Dispersed Clouds

Synopsis:
Genre: Drama, Romance
 
IMDB:
7.1
Year:
1951
95 min
5 Views

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DISPERSED CLOUDS

Production:

HIRAO I., HANAE Y, UCHIYAMA Y

Screenplay:

TATEOKA K., TANAKA S., GOSHO H.

Directed by:
GOSHO Heinosuke

Director of Photography: MIURA Mitsuo

Director artistic: KUBO Kazuo

Music:
SAITO Ichiro

SAWAMURA Keiko (Masako)

NUMATA Yoichi (Dr. Minami)

KAWASAKI Hiroko (Osen)

MITSUDA Ken, FUKUDA Taeko,

OKAMURA Ayako, KURATA Mayumi

OTSUKA Michiko

IWASAKI Kaneko

Kobuchizawa Station.

Change here for the Koumi line.

Change here for the Koumi line.

This is Kobuchizawa Station.

Change here for the Koumi line.

Don't forget your baggage.

There will be a long wait.

There is a waiting room for those

continuing on the Koumi line.

Mount Yatsugatake is so beautiful!

And so are the clouds!

The Autumn here in the plateau.

How nice!

Look how old this train is!

- Are we going to take this train?

- Yes we are.

We have fifty minutes before it leaves.

What a bad connection.

This seems to be the terminus station.

How much further do we have left to go?

- How high are we?

- About 800 meters.

The water is so cool!

Great!

The water of fertile Shinano.

Masako, don't you want to drink?

It's really good!

What's the matter, Masako?

Are you tired, Masako?

We have a lot of time.

Let's go for a walk.

Let's explore this town.

Come on, come on, hurry up!

There are a lot of things!

What odd things!

Look at the chestnuts!

- How nice they smell!

- And they look so good.

These would cost double this in Tokyo.

Maybe I will buy some for my mother.

Masako...

I need to buy a roll of film.

Where is there a shop?

Look at how strong that woman is.

Wait for me!

Have you found something?

This isn't bad.

What a surprise. He even has

plastic raincoats.

Welcome.

Our raincoats come directly

from Ginza.

- Would you like one?

- No, thanks.

- Do you have film?

- Yes, I do.

My shop is very special.

I even have color film.

Thanks.

- Where is my change?

- Oh, sorry.

Thanks a lot.

Please, can I take a picture

of you?

Let's go.

What a strange guy.

The train is about to leave.

Wait, wait!

Masako, hurry up!

Hurry!

Take the tickets.

Masako, what's wrong?

Do you feel sick?

- What's wrong?

- Are you okay?

- What's the matter, Masako?

- Are you okay?

- You have a high fever!

- Let's have her sit there.

What may have happened to her?

Hold on, Masako.

What will we do?

What will we do?

- Masako, are you okay?

- What may have happened to her?

The train is gone!

- What will we do?

- What can we do?

- Is there something wrong?

- Can you get a doctor?

I'll have him come here?

- Yes, please.

- But... here?

Is there an inn?

Excuse me, if you want

you can come to our inn.

It's that one.

The doctor is not here yet?

I'll go get him.

Country doctors are so slow.

This town only has 5,000 people.

The doctor is here.

Please, this way.

Thank you for coming

so early in the morning.

- This is Dr. Minami.

- Hello.

- What's wrong with her?

- Please...

What's wrong with her?

It seems a sudden fever.

Nothing is wrong with me.

No, doctor.

She has a temperature of 39.8.

I'm going to examine her.

Take the futon off.

- No!

- Masako.

Masako, let him.

I don't want to!

- Lady...

- No, I don't want to.

I'll do it.

I need to go to the bathroom.

Who are those girls?

University students.

- From Tokyo.

- Really?

The owner is angry.

That Osen brought a sick girl here.

Does this happen to her often?

Yes.

She's always weak.

She often catches a cold.

Maybe because of the job

she had this summer.

Overwork.

It's a light pneumonia.

Am I dying?

Who?

You?

People don't die so easily.

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Heinosuke Gosho

Heinosuke Gosho (五所 平之助, Gosho Heinosuke, 24 January 1902 – 1 May 1981) was a Japanese film director who directed Japan's first talkie, The Neighbor's Wife and Mine, in 1931. He once served as president of the Directors Guild of Japan. more…

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