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Rated NR · 80 minutes

Drama, Horror

This virtuoso Japanese silent film, made in 1926, was re-released in 1973. It uses no title-boards, so the story is uninterrupted -- an unusual technique in the silent era. Indeed, except for the absence of dialogue, reviewers agree that this classic movie has a very modern look and feel. The Seaman (Masao Inoue) works as a volunteer at the mental institution where his wife (Yoshie Nakagawa) is locked up. She was placed there after she had some sort of fit and tried to drown their infant son. The story of their family life, and of this incident, is told in flashbacks. He hopes that by working at the institute, he will have some opportunity to reawaken her to the present and take her away.~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

Director: Teinosuke Kinugasa
Writer: Yasunari Kawabata
Cast: Masuo Inoue, Yoshie Nakagawa, Ayako Iijima, Hiroshi Nemoto and Misao Seki

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