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Shinkichi (as Hideo Mitsui)
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
Kichi, an actor
Maako, an actor
Shouting audience member (uncredited)
|Yasujirô Ozu||...||(story) (as James Maki)|
|Harue Haga||...||hair stylist|
|Kazuo Ishikawa||...||assistant director|
|Gen Kenkichi||...||assistant director|
|Hamao Negishi||...||assistant director|
|Haruo Tanaka||...||assistant director|
|Yakichi Otani||...||set designer|
|Ryôzô Sumida||...||set designer|
|Yûharu Atsuta||...||lighting technician|
|Masao Irie||...||lighting technician|
|Donald Sosin||...||composer: new piano score|
|Kentarô Abe||...||film development|
|Hidesaburô Fujioka||...||title designer|
|Kiyomitsu Hinata||...||text photography|
|Toshimi Nassho||...||film development|
|Den Takayama||...||stage manager|
- Koch Media (2014) (Germany) (DVD) (Ozu Edition)
- New Yorker Films (1994) (United States)
- The Criterion Collection (2004) (United States) (DVD)
A troupe of actors comes to town, short on funds and bedeviled by bad weather, so they can't put on shows. Kihachi is the troupe's leader. He steals off every day to visit Otsune (an ex-lover) and their son, Shinkichi, who believes his father is a long-dead civil servant. Kihachi has been paying Shinkichi's tuition, and he's now at university. Kihachi's lover, Otaka, the troupe's lead actress, learns Kihachi's secret and plots to ruin Shinkichi and humiliate Kihachi: she offers money to Otoki, the troupe's ingénue, to seduce Shinkichi. Soon the boy is head over heels, and Otoki finds herself with feelings for him. Can this end well or is tragedy at hand?
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|Movie Connections||Remade as Floating Weeds (1959). See more »|
|Crazy Credits||The film title and credits are placed before a backdrop of plain sackcloth. This would become a trademark of Yasujirô Ozu films. See more »|
What did you plan to do with my son?
Otaka: Who cares about your son? He's cheap, like you, playing around with actresses.
[Kihachi beats Otaka]
Otaka: Are you sorry? I hope you'll be very sorry. The world is like a lottery. You take your ups and your downs. Let's make up please. That makes us even, you see. Just think how I feel.
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