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Tôkyô no onna (Tôkyô no onna) (1933)

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Starring
Ureo Egawa Ureo Egawa
Ryoichi
Chishu Ryu Chishu Ryu
Reporter


Written by
Kôgo Noda Kôgo Noda
writer
Yasujiro Ozu Yasujiro Ozu
novel 16 Stunden/26 Hours


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Ryoichi and Chikako, brother and sister, live together. Chikako toils during the day and, at night, prostitutes herself to fund his college tuition.
Release date: 1 December 1982
Tags: Japan (2), Drama (1), B&w (1), Black & White (1), Silent (1), Based On Novel (1), 1930s (1), Japanese Cinema (1), 47 Min. (1)
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"A melodrama that condemns masculine idiocy really need a bit more fleshing out of the motivation of our lead, an aspect apparently cut during production (probably due to being a tad too revolutionary). As it stands, this is ten minutes of intrigue, twenty-five of dull arguing with little nuance or depth to any of the dialogue, and the final ten of condemning, but sprinkled with some incredibly obnoxious newspapermen and an ending right out of that Exorcist director's cut where it waters down a l"


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