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Director  Keisuke Kinoshita
Music director  Chuji Kinoshita
Language  Japanese
8/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Duration  
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Release date  September 15, 1954 (Japan)
Based on  a novel by Sakae Tsuboi
Writer  Keisuke Kinoshita (screenplay), Sakae Tsuboi (novel)
Initial release  September 15, 1954 (Japan)
Initial DVD release  February 20, 2006 (United Kingdom)
Cast  Hideki Gôko (Isokichi Okada - Bunkyôjô Jidai), Itsuo Watanabe (Takeichi Takeshita - Bunkyôjô Jidai), Hideko Takamine (Ôishi Sensei), Makoto Miyagawa (Kichiji Tokuda - Bunkyôjô Jidai), Takeo Terashita (Tadashi Morioka - Bunkyôjô Jidai), Kunio Satô (Nita Aizawa - Bunkyôjô Jidai)
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A teacher (Hideko Takamine) reaches out to a dozen children living on a small island during wartime.

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Twenty-Four Eyes (, Niju-shi no Hitomi), based on the 1952 novel of the same name by Sakae Tsuboi, is a 1954 Japanese film directed by Keisuke Kinoshita.

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Schoolteacher Hisako Oishi struggles to imbue her students with a positive view of the world and their place in it, despite the fact that she knows full well that most of them will die in the war.

Synopsis

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The movie follows the career of a schoolteacher named Hisako Oishi (played by Hideko Takamine) in Shodoshima during the rise and fall of Japanese ultra-nationalism in the beginning of the Showa period. The narrative begins in 1928 with the teachers first class of first grade students and follows her through 1946.

Cast

  • Hideko Takamine - Oishi Sensei
  • Yumeji Tsukioka - Masuno
  • Takahiro Tamura - Isokichi
  • Chishu Ryu - Otoko Sensei
  • Release

    The film has been released on DVD in the United Kingdom as part of the Masters of Cinema Collection from Eureka! video and in the US as part of the The Criterion Collection.

    A 1987 color remake was directed by Yoshitaka Asama.

    References

    Twenty-Four Eyes Wikipedia
    Twenty-Four Eyes IMDb Twenty Four Eyes themoviedb.org


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