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Film review: Israeli drama ‘Wedding Doll’ explores mother-daughter relationships

With an intellectually disabled, purple-fuzzy-jacket-clad, red-lipstick-wearing protagonist, “Wedding Doll” presents a truly unique narrative. At first it seems that “Wedding Doll” will be a typical romance story, but as the story progresses it becomes something darker and more real. Actress Moran Rosenblatt portrays the protagonist, Hajit, and her mental disability in a believable and authentic…

Masahiko Aoki, professor emeritus of economics, dies at age 77

Masahiko Aoki, Stanford Henri and Tomoye Takahashi Professor of Japanese Studies and professor emeritus of economics, passed away in Palo Alto on July 15, 2015, due to lung disease. Aoki was 77 years old and was also a senior fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies.
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