Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo
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Some of the more intriguing aspects of the film include how the insect world has developed into big business. People keeping insects as pets is very commonplace. I enjoyed a visit to a warehouse event (like a trade show almost) where hundreds of shoppers come to pick up bugs and bug cultivating supplies. Through brief segments, we see a few purveyors who have gotten rich from the retail aspects of this thriving enterprise. I was also amused by how many insect related video games seemed to be available--especially the one where giant beetles battled for dominance and victory.
It is more than entomology, although that plays a significant role. This is much more contemplative then you might presume. Bugs are beautiful creations--some people even keep crickets to enjoy their music! (Makes me feel guilty for having been mad when an annoying cricket has kept me awake at night with its incessant noise!Read more ›
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Poetic and visually stunning documentary that offers a vision of the Japanese culture's infatuation with insects. Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by Mike Everleth
Fast service - good product. What more do I need to say? It is exactly what I wanted and I would recommend this product and seller. I love this documentary. Read morePublished on January 20, 2013 by E in the World