Beautiful Days

Synopsis: Masaki Kobayashi directs this romantic drama concerning a family of florists.
 
IMDB:
7.1
Year:
1955
120 min
5 Views

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A SHOCHIKU FILM:

BEAUTIFUL DAYS:

Produced by

KOZO KUBO:

Screenplay by

ZENZO MATSUYAMA:

Cinematography by

TOSHIYASU MORITA

Production Design by

SHUKEI HIRATAKA:

Sound by

HIDEO NISHIZAKI:

Lighting by

MASAO KATO:

Music by

CHUJI KINOSHITA:

Starring

KEIJI SADA:

YOSHIKO KUGA:

ISAO KIMURA:

TOSHIKO KOBAYASHI

HITOMI NOZOE:

EITARO OZAWA:

AKIKO TAMURA:

AKIO SATAKE:

SADAKO SAWAMURA:

JYUNKICHI ORIMOTO

EIJIRO TONO:

Directed by

MASAKI KOBAYASHI

- Are you all right?

- Yes, I'm fine.

- Are you sure you're all right?

- It just startled me.

- Are you hurt anywhere?

- No, I'm fine.

I need to be more careful.

Let's take you to a doctor.

I'm not hurt. I was just startled.

- I don't want the pain to hit you later.

- I'm fine.

No, I must make sure you're fine.

Do you have to take me to a doctor?

It's the least I can do.

Please come with me.

Then please take me to my doctor.

What?

That should satisfy your concerns.

I've been meaning to see him anyway.

That's fine. Please get in the car.

Thank you.

Is Dr. Imanishi here?

Yes.

Please tell him Mrs. Tokioka is here.

He's in a meeting with the director.

Patients may not be able to pay for

their hospital stay and treatment up front.

But we can't tell them

to go elsewhere.

I understand

if it occurs once or twice.

But we don't give out

free medical treatment here.

I'm aware of that.

But time was of the essence

with that patient.

I approach it from

a doctor's perspective.

Everyone has their own perspective.

But you can't reserve a hospital room

or use the pharmacy on a whim.

Who's going to pay for all that?

You don't own this hospital.

I'm sure they treat you like a god.

It was a heroic act.

You must feel pretty good

about yourself.

Excuse me.

Wait.

You're not a full-fledged physician yet.

If you're feeling bad, just apologize.

Thank you for everything.

Hey, you.

Mr. Imanishi.

What is it?

I want you to examine me.

I just quit the hospital.

What? Did you get in trouble again?

Yes. It's aggravating here.

Don't be silly.

What exactly happened?

I'm leaving.

Mr. Imanishi.

- Is that your doctor?

- Yes. He's in trouble again.

I'm the one who's troubled.

Let's have you checked.

No, if Mr. Imanishi can't see me,

I don't want to be here.

Hey, ma'am...

Welcome back.

Hi, I'm back.

You're back late.

I was starting to worry.

I'm tired.

There was a kind man

who gave me a ride home in his car.

So I went to see Mr. Imanishi.

Is that right?

I was worried you might have been

hit by a car.

Your Grandma isn't senile yet.

Here's the payment.

- Thank you.

How's Mr. Imanishi?

I heard he's doing well at this job.

That's not the case at all.

He was in the middle of a quarrel

when I got there.

Why? What happened?

I don't understand him.

It's hard to find work out there.

He's a bit conceited.

Things don't always go your way.

- You can't say that about him.

- I can.

You need to tough it out

when you're young.

That's what builds character.

I wonder why he had to quit.

Welcome to our store.

Hey, Hakamada.

You have a phone call.

- Phone call for you.

- Thanks.

Hello.

Hello?

Oh, it's Imanishi.

What did you say?

Can you speak up?

I can go if it's around 8:00 p.m.

What? You quit again?

You fool.

Don't spend too much time

on a private matter.

Don't say that.

You'll understand when I tell you.

I'll see you later.

Mom, Hakamada is coming

so make us something good.

Do we have sake?

How can you be so nonchalant?

Are you still angry?

Of course I'm angry.

How many times

do you have to quit?

Your father

will be very disappointed.

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