Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters 1985
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|Starring||Ken Ogata, Masayuki Shionoya|
|Supporting actors||Hiroshi Mikami, Junya Fukuda, Shigeto Tachihara, Junkichi Orimoto, Naoko Ôtani, Gô Rijû, Masato Aizawa, Yuki Nagahara, Kyuzo Kobayashi, Yuuki Kitazume, Haruko Kato, Yasosuke Bando, Hisako Manda, Naomi Oki, Miki Takakura, Imari Tsujikoichi Sato, Kôichi Satô, Kenji Sawada|
|Studio||The Criterion Collection|
|MPAA rating||R (Restricted)|
|Rental rights||3-day viewing period. Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Yukio Mishima's life was an incredible work of art and this film captures it in a visionary, compelling, and inspiring way.
I have video copies of the English version and the Japanese version (Japanese narration with English subtitles), and would love to be able to buy it on DVD.
Thus Mishima himself gives us the key to understanding much of his work and life; he becomes obsessed with idealized male beauty and martyrdom.
This is an incredible performace by Ken Ogata as Mishima and his stories. The play and contrast of his works intertwined with his life is really just great and powerful. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Keith Griffiths
This is an excellent film for any fan of mishima and his work or for that matter for those interested in Japan and its general cutlure or especially its literary culture do... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Josh Dollins
An excellent and successful attempt to engage the extraordinary life, death, and artistic sensibility of Yukio Mishima (1925-1970). Read morePublished 10 months ago by an acquaintance
Intitially saw this film in the mid 80's for the Phillip Glass score and was glad I did. Beautifully staged and filmed, it recieved little fanfare after its first release and I... Read morePublished 14 months ago by wabbit
purchased for my son's book collection
delivered in perfect condition
part of son's collection
better than expected
would recommend to anyone
a must read and watch if you like Japan. Mishima represents the country and culture in so many levels: love of the external, without caring for skin-deep real issues. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Geraldo Faria
It's impossible to stop this film and return to it later. You must see it all the way through in a single sitting.
The first 95% is best. Read more
the product came promptly in good condition as specified. It shows very nicely and my family is happy with it. I will be happy to do same business in the furure.Published 20 months ago by fernando