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Love, Thy Name Be Sorrow (1962)

Koiya koi nasuna koi (original title)
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Hashizô Ôkawa ...
Abe no Yasuna
Michiko Saga ...
Sakaki no mae / Kuzu no ha / Vixen
Ryûnosuke Tsukigata ...
Onono Yosifuru
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Kensaku Hara
Sumiko Hidaka
Yoshi Katô
Chôichirô Kawarasaki
Eitarô Ozawa
Kenji Susukida
Jun Usami ...
(as Junya Usami)
Eijirô Yanagi
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1 May 1962 (Japan)  »

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In 2005 the movie had a Special Screening in the section "International Forum of New Cinema" of the 55th International Filmfestival Berlin ("Berlinale"). See more »

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Do not love: inside is emptiness
17 March 2005 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Movies by Uchida Tomu were subtitled very recently and are only shown at festivals... but not to be missed.

Here, the demonstration is done that Love never works, through three (or is it one? --- it is one) impossible-love-stories.

It could seem to start like an epic movie, but it is definitely not so: Mixing elements of noh, kabuki and kinky erotic; assumed filmed theater and "normal" movie; and much more, the movie is never messy. The story is complex enough and can be seen a different levels, but it remains clear and understandable. That is art and entertainment. And not depressing though the subject is not optimistic.

Another extremely good Japanese movie from the 60's.


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