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Yuriko Hamada as Otsubone Yoshioka. Mizoguchi contrasts the film’s polemical content with a serene visual style, marked by long takes, winding travelling shots, and an absence of cuts and close-ups on faces. See all 15 reviews. Not much else to say, this is what it is. Great cinema and a very memorable performance from Kinuyo Tanaka. In Japanese with English subtitles. Sep 11, Rating: After giving birth she is sent away from the palace.
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One of the best films I have ever seen and a real treat for any film fan. The English subtitles are burned into the print in white but are quite readable. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
On stage in Gloucester. Though the film is wrenching like few others, this is only because it is also a masterpiece. On stage in the Forest. Write a customer review.
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Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. See, for example, a line of women being inspected by the lord’s retainer, or the way Oharu is informed that she’s been “bought like a fish on a chopping board”. The film based on the Ihara novel The Woman Who Loved Love, is also one of the great director’s greatest achievements.
Summary Known for his graceful directorial style and sympathetic portrayal of women, Kenji Mizoguchi tells the devastating story of one woman’s fall from lady-in-waiting to concubine to prostitute – a story ichidqi on Sybtitles Ihara’s classic 17th-century novel. And the movie is also a timely reminder of how all of us in this day and age are so close to falling off the ledge that we are living on.
This is quite rare and welcome on a film of this age. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Toranosuke Ogawa as Yataemon Isobei.
At the opening of the film she is forced to reflect on her life as she stares at statues in a Buddist temple. Not much else to say, this is what it is.
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On stage in Stroud. The Kids Are Alright. What makes this film so tragic is that Oharu is completely innocent, falling swikaku to love that is beyond her control. It’s a devastating journey, and for Mizoguchi, a direct, blunt statement of purpose.
This DVD version is only mediocre. Image Unavailable Image not available for Color: Oharu can only endure, and the viewer must endure along with her. The story, however, is incredibly sad and depressing. The film based on the Ihara novel The Woman Who Loved Love, is also one of the great director’s greatest achievements. Share your thoughts with other customers.
It is strange how money is so important in a society that prizes status so much. At first, Oharu resisted due to societal pressures, but eventually gave in.
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Ichieai is simply a part of the society in which she lives. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Oharu, beautifully acted by Kinuyo Tanaka, moves in an ever downward spiral for the crime of falling in love with a person below her class. African Studies Library Borrow it.