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Kazuo Ishiguro: ‘Screwball comedies were proto-feminist’

The author and screenwriter introduces a screening of Holiday (1938) and explains how true screwball comedies spun a progressive agenda. Ishiguro also reveals to BFI programmer Justin Johnson how his writing, in setting up realistic and surmountable obstacles for love to overcome, follows the screwball code.

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