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2015/09/12 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
by 墨汁一滴 (Skip) Provider: 21846 Host:21755 Browser: 1975(Mobile)
It was a memorable directorial debut work by Director Oshima Nagisa famous for "Battlefield Merry Christmas" and so on.
It was a work depicting a human pattern of a girl who was a young president of a poor boy and a prestigious company set in front of a station in a small town.
At the beginning, there was a woman who made a living by shoe polish in the place where a hero who was a leading character sold a pigeon, but if it is said that shoe shine is a boy or a boy like a shoeshine boy or a man also There was something that could be surprised only by the image being done.
Although it was the hero who was selling pigeons, there was something that I was very concerned with how I gotten a pigeon and got hands, but my mother shoeshine and my sister who is late in sight and three The heroine who sympathized with the circumstances of the hero who is living a poor life is 700 yen (since curry rice was 60 yen, it is about 50,000 yen if it is the monetary value at that time) Purchase pigeons Actually, I used pigeon homecoming instinct to sell the pigeons that were returned while being sold in the same way again, and although it is supposed to be a fraud in the same way, it would have been a pessimistic act because of poverty.
Although it was a work of serious and heavy content, I think that there is no loss after seeing it once.
2013/04/21 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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〓〓〓br> Directed by Oshima Nagisa.
Work painting coldly and painfully through pigeons going out between bourgeois and proletariat.
The process of falling into a cruel ending is drawn in a production full of tension.
As already at the beginning of the career already entered the hall, as directed by Oshima.