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The extraordinary medieval costumes and exquisite color compositions dazzled the audiences.
Having seen this film something like eight times, I find that I am ever more riveted by the subtlety of her every gesture and expression.
The primary theme is a brilliant meditation on how unfathomable are even the hearts of those we love.
Great colors, good story. The ending (the very, very tip ending just before the curtain falls) was a bit flat, though. After all that happened, I thought "Mmm.... Read morePublished 24 days ago by GJW
A powerful film. A great study in Japanese cinema. Full of cultural Japanese ideas that are excellently portrayed.Published 1 month ago by potzo
operatic - adjective, of, relating to, or characteristic of opera. extravagantly theatrical; overly dramatic. Read morePublished 4 months ago by vs
THIS is how I remember this film from the Thalia Art Cinema release in NYC back in the early 60's. I was dumbfounded when I first saw it. Dazzling color that you couldn't believe. Read morePublished 7 months ago by DAVID E HALL
A Treasured Piece !!!!! They are not making movies with the flavor of BY-GONE DAYS. The era was depicted beautifully.Published 8 months ago by Stephanie Char
The self-anointed 'dean' of Western critics of Japanese film, Donald Richie, famously said that GATE OF HELL (Japanese JIGOKUMON) was a "limp film with flaccid performances by... Read morePublished 10 months ago by David H. (Austin)
10 minutes into this film and you will say you've never seen color like this in a film. i was worried about the restoration... Read morePublished 10 months ago by milt
A classic tale of loyalty, although whose, and to whom, you don't find out until the end.
This is a "samurai" movie, but really doesn't have swordwork in it, it... Read more
Very pretty colors, particularly for its time, with sumptuous silks of that ancient Japanese time are elegance personified. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Roy Clark