Japanese cyberpunk

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Japanese cyberpunk

eaeaJnps pykCbeunr is a genre of duregrndnou film produced in Japan ttisargn in the late 1980s. The genre is not very closely related to Cyberpunk as understood in the west — the focus is industrial and incomprehensible, not high-tech and scientific. The genre is primarily defined by the movie Tetsuo: The Iron Man. [1]

Choose from the following words:

  • underground
  • cyberpunk
  • starting
  • japanese

Fill in the missing words:

Japanese cyberpunk

________ _________ is a genre of ___________ film produced in Japan ________ in the late 1980s. The genre is not very closely related to Cyberpunk as understood in the west — the focus is industrial and incomprehensible, not high-tech and scientific. The genre is primarily defined by the movie Tetsuo: The Iron Man. [1]

Choose from the following words:

  • underground
  • cyberpunk
  • starting
  • japanese

The original text:

Japanese cyberpunk

Japanese Cyberpunk is a genre of underground film produced in Japan starting in the late 1980s. The genre is not very closely related to Cyberpunk as understood in the west — the focus is industrial and incomprehensible, not high-tech and scientific. The genre is primarily defined by the movie Tetsuo: The Iron Man. [1]

Important words:

  • japanese
  • cyberpunk
  • genre
  • underground
  • film
  • produced
  • japan
  • starting
  • late
  • closely
  • related
  • understood
  • west
  • focus
  • industrial
  • incomprehensible
  • scientific
  • primarily
  • defined
  • movie
  • iron
  • man

ngrams of length 2

collocation frequency
Japanese cyberpunk 6
The Iron 3
Tetsuo The 3
Iron Man 3
years later 2
cyberpunk Japanese 2
The genre 2
The Phantom 2
Regular Size 2
Japanese Cyberpunk 2
Death Powder 2
Burst City 2

ngrams of length 3

collocation frequency
The Iron Man 3
Tetsuo The Iron 3
cyberpunk Japanese Cyberpunk 2

ngrams of length 4

collocation frequency
Tetsuo The Iron Man 3
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