Synopsis: Painter and poet Yumeji Takehisa (1884-1934) gets involved with a beautiful widow, becoming a rival of her dead husband's ghost and the jealous lover who murdered him.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Seijun Suzuki
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
128 min

Ticket from Yokohama

Lunch receipt

Famous Spots in Okazaki


Fish for sale!

Are there bears around here?



I thought I heard a shot.

A gunshot?

They're searching in the mountains.

Didn't you know?

No. I only got here yesterday.


There was a murder

on the other side of the mountain.

A murder?

A man killed a woman

and fled into the mountains.

Killed a woman?

So they're looking for him?

He cut a policeman's neck

who tried to catch him.


So they say.

But it's quiet here.

It happened in another district,

not ours.

The border goes through the lake.

Were you looking for me?


Weren't you?

No, I wasn't.

Trying to pull me down?

No. I was trying to save you.

I thought you were a dead man

floating up from the bottom.

A dead man?

You're completely covered

in cow's blood.

I'll make a bath for you.

Cow's blood?

I'm Mrs Tomoyo Wakiya.

Some clothes for you.

Help yourself.

What's your name?

You look just like my ex-wife.


Where's the lady of the house?

She's not feeling well.

She's in bed.

There's a ranch

on the slope of the mountain.

They slaughter cattle there

once a month.

The floor of the slaughterhouse

is covered with blood.

They wash it away into the lake.

The colour of it was very bright.

So that was blood.

I was very scared

when you appeared from the water.

Not of you.

Don't be.

Look, I'm warm.

You haven't changed.

Not at all.

Have we ever met before?

No, I wouldn't forget

a beauty like you.

You were in the newspaper.

They say you're a public enemy.

Yumeji Takehisa.

You know me then.

I'm a lady-killer, a pervert. Right?

They're hunting again.

Maybe not. Maybe my husband

shot some cattle.

He gets his kicks that way.

He aims at them from afar.

I see. You're married.

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