Final Take: The Golden Age of Movies (1986)

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This is Japanese melo-dramatist director Yoji Yamada's ode to 1930s film production during the transition from silent film to talkies. With many loose associations we can see the rise of a ... See full summary »


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29 April 2003 | rsgratton
10
| Perfect little gem
I first saw that film at the Montreal Film Festival. It chronicles the beginning of film-making in Japan with wit and intelligence. Much of the film is spent with the main actress and her career. Reminds me a bit of another Japanese film called "The actress", but with a faster pace and a lighter tone. A real pleasure.

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Release Date:

2 August 1986

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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