The Films of Kinuyo Tanaka. New 4K Restoration!
Japan | 1962 | Kinuyo Tanaka
In 16th-century feudal Japan, Ogin, the daughter of Japanese tea ceremony master Sen no Rikyu, falls in love with Ukon Takayama (Tatsuya Nakadai), a Christian lord and samurai who is already married. Ogin tries to remain chaste and faithful to Ukon even as she marries a wealthy merchant and later becomes the shogun’s concubine. Kinuyo Tanaka’s final film as a director (her second in both color and Cinemascope) is another historical saga told from a feminine perspective. Cleveland revival premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 102 min.
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