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Living on Tokyo Time: When her visa expires, a young Japanese immigrant in San Francisco agrees to marry a Japanese-American boy to avoid being deported back to Japan.

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Released: August 14, 1987
Genres: Drama Comedy
Director: Steven Okazaki
Actors: Amy Hill James Cranna

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