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Keisuke Kinoshita

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Monday, April 8 2013

'The Ballad of Narayama' Is Both Universal and Distant

In one of the most experimental films to arrive from Japan during the ‘50s, Keisuke Kinoshita took a story from a Japanese book and turned it into an artificial spectacle, which combined kabuki theater with bittersweet storytelling akin to folk.


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