Plan 75 - Imagining a Dystopian Future in Aging Japan

Film Screening
Date
Dec 7, 2023, 4:30 pm6:30 pm

Details

Event Description

Screening of Chie Hayakawa's Plan 75.

This film is an exploration of a futuristic government plan to offer voluntary euthanasia to all citizens over 75. It considers issues of choice, rights, and individual responsibility in Japan as the government becomes more stretched to provide care.

Introductory Comments from:

Amy Borovoy, East Asian Studies Department, Princeton University 

Elizabeth Davis, Anthropology Department, Princeton University 

Junko Kitanaka, Keio University

Jim Raymo, Sociology Department, Princeton University 

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Reception following film screening.

A Screening of Chie Hayakawa's Plan 75
Sponsor
Global Japan Lab, East Asian Studies Program, Office of Operation Research, Department of Anthropology