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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Karl J. Kipling's rating of the film Carmen's Pure Love

    Surely one of the very weirdest Japanese films of the 1950s (before weird and Japanese film became synonymous), as well as one of the most eager to lampoon all that the nation held dear, and all shot in the tilted, so-called Dutch Angle shots that make up much of THE THIRD MAN. Not always great, but constantly surprising. Takamine Hideko really seems to relish playing a brainless stripper, takes the ball and runs.

  2. Adam Suraf's rating of the film Carmen's Pure Love

    One of the strangest Kinoshita films I've seen so far, with extremely bizarre camera angles on nearly every shot.