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Volunteering as a "comfort woman" on the Manchurian front, where she is expected to service hundreds of soldiers, Harumi is commandeered by the brutal Lieutenant Narita but falls for the sensitive Mikami, Narita's direct subordinate. Seijun Suzuki's Story of a Prostitute is a tragic love story as well as a rule-bending take on a popular Taijiro Tamura novel, challenging military and fraternal codes of honor, as seen through Harumi's eyes.
Suzuki first pursued film after returning home to Tokyo from service in the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II and failing university entrance exams. Following an unsatisfying stint as an assistant director at Shochiku, Suzuki was lured in to the recently reopened Nikkatsu studio, which was hiring fresh talent to appeal to a new kind of youth audience.
He flourished there for years, with such films as Take Aim at the Police Van and especially Youth of the Beast, a commercial breakthrough for him. Of course, as any true Suzuki fan and they are legion knows, the incomprehensibility is part of the fun, and today his sixties works are considered some of the most essential of the Japanese New Wave. Special Features New, restored high-definition digital transfer Exclusive new video interviews with director Seijun Suzuki, production designer Takeo Kimura, and film critic Tadao Sato Original theatrical trailer New and improved English subtitle translation Plus: Nights of Cabiria Federico Fellini.
A Salute to Seijun Suzuki Cinema lost one of its most venerated maestros of excess last week with the passing of director Seijun Suzuki, whose signature films from the s exploded the conventions of the Japanese studio system.
While honing his craft in dozens of films cran…. Short Takes — Feb 24, Branded to Kill Seijun Suzuki. Tokyo Drifter Seijun Suzuki.