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The Skin of the South (Ishirô Honda, 1952)
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Título:The Skin of the South
Título V.O:Nangoku no hada
Director:Ishirô Honda
Año/País:1952 / Japón
Duración:95 minutos
Género:Drama
Reparto:Hajime Izu, Yôko Fujita, Takashi Shimura, Kamatari Fujiwara
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The Skin of the South (Ishirô Honda, 1952)
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Descripción momentánea en inglés: The conflict of Ishirō Honda’s second narrative feature, The Skin of the South (Nangoku no hada), lies at the crossroads of science, faith, and economic prosperity. When a group of young geologists declares a mountainside marked for residential development unstable, they are met with scorn on two fronts. On one end, they must contend with the local villagers who balk at the prospect of relocation; on the other, they face the ambitions of the headstrong lumber baron, whose actions will only further destabilize the land. Their pleas for reason ignored, the scientists can do little but observe as nature runs its inevitable course. With this film, Honda not only keyed into the theme of man’s subservience to his environment which would resonate throughout his career, but also ignited his working relationship with one of Japan’s defining cinematic craftsmen, Eiji Tsuburaya. Rip and English subtitles credited to Allen Perkins, who is subtitling Honda obscurities and others through his Patreon.











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