Kinuyo Tanaka appeared in about 100 silent films in the 1920s and 1930s, and played many pretty roles. I am showing off the standing coat. Among Ozu's pre-war works, this is one that is sprinkled with the influence of American films and urban dandyism.
Acting as a katsubenshi, she has been active both in Japan and overseas as a leading figure in katsuben as a storytelling culture. My name is Midori Sawato. At the talk event, three actresses who appear in this work, Kinuyo Tanaka, Sumiko Mizukubo, and Yumeko Aihatsu, will talk about the appeal of Shochiku modernism.
1933 / Shochiku / B&W / 35mm / 100 minutes
Director: Yasujiro Ozu
Co-starring: Joji Oka, Sumiko Mizukubo, Hideo Mitsui (Koji), Yumeko Ai first
Special Screening "Woman on the Cordon" Screening with Katsuben + Talk Event
[Date] Saturday, October 30, 2021
[Venue] Kamakura City Kawakita Movie Memorial Hall
[Price] General 1,600 yen / Elementary and junior high school students 800 yen
[Official website] Click here
Outline of the event