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Sina Bakhshandeh over 3 years ago
The Quiet Duel (静かなる決闘, Shizukanaru Ketto) is a 1949 Japanese film directed by Akira Kurosawa. Toshirō Mifune plays a young idealistic doctor who works at his father's (Takashi Shimura) clinic in a small and seedy district. During the war, he contracts syphilis from the blood of a patient when he cuts himself during an operation. Treating himself in secret and tormented by his conscience, he rejects his heartbroken fiancée without explanation. The Quiet Duel was released on DVD in the US by BCI Eclipse, as the first title in their "Director's Series".
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