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Original theatrical trailer
New and improved English subtitle translation
PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film scholar Audie Bock
Perhaps something is lost in the translation and I'm not getting the point of a good many of these scenes.
In the novel, Sachiko is a dutiful, caring and concerned sister whose only duty is to see her sisters happily married and settled.
The cinematography in this film is superb, so many shots are simply breathtaking and bring tears to my eyes.
I thought the movie was nice to look at, but it was not even close to the quality of the book, which was a little disappointing.Published 1 month ago by Mothlove
I found "The Makioka Sisters" very interesting, while my Chinese girlfriend who usually loves Japanese film dozed off frequently. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Frank
I really enjoyed this adaptation to Tanizaki Jun'ichirō's novel! The cinematography captures the elegance of a bygone era. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Markus Eng
An older movie but with a visually colorful setting and good story which follows 3 traditional Japanese ladies and their growth..Published 9 months ago by AJ Falski
I usually love Japanese and foreign movies but this is boring.
Don't waste your time on this movie when there are way better Japanese movies such as:
- Shall We... Read more
It was a lovely insight into Japanese tradition. Beautiful cinematography, particularly the cherry blossom scenes. The kimonos were absolutely gorgeous. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Wendy Preston