Masahiko Tsugawa was unfriendly and cold towards her. The actress voiced her concerns to director Isao Yukisada, who assured her this was completely normal in a Japanese production. “The director told me during the shooting that Sharifah cried because of me. And I wondered why,” Tsugawa, 77, said during an interview…

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