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Geisha: The Sunset of the Flowers (2004)

Geisha: Le crépuscule des fleurs (original title)
Geisha, the twilight of flowers, is a journey to the secret world of Geishas of Kyoto, Japan's ancient capital. Filmmaker Romain Guélat takes us on a rare journey into this hidden world usually closed to western eyes.

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Romain Guelat
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Geisha, the twilight of flowers, is a journey to the secret world of Geishas of Kyoto, Japan's ancient capital. Filmmaker Romain Guélat takes us on a rare journey into this hidden world usually closed to western eyes.

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Documentary

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1 January 2018 | by meilani-34552See all my reviews

I didn't even want to watch the rest of this "documentary ". Listening to the narrator mispronounce and butcher Japanese's names in words was like listening to someone clawing their fingernails along a chalkboard. Or the sound of someone biting down on a metal fork while pulling it out of their clenched teeth, then eating their food with their mouth wide open full of food. BTW it's geisha (gey-sha) not guy-EE-shaw!


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Country:

Switzerland

Language:

French

Release Date:

6 December 2004 (Switzerland) See more »

Also Known As:

Geisha: The Sunset of the Flowers See more »

Filming Locations:

Kyoto, Japan

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Budget:

EUR150,000 (estimated)
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Navarro Films See more »
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Color

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1.37 : 1
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