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Ghost of Hanging in Utusunomiya (1956)
"Kaii Utsunomiya tsuritenjô" (original title)

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Hiroshi Ogasawara ...
Ryûtarô Tone (as Ryuzaburô Ogasawara)
Akemi Tsukushi ...
Shino
Tetsurô Tanba ...
Kurozumi Tenzen
Konomi Fuji ...
Ofuji
Sachiko Tôyama ...
Onobu
Yôichi Numata ...
Shôgun Iemitsu
Masao Mishima ...
Kagiya Jinbee
Unpei Yokoyama ...
Tokubei
Kotaro Sugiyama ...
Yoshichi
Ureo Egawa ...
Kawamura Utsubo
Shuntarô Emi ...
Kôzukenosuke Honda (as Wataru Emi)
Hiroshi Ayukawa ...
Tomekichi
Sôzaburô Kikuchi
Masao Takamatsu
Yôji Misaki ...
Tôemon
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19 September 1956 (Japan)  »

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Nakagawa's first ghost
23 February 2003 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

Although unusually elaborate in some of its set pieces, The Ceiling at Utsunomiya is similar to many chambara films of its period. However, it's the first of Nobuo Nakagawa's movies to include a ghost (albeit very briefly), and introduces several of the devices the director was to repeat in later films as he became more involved in supernatural tales, such as snakes, bloody head wounds, facial disfigurement, vengeful spirits, an ambivalent attitude towards samurai and lengthy tracking shots.


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