Kon Ichikawa – Biruma no tategoto aka The Burmese harp (1956)

Captain Inouye is a music lover and he taught his unit to sing. One of his soldiers, Mizushima, learned to play harp to accompany the chorus of his comrades, discovering a gift unknown to himself before war. The music will save the company when Japan surrenders but now the country and its soldiers has to split his spirit in two: either accept, either refuse… either live, either die… but the film finds even more subtle separations, as if receiving like the burman soil it begins and ends with all the scars and tugs of postwar Japan.

1.79GB | 1h 56m | 680×510 | mkv

https://nitroflare.com/view/F2D9BA44F01BB2C/Biruma_no_tategoto__The_Burmese_harp__-_Kon_Ichikawa_(1956).mkv
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https://nitroflare.com/view/23F0C405867D1A8/Biruma_no_tategoto__The_Burmese_harp__-_Kon_Ichikawa_(1956).part1.rar
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Language:Japanese
Subtitles:English

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