A troupe of travelling players arrive at a small seaport in the south of Japan. Komajuro Arashi, the aging master of the troupe, goes to visit his old flame Oyoshi and their son Kiyoshi, even though Kiyoshi believes Komajuro is his uncle. The leading actress Sumiko is jealous and so, in order to humiliate the master, persuades the younger actress Kayo to seduce Kiyoshi.
- Stars:Ganjirô Nakamura, Machiko Kyô, Ayako Wakao, Hiroshi Kawaguchi, Haruko Sugimura, Hitomi Nozoe, Chishû Ryû, Kôji Mitsui, Haruo Tanaka, Yosuke Irie, Hikaru Hoshi, Mantarô Ushio, Kumeko Urabe, Toyo Takahashi, Mutsuko Sakura,
- Director:Yasujirô Ozu,
- Writer:Yasujirô Ozu (screenplay), Kôgo Noda (screenplay)
The head of a Japanese theatre troupe returns to a small coastal town where he left a son who thinks he is his uncle, and tries to make up for the lost time, but his current mistress grows jealous. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: Well Sam Dunn & Scot McFadyen have done it again! The team that gave us arguably 2 of the best Metal Documentaries ever: "A Headbanger's Journey" and "Global Metal", keeps producing quality, in depth pieces on some of the very best artists in the area of Metal/Hard Rock. I admittedly have a soft spot for these blokes, being Canadian and all. But more importantly, they've given us the best documentaries on 3 of my all time favorite acts: Rush ("Beyond the Lighted Stage"), Iron Maiden ("Flight 666") and now this wonderful film on one of the most ambitious Rock Icons ever: Alice Cooper. Great lost footage as always, and great to hear from a few of the original members of the Alice Cooper Group. But it's of course Alice who steals the show. Alice is absolutely one of the best when it comes to telling and sharing stories of that time. Put together beautifully, if I were to complain at all, it would be that when they get into the BIG albums ("Love it to Death", "Killer", "School's Out", and "Billion Dollar Babies") I wanted MORE. I could easily watch an hour on each of those albums alone. Watching this also made me long for some remastered concert footage of that band, but alas, guess you had to be there. I hope Dunn and McFadyen can continue down this path, and give us more in depth documentaries on the golden age of hard Rock/Heavy Metal; an in depth on Sabbath and even KISS come to mind.
(au) wrote: 5 minutes in I new I made a bad decision. 20 minutes in I wanted to turn it off. 40 minutes I left the room. If I was the only one watching it I would of turned it off.
(nl) wrote: Wow I seriously want to see this... It interests me
(au) wrote: This film made me cry in many scenes. It was just so sad to see the way they live is such misery. Watch this movie and learn the truth about the "Palestine Vs Israel War" and then tell me who the real terrorists are...
(it) wrote: this movie was pretty good. i thought itwas going to suck, but i was wrong. it was pretty funny.
(nl) wrote: Fictional characters mix with real events (and Lech Walesa himself) during the period between Solidarity's successful strike and the yet to occur (but thoroughly anticipated) imposition of martial law in 1981 Poland. Filmed at that time by Andrej Wajda, this film is extremely brave in its criticism of the government and its control of the media. Technically a sequel (to Man of Marble) but even with my lack of awareness of the previous film (and faded memory of Polish history), I found it compelling.
(kr) wrote: A total triumph...Burnett absolutely nails the "documentary feel" of what life is like in the inner-city. And (no surprise for some, I imagine) it's a mixture of good and bad, despair and deep love. It's a constant reminder that the small, simple things (the daughter singing to the radio was, for me, the hallmark moment of the film) are what really keep you going. I'm fascinated by the basic idea that, in our minds, we all sometimes feel like we live in tough circumstances, even if what's in front of our eyes appears to be opulent, or thoroughly "middle class". It's our mindset that informs our circumstances, and not the other way around. If more people understand that idea, I suspect there would be far less "Us vs. Them" mentality all over the world. Highly, Highly recommend
(kr) wrote: Great fun. Burt Reynolds is an ageing stuntman threatened by the emergence of a new kid in town. Full of fun gags and crazy action, this is worth your rental money.
(de) wrote: Second best Connery film
(de) wrote: The story is heartwarming, thrilling, and funny, the cast is wonderful, John Powell's score is grand, and the animation and cinematography are spectacular.
(mx) wrote: ... You really can't stop him even with destroying his body can't you?
(jp) wrote: 'Rio' falls in comparisons as its premise is not exactly new or innovative and it's even somewhat weak compared to other animated films of the same year. But the voice acting is energetic and outstanding (with Anne Hathaway standing out), the animation is colourful and excellent, and the story is joyful and funny enough for kids to enjoy more than just once. Its music should also provide another good reason to recommend.