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Austin almost 4 years ago
This movie is fucking amazing. There's nothing else like it.
Annisa Nurma Indriyani 4 years ago
Durasinya kelamaan. :(
Katherine Shaw almost 6 years ago
Ghost stories: The Black Hair, The Woman of The Snow, Hoichi, In a Cup of Tea, all good
Sina Bakhshandeh over 3 years ago
Rosalio Galvan over 3 years ago
Eric almost 5 years ago
José Ramón Ibar Celda almost 8 years ago
Kwaidan (怪談, Kaidan) is a 1964 Japanese portmanteau film directed by Masaki Kobayashi; the title means 'ghost story'. It is based on stories from Lafcadio Hearn's collections of Japanese folk tales. The film consists of four separate and unrelated stories. Kwaidan is the archaic transliteration of Kaidan, meaning "ghost story". It won the Special Jury Prize at the 1965 Cannes Film Festival, and received an Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. "The Black Hair" was adapted from "The Reconciliation", which appeared in Hearn's collection Shadowings (1900). A man living in Kyoto divorces his wife, a weaver, for another woman, in order to attain greater social status. The marriage is unhappy, and his wife expels him from their home. He returns to his first wife, who readily accepts him, but later he discovers her to be no more than clothing, hair and a skull. "The Woman of the Snow" is adapted from Hearn's Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things (1903). It depicts...
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