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2.8
6 Ratings

Both You and I

Ore mo omae mo

Directed by Mikio Naruse
Japan, 1946
Comedy

Synopsis

A comedy about a pair of mid-level salarymen who constantly humiliate themselves for the amusement of their boss.

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Both You and I Directed by Mikio Naruse

Critics reviews

A definite pick-me up, after A DESCENDANT OF URASHIMA TARO set expectations low for occupation-period Naruse... I wouldn't exactly call BOTH YOU AND I a good film, but its desultory freedom of expression lifts it above much of Naruse's work from the relatively dry 1946-1950 period.
June 06, 2016
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  • Holyphool's rating of the film Both You and I

    A tender comedy about abuse and humiliation with two wonderful comic characters as blissfuly funny fathers who are systematically used by a powerful boss. Slapstick comedy allied with a serious undertow provides intensely human tragic comedy. The two men are seen walking endlessly down long dusty empty streets discussing life's interruptions with charming candor and a wonderful comic sense of their own vulnerability.

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