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Station - Ken Takakura - 1981 Remastered
Product Name:Station - Ken Takakura - 1981 Remastered
Our Price:$12.95
Availability:In Stock
Product Number:pn-3201283
Product Weight:0.3 lb.
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Station
"Eki"

Director: Yasuo Furuhata
Cast: Ken Takakura, Chieko Baish˘, Ayumi Ishida

Takakura is a cop training to be a sharpshooter for the Olympic games, he divorces his wife and abandons his daughter when he discovers she's had an affair. Later his coach is gunned down by a fleeing criminal. Years later Takakura returns to his snowy hometown and starts an affair with a middle-aged bar owner. The story is a bit thick, with a number of subplots, yet it is extrordinarily melancholic, as Takakura seems to regret everything he's done in his life and is made over and over again to relive his mistakes. There is very little "action" as such, and no yakuzas of any kind; but beyond that this is one of the most lushly beautiful and emotional films you can see (if you can see it), with an excellent score by Ryudo Uzaki.

Awards winning:
5th Japan Academy Prize ceremony
Won: Best Picture
Won: Best Screenplay - Sou Kuramoto
Won: Best Actor - Ken Takakura
Won: Best Music - Ryudo Uzaki
Won: Best Sound Recording - Nobuyuki Tanaka

Remastered Print

1981 Color Anamorphic Widescreen (16:9) 132 Mins.
Japanese with Optional English Subtitles.


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