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    Offering little context, director Kenji Mizoguchi brings his lead actor (Shotaro Hanayagi) into a Kabuki theater performance in late 19th century Tokyo, in which his father (Gonjuro Kawarazaki) plays the lead, opening the highly acclaimed The Story Of The Last Chrysanthemums, 1939.

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Story Of The Last Chrysanthemums, The -- (Movie...
Offering not much context, director Kenji Mizoguchi brings...
Story Of The Last Chrysanthemums, The -- (Movie Clip) Not Dead Yet
Offering little context, director Kenji Mizoguchi brings his lead actor (Shotaro Hanayagi) into a Kabuki theater performance in late 19th century Tokyo, in which his father (Gonjuro Kawarazaki) plays the lead, opening the highly acclaimed The Story Of The Last Chrysanthemums, 1939. >
Story Of The Last Chrysanthemums, The -- (Movie...
After relatively routine opening scenes, director Kenji...
Story Of The Last Chrysanthemums, The -- (Movie Clip) With My Own Eyes
Director Kenji Mizoguchi departs convention, introducing Otoku (Kakuko Mori), nursemaid to the baby brother of Kikunosuke (Shotaro Hanayagi), the adopted son and protege of a leading Kaubki actor, and their complex relationship, all in one shot, in The Story Of The Last Chrysanthemums, 1939.>
Story Of The Last Chrysanthemums, The -- (Movie...
Kisho Hanayagi, playing the adoptive mother of rising Kabuki...
Story Of The Last Chrysanthemums, The -- (Movie Clip) Not A Servant's Job
Kisho Hanayagi, playing the adoptive mother of rising Kabuki actor Kikunosuke, scolds Otoku (Kakuko Mori), wet-nurse for his baby brother, for taking an interest in his career, launching a central conflict, in Kenzo Mizoguchi's The Story Of The Last Chrysanthemums, 1939. >
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