Women of the Night

Synopsis: In the post-war Japan, Fusako Owada lives in the home of her mother-in-law with her baby that is ill while waits for the return of her husband from the war. When she learns that her husband has died and her baby also dies, she moves to another city with her neighbor Kumiko Owada to work as secretary executive for the opium dealer Kenzô Kuriyama. One day, she stumbles upon her missed sister Natsuko Kimijima that has returned from the Korea on the street and she learns that Natsuko works as a dancer in a night-club. Natsuko moves to Fusako and Kumiko's apartment and soon she has a love affair with Fusako's boss. However Fusako is secretly Kuriyama's mistress and upset, she vanishes. One day, a client of Natsuko in the night-club tells to her that he saw Fusako in the Red Light District. Natsuko that is pregnant decides to seek her sister out in the prostitution area. Will she find Fusako?
Genre: Drama
 
IMDB:
7.4
Year:
1948
75 min
6 Views

Father came back with me.

Malnutrition.

It has been very hard. Painful.

I lost my husband and my child.

Your husband too!

What are you doing now?

I'm a dancer.

It's great.

And you?

I didn't want to cause my

husband's family anymore troubles.

So I left them and I'm working

in a company.

She's an executive secretary.

I'd like to leave the factory

to work somewhere else.

Where do you live?

In a flat near Tengejaya.

Can I live with you?

I'm living with friends.

We're four in one room.

We never thought we would

meet like that.

It's true.

But you, you're still luckier.

Why?

You had a happy youth.

You were married.

We, the youth,

won't be able to be happy anymore.

It's necessarily true.

Your clothes are very nice.

Where do they come from?

I had them made here.

It must be expensive.

Very.

I haven't finished

paying for them yet.

What if I became a dancer?

Don't be ridiculous.

Welcome.

A visit?

Come in.

He's our boss.

She's my sister I was looking for.

We met by chance.

Like in a dream.

I'm happy for you.

Your sister talked to me about you.

I was worried.

Thank you.

It must have been hard.

If only I could dance...

My clothes aren't so nice.

It's time to go back.

I want to stay.

Your mother won't be happy

if you come back late.

It's wonderful.

Hello.

Don't use my cosmetics.

Skinflint!

Skinflint yourself!

Why don't you buy some?

I need of this to work.

I don't earn a lot of money.

You?

An executive secretary?

Do you have another

contract with him?

Don't be ridiculous.

You should take advantage of it.

It's not my boss' type.

The boat arrives tonight.

We must prepare 3 million.

I'm counting on you.

We'll get caught.

You're my secretary.

Sir!

Do you want me to buy you something?

Do you really care about me?

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