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Set in a 1920´s Japan saturated with decadence and nihilism, Zigeunerweisen is a tale of a disparate quartet drawn together by unseen strings of fate - and nearly driven mad by their own fears and desires. Aochi, a Japanese professor of German, vacations in a seaside town and discovers Nakasao, a former classmate, full-time vagabond - and suspected serial killer. During their reunion, they both fall hard for the beautiful geisha Koine. But when Nakasago marries - and abandons - eerie Koine-look-alike Sono, the men´s mutual obsession for Koine escalates into paranoia and treachery spiked with undercurrents of witchcraft and the sinister presence of supernatural denizens.
Title after a Pablo Sarasate violin composition that haunts the film both narratively and aurally, Zigeunerweisen was a smash hit on its native soil. The film snagged the 1981 Japanese Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director, and was instantly established as both an essential work of the national cinema and the twisted magnum opus of the inimitable, go-go ground-breaker Suzuki.
|Skådespelare:||Yoshio Harada, Toshiya Fujita|
|Ljud:||Japanska DD Stereo|
|Suzuki discusses the making of the Taisho Trilogy|
|Suzuki Bio & Filmography|
|Original Theatrical Trailer|
|Original Key Art & Press Images|
|Print Essay on Suzuki and the Taisho Trilogy|
Upplagd i sortimentet: 18 Maj, 2006