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  • Description

    A rhapsodic celebration of song, a brutal condemnation of wartime mentality, and a lyrical statement of hope within darkness; even amongst the riches of 1950s' Japanese cinema, The Burmese Harp, directed by Kon Ichikawa (Alone Across the Pacific, Tokyo Olympiad), stands as one of the finest achievements of its era.

    At the close of World War II, a Japanese army regiment in Burma surrenders to the British. Private Mizushima is sent on a lone mission to persuade a trapped Japanese battalion to surrender also. When the outcome is a failure, he disguises himself in the robes of a Buddhist monk in hope of temporary anonymity as he journeys across the landscape – but he underestimates the power of his assumed role.

    A visually extraordinary and deeply moving vision of horror, necessity, and redemption in the aftermath of war, Ichikawa's breakthrough film is one of the great humanitarian affirmations of the cinema.

    Nominated for a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar and honoured at the Venice Film Festival, The Burmese Harp is one of cinema's great anti-war classics, alongside La Grande Illusion (Jean Renoir), Grave of the Fireflies (Isao Takahata/Studio Ghibli), Paths Of Glory (Stanley Kubrick), All Quiet on the Western Front (Lewis Milestone), and The Great Dictator (Charlie Chaplin).

    Special Features:

    • New, restored high-definition 1080p transfer officially licenced from Nikkatsu 
    • Newly translated optional English subtitles 
    • Exclusive video interview with scholar and filmmaker Tony Rayns 
    • Original Japanese theatrical trailer  PLUS: A 40-page booklet with an essay by Keiko I. McDonald and rare archival stills
  • Caractéristiques
    Certificat (Royaume-Uni):
    12
    Réalisateur(s):
    Kon Ichikawa
    Région:
    B
    Format Image:
    1.37:1
    Nombre de Disques:
    1
    Langue Principale:
    Japanese
    Langue des Sous-Titres:

    English

    Durée:
    117 mins approx.
    Studios:
    Masters of Cinema
    Série:
    Masters of Cinema

The Burmese Harp (Blu-Ray and DVD)

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  • Description

    A rhapsodic celebration of song, a brutal condemnation of wartime mentality, and a lyrical statement of hope within darkness; even amongst the riches of 1950s' Japanese cinema, The Burmese Harp, directed by Kon Ichikawa (Alone Across the Pacific, Tokyo Olympiad), stands as one of the finest achievements of its era.

    At the close of World War II, a Japanese army regiment in Burma surrenders to the British. Private Mizushima is sent on a lone mission to persuade a trapped Japanese battalion to surrender also. When the outcome is a failure, he disguises himself in the robes of a Buddhist monk in hope of temporary anonymity as he journeys across the landscape – but he underestimates the power of his assumed role.

    A visually extraordinary and deeply moving vision of horror, necessity, and redemption in the aftermath of war, Ichikawa's breakthrough film is one of the great humanitarian affirmations of the cinema.

    Nominated for a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar and honoured at the Venice Film Festival, The Burmese Harp is one of cinema's great anti-war classics, alongside La Grande Illusion (Jean Renoir), Grave of the Fireflies (Isao Takahata/Studio Ghibli), Paths Of Glory (Stanley Kubrick), All Quiet on the Western Front (Lewis Milestone), and The Great Dictator (Charlie Chaplin).

    Special Features:

    • New, restored high-definition 1080p transfer officially licenced from Nikkatsu 
    • Newly translated optional English subtitles 
    • Exclusive video interview with scholar and filmmaker Tony Rayns 
    • Original Japanese theatrical trailer  PLUS: A 40-page booklet with an essay by Keiko I. McDonald and rare archival stills
  • Caractéristiques
    Certificat (Royaume-Uni):
    12
    Réalisateur(s):
    Kon Ichikawa
    Région:
    B
    Format Image:
    1.37:1
    Nombre de Disques:
    1
    Langue Principale:
    Japanese
    Langue des Sous-Titres:

    English

    Durée:
    117 mins approx.
    Studios:
    Masters of Cinema
    Série:
    Masters of Cinema
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