Product Tag - Setsuko Hara

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    The Snake Princess (1940)

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    The Snake Princess (1940)

    When Sentarô’s father is killed by a drunken samurai, Sentarô avenges him. His deed puts him on the run and leaves his sister behind. While running from both the authorities and the assassins, Sentarô meets with the beautiful travelling-actress Oshima who takes him under her protection.

    $15.00
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    Priest of Darkness (1936)

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    Priest of Darkness (1936)

    Based on a well-known Kabuki drama titled “Kochiyama to Naozamurai”, which Yamanaka distills into a masterpiece of jidaigeki (period film) as shomingeki (everyman drama), blending the two into something he apparently had rights to entirely in Japan during the 30s. Through a series of intrigues, Kochiyama, Naojiro (who becomes Hirotaro for the film), Ichinijo, and Hirotaro’s sister Onami (played by a young Hara Setsuko) all pretty much have the worst day or two of their lives.

    $15.00
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    Tokyo Story DVD 1953 (Original)

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    Tokyo Story DVD 1953 (Original)

    An old couple visit their children and grandchildren in the city, but the children have little time for them.
    This is 100% Genuine product.
    Region: 2
    Important: A lot of DVD players around now are region free – which play any DVD region. It completely depends on what DVD player you have.
    We actually have a number of regular customers based in the US, Canada and Australia who never have problems with our region 2 discs.

    $34.99
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    The Ball at the Anjo House (1947)

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    The Ball at the Anjo House (1947)

    After Japan’s loss in the war, the wealthy, cultured, liberal Anjo family have to give up their mansion and their way of life. They hold one last ball at the house before leaving. The seemingly cold, cynical son secretly grieves for his defeated father and the values that the war destroyed, while the daughter tries to prevent father from taking his life and to find her own place in the new Japan.

    $25.00
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    Repast (1951)

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    Repast (1951)

    Michiyo lives in the small place Osaka and is not happy with her marriage, all she does is cook and clean for her husband.

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    Sound of the Mountain (1954)

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    Sound of the Mountain (1954)

    An ingratiating bride develops warm ties to her father-in-law while her cold husband blithely slights her for another woman.

    $25.00
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    Tokyo Twilight (1957)

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    Tokyo Twilight (1957)

    Two sisters find out the existence of their long-lost mother, but the younger cannot take the truth of being abandoned as a child.

    $25.00
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    The Daughter of the Samurai (1937)

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    The Daughter of the Samurai (1937)

    At the invitation of the Japanese Ministry of Education, the former “mountain filmer” Fanck directed this “cultural feature film” with Japanese actors in Japan, making this the first, German-Japanese co-production. The young Japanese man Teruo gets caught up in a conflict between tradition and modernism, when he returns to Japan from Germany after having spent a number of years there studying. Now, he is supposed to marry Mitsuko, the daughter of his adoptive father, to whom Teruo has long been promised. But Teruo, who has gotten to know the freedoms of the western world, would rather marry the woman he loves and behaves brusquely to Mitsuko.

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    The War at Sea from Hawaii to Malay (1942)

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    The War at Sea from Hawaii to Malay (1942)

    A Japanese wartime propaganda drama made nearly a year after the attack on Pearl Harbor to celebrate the victory.

    $25.00
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    Late Spring (1949)

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    Late Spring (1949)

    In the post-WWII Japan, the twenty-seven year-old Noriko Somiya lives a simple but happy life with her fifty-seven year-old widower father, the college professor Shukichi Somiya in the suburb of Tokyo. Noriko has recovered from a disease she had during the war, and her aunt Masa Taguchi and her friend Aya Kitagawa press her to get married. However, Noriko would rather stay single and taking care of her beloved father. When Masa finds a promising fiancé to Noriko, she tells that her father will remarry sooner, forcing the reluctant Noriko to take a decision.

    $25.00
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    Tokyo Story (1953)

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    Tokyo Story (1953)

    An old couple visit their children and grandchildren in the city, but the children have little time for them.

    $25.00
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