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Ratings & Reviews

  1. rafaelmontenegrofausto's rating of the film The River Fuefuki

    ah, kurosawa's ''High and low'' pink steam scene

  2. Illusion Travels By Streetcar's rating of the film The River Fuefuki

    "There's never been any proof of that tradition actually existing." http://illusionpodcast.blogspot.com/2015/10/episode-75-keisuke-kinoshita-in-living.html

  3. jamshid's rating of the film The River Fuefuki

    An epic follows strives of three generations of a poor lineage against their doomed fate. It is mostly concentrated on the matter of born-farmer youths who left their parents to become warriors. Kinoshita shows this break up in search of hope and status as a recurring cycle of death and doom. HidekoTakamine as a wrinkled old mother trying to prevent her sons to not going to war is a never forgotten poignant scene.

  4. Adam Suraf's rating of the film The River Fuefuki

    Kinoshita wasn't known for lavish war epics, rather intimate politically tinged family tragedies, but you get it all here, a strange samurai jidai-geki in black and white colored with shocking bursts of symbolic painted lenses. A unique, haunting film.