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Ratings & Reviews

  1. dordai_robert's rating of the film Street of Shame

  2. Lex Lucas's rating of the film Street of Shame

    Deeply moving. Absolutely human. It's the last breath of Mizoguchi that condensed his craft into one ultime feature about his dear women.

  3. FISCHER's rating of the film Street of Shame

    Un excellent film social et humain du grand Mizoguchi dont ce fut hélas la dernière oeuvre. Tout en dénonçant avec âpreté et sans aucune concession le problème tragique de la prostitution, le film reste un somptueux hymne à la libération de la femme... www.cinefiches.com

  4. omusubibi's rating of the film Street of Shame

    women dealing in their own ways with a harsh society - it's amazing how attached you get to these characters (mickey can step on me btw)

  5. ermete polpette's rating of the film Street of Shame

  6. Daishi's rating of the film Street of Shame

    Masterpiece of films about night life.

  7. Stefano Pedrocchi's rating of the film Street of Shame

    Yumeko is beautiful. These settings...

  8. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film Street of Shame

  9. tegarbudi's rating of the film Street of Shame

    deceive or be deceived. sebuah ken666erian

  10. Rainer X's rating of the film Street of Shame

    A bit didactic, yet necessary, today no less than when it was released.

  11. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film Street of Shame

    Mizoguchi's depiction of the sacrifices the working women make is heartbreaking!

  12. jonijtr's rating of the film Street of Shame

    A heartbreaking tales in Japanese underground world

  13. Kevin Costner's rating of the film Street of Shame

    Mizoguchi's last last great film...

  14. wax@waxsm.com.au's rating of the film Street of Shame

    A affecting film by a master of cinematic understatement. Mizoguchi displays a great regard for the daily lives of working women in this curiously liberal film.

  15. jchandleroc's rating of the film Street of Shame

    This is a deeply tragic film. These women suffer not only as the victims of unfortunate circumstances (i.e. poverty, illness, neglect), but as victims of their own unattainable dreams which are callously tossed aside by a cruelly indifferent world. With each glimmer of hope of clinging to some semblance of dignity society deals another blow. With each dissolve they plunge deeper into resignation.

  16. HSBilly's rating of the film Street of Shame

    one of the mizoguchi's heartbreakers

  17. paxy's rating of the film Street of Shame

    https://cinepaxy.wordpress.com/2014/11/04/la-strada-della-vergogna/

  18. El Biffo's rating of the film Street of Shame

    Mizoguchi sticks to the theme he knows best.

  19. espaçonimas's rating of the film Street of Shame

    RUA DA VERGONHA, o último filme do realizador japonês Kenji Mizoguchi, esta segunda-feira, dia 30, em mais uma sessão do ciclo "Cinema Clássico", às 18h30 no Espaço Nimas.

  20. CRUSSER's rating of the film Street of Shame

    Jeez, Mickey, put down that bowl of rice before you starve the whole brothel!

  21. Brendan's rating of the film Street of Shame

    A speech twice told in the film, underlined by Mizoguchi's always interesting staging, reflects a devastating, slow, and all consuming hostility that permeates Mizoguchi's cinema. Along with a particularly surreal and evocative soundtrack, Mizoguchi's last film is not his best, though it reflects a masterful filmmaker at the height of his abilities.

  22. joey Noodles's rating of the film Street of Shame

    99filmo's Mizoguchi marathon begins on a highnote, what a brilliant film that says everything it is trying to be in the perfect fashion. The soundtrack is mindbending!

  23. pandakuma's rating of the film Street of Shame

    after read mizoguchi's biography, somehow i thought that those women are all himself and i felt strangely connected with him and picturing his life in my head. it was surely an experience. thank you, mizoguchi-sensei.

  24. Gylfi's rating of the film Street of Shame

    I think that the scene where Yumeko meets her son outside the factory is one of the most painful moments I have ever seen on film. It is truly amazing how Mizoguchi manages to make the audience feel so much with the characters. Not many directors end their career with such a great film. Respect.

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