Hideko Takamine

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    The Other Woman DVD 1994 (Original)

    In “The Other Woman” the children of a distinguished professor find that the woman they have come to regard as their racy and slightly disreputable Ginza aunt is really their mother.
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    Twenty-Four Eyes DVD 1954 (Original)

    Schoolteacher Hisako Oishi struggles to imbue her students with a positive view of the world and their place in it, despite the fact that she knows full well that most of them will die in the war.
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    Region: 2
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    We actually have a number of regular customers based in the US, Canada and Australia who never have problems with our region 2 discs.

    $31.99
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    Carmen Comes Home (1951)

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    Carmen Comes Home (1951)

    A girl who’d left her hometown for the exciting adventure of the big city returns home years later for a visit, soon somehow causing scandal.

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    The Tattered Wings (1955)

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    The Tattered Wings (1955)

    A young widow, made world weary by her abusive, neglectful husband, finds herself in a minor scandal when she’s seen with her intense, no-nonsense childhood sweetheart.

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    Danger Stalks Near (1957)

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    Danger Stalks Near (1957)

    The plans of a trio of burglars are continually thwarted by the arrival of visitors to the house they plan to rob.

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    When a Woman Ascends the Stairs (1960)

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    When a Woman Ascends the Stairs (1960)

    Keiko, whom everyone calls Mama, narrates her story: she’s a hostess on the Ginza, 30, a widow. She describes life’s vicious cycle: acting cheerful around drunks, dressing and living well to convey confidence, needing money for these expenses and for her demanding mother and brother, and knowing she’s growing older. She’s of an age when she must choose: to seek marriage (difficult given her tarnished occupation), to be a kept woman, or to borrow money to buy a bar of her own. Each route has dangers, including investors demanding a return on their loans. Keiko has a quiet dignity that attracts men, but are they what they seem? Does she actually have choices?

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    A Wanderer's Notebook (1962)

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    A Wanderer’s Notebook (1962)

    Considered one of the finest late Naruses and a model of film biography, A Wanderer’s Notebook features remarkable performances by Hideko Takamine – Phillip Lopate calls it “probably her greatest performance” – and Kinuyo Tanaka as mother and daughter living from hand to mouth in Twenties Tokyo. Based on the life and career of Fumiko Hayashi, the novelist whose work Naruse adapted to the screen several times, A Wanderer’s Notebook traces her bitter struggle for literary recognition in the first half of the twentieth century – her affairs with feckless men, the jobs she took to survive (peddler, waitress, bar maid), and her arduous, often humiliating attempts to get published in a male-dominated culture.

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    Hit and Run (1966)

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    Hit and Run (1966)

    A working-class woman becomes bent on revenge after her little boy is killed in a hit and run; she discovers that the man who took the rap was simply a corporate lackey covering up for his boss’s wife.

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    Home Sweet Home (1951)

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    Home Sweet Home (1951)

    The Ueki family may not be wealthy, but smiles are never in short supply. The father is awarded prize money for 25 years of service to his workplace, but has it stolen on the way home from the ceremony.

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