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"Onibaba" obviously has influenced this film, as displayed by the well.
While he seemed defeated and resigned to a life of hardship these two criminal lovers have an enduring, maddening attachment to each other that is very touching.
Rickshaw man runs daily to Tokyo, and the daughter is sent to school there as well.
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