Acclaimed Japanese director Sion Sono makes his English language debut with the release of Prisoners of the Ghostland.
Besides his own taste aligning more with English films, Sono has found that his work fares better internationally than in his native Japan.
However, rather than spending time in class or learning English, Sono spent most of his time watching B-movies and other English films for 15 months.
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