فيلم Fuchi ni tatsu

Fuchi ni tatsu

Fuchi ni tatsu is a movie starring Tadanobu Asano, Mariko Tsutsui, and Taiga Nakano. Toshio hires Yasaka in his workshop. This old acquaintance, who has just been released from prison, begins to meddle in Toshio's family life.

Other Titles
Harmonyum, Harmonium, Armoniu, Okaleczone, 淵に立つ, 临渊而立
Running Time
2 hours
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Kôji Fukada
Kôji Fukada
Momone Shinokawa, Taiga Nakano, Mariko Tsutsui, Tadanobu Asano
France, Japan
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Toshio hires Yasaka in his workshop. This old acquaintance, who has just been released from prison, begins to meddle in Toshio's family life.

Comments about drama «Fuchi ni tatsu» (20)

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Boris Valkovitch(played by Egor Dober) is a career police officer who comes into contact with a prostitute(played by Bibi Andersson) that brings the hard drug of opiates. All of the cop's suffer from an addiction and now of pills. The director Gabriele Foscarini displays a high production value that emphasizes the need of narcotic drugs to enjoy the life. Foscarini's film has been well received by the critics and other viewers because of its artistic qualities. Foscarini's film "Mente zapos" stands out from the other films on drug addiction and shows that the drug is a part of human nature. The film can be seen by anyone. "Mente zapos" shows the truth behind the drug and its effect on the human race.

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Its' a shame that Japanese cinema doesn't get the recognition it deserves, despite the handful of excellent films that have been released. Its' a shame, because the Japanese work on film is very unique, and with a few exceptions, are totally unequalled. They tend to give a good life to characters that are to some extent insignificant, and to the viewing audience, the sense of the film is not conveyed. 'Etoko', however, is one of those exceptions, and as such, is one of the most impressive films of recent Japanese cinema. The story is excellent, and tells of a widow who takes a few days off to visit her kids in a nice small Japanese town. There, she meets a young woman, who is an incredible performer. They then gradually become closer and find that they are not as different as the widow would like to believe. The film is shot in a way that is very beautiful. The landscapes are sublime, and make the experience of the film a very beautiful one. The director, Takashi Miike, keeps the camera moving through the towns and gardens, and of course, at some point, it becomes a little bit claustrophobic. I think Miike is most famous for the punk rock music he uses in the film, but for me, it was the use of the landscape and of the light that fascinated me. The images were expressive, and the use of it was very well executed. 'Etoko' may not be Miike's masterpiece, but as a film, it is an outstanding one. It may not be Miike's best film, but it is very good.

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I love this movie. It is a wonderful film to watch. I am so glad I have a VCR for this movie. I've been a fan of Japan for years and this is my favorite Japanese film. This is an intense, amazing film that has many "wow" moments. To me, this is the quintessential Japanese film that you have to see at least once in your life. I can't think of a film that is so satisfying to watch. It's wonderful. I have seen it many, many times and will continue to watch it. It is not boring, just intense. I love every minute of this film.

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Amber J.

.I really enjoyed this movie. Not necessarily a good movie, but a good film with some very unique viewpoints, good dialogue, and great acting. It could be so easily labeled a "feel-good" film, but the fact is that it is not. I really liked how the movie didn't go for the obvious happy ending. The only real "win" for this film is that it gives some insight into the type of people who are addicted to drugs, both the "clean" drug users and the "dirty" drug users. You can't really tell who's who. There is a small factor in this movie that made me think of a Korean film called "A Gentleman's Game", but then I realized it was a different film. The two films are very different in style, but they have the same underlying message. I believe that all of the Korean films I have seen have had an underlying message, some sort of message, but this one is unique in a different way. I will tell you more in a second. The acting, photography, and dialog are all good, but I would say it is not up to par with Japanese films. I would compare it to a European film, which is hard to do, but I think this is still a really good film.

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This movie is not of the same calibre as many of the Takashi Miike's works, although the same kind of themes and characters are present in both his and Takeshi Kitano's films. The story is about a group of friends who spend their nights around a dying family, which eventually gets kidnapped by a group of criminals. This trio are the killers and they kidnap Yuki, a 15-year-old girl, who is not popular with the criminal group. I found the film to be much more of a drama than the usual films Miike make, and I found the characters to be more complex and interesting than in many of his films. The story is full of nuances and I liked the development of their relationships with each other, especially between the father and daughter, Yuki and Hiroko. The film is also about a family, of sorts, and not just a gang of delinquents, although the main characters of the movie are the gang and their families, but also the police. The film has some excellent sequences, such as the kidnapping of Yuki, but the ending of the film is somewhat disappointing. The film is quite a tragic film, in which Hiroko is abducted by the criminals and murdered, which I did not find that surprising. I do not like sad endings and this was a sad ending for the main characters. Nevertheless, I recommend this film to anyone who is a fan of Miike's films or wants to see some of his other films. This film is very different from most of Miike's films and therefore I am glad that it was directed by Takeshi Kitano.

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I'm not particularly a fan of Japanese films, so I've never heard of this film. But when I saw it, I was surprised at the powerful acting in it. I must say it is rare to see so powerful acting, especially in such a serious film. I don't know the director, so maybe there are other things I missed here. Anyway, I loved this film. The plot is simple: Two members of a famous B-movie (but not famous enough for this) film team break the law by attempting to film some snuff movies. The movie's plot line is really simple. I really didn't feel like I needed to get into details. I just couldn't get into the plot too much. But I found it quite captivating. The film is a really good mixture of drama and action, and I really enjoyed it. It was really refreshing to see such a good action film without Hollywood influences. I felt like I was actually watching a Japanese film, and not a American one. The directing is also really good. I really liked the way the film was shot and filmed. The camerawork was really good. I also really liked the plot. It was a good plot. It had all the right elements, and I think it was really good. It wasn't completely original, but it wasn't bad either. The best thing about the film was the acting. The acting was very good. It was quite rare to see a film that had such good acting. I didn't like the characters, but I liked the actors anyway. The characters were all really interesting. The main characters were interesting, and I really liked them. I really liked the chemistry between them. I really loved the way they acted. The audience also really liked the actors, and I was surprised how good they were. They really brought it up to the occasion. And the pacing was good too. I didn't like the action scenes, but I found them quite interesting. I also liked the relationship between the characters. It was simple, but quite interesting. And the acting was really good, it was really good. I really liked the film, and I really recommend it.

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It's not too hard to understand why this film is dismissed as a masterpiece by critics, as this film contains the typical English phrase "The story is not very special", which for me meant that the film was mediocre at best. But then I realized that this is the only film that is so special, and there are some nice scenes and some interesting actors. There are some scenes in the film that are not very sophisticated, but if you are looking for a film with a few interesting scenes this isn't the film for you. This film may have the worst continuity and has the most cliche characters, but it still has an interesting script and great performances. The film is not a masterpiece, but it has many wonderful scenes and is definitely worth a watch.

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It has been said that "people want to see something in cinema which goes beyond their limit." That is exactly what this film is about. It goes beyond your limit, but it doesn't matter. At least you have been beaten by the visuals. It is a metaphor for the conflict that you cannot get away from. You have to face the characters face to face. This film doesn't let you escape from it. The camera does not move. It shows you what you are trying to see. The characters are very interesting and very real. They are very different and very powerful. They are all so different. They could all be there, but they don't know what is important. They are all different. They are all trying to find meaning to their lives. The movie is very slow and it makes you think about how people are suffering, how they are lost and how no one seems to care about them. So it is very hard to understand how one person can change the whole life of another. It is very hard to understand the life of the other. But the actors are very good. The director has a very strong presence. He keeps you interested. There are many topics that you are watching. But in the end you will probably understand the meaning of the whole film. This is a movie that you should watch. It is very different, but not for the wrong reasons.

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Crystal P.

This film comes to us from the Italian equivalent of the British Film Board, who have taken great care in making sure that this film is given to the market in an appropriate manner. But we don't like the Hollywood technique of finding any film out there that has its problems, so we have to be extremely cautious to get the proper people involved. While it has a slightly similar production value to the original film, the cast do a good job of bringing the story together to make a good film. In the same manner as Goliath and the Coral Sea, we had a British cast with American accents but when that production team had someone to direct the film, they couldn't have picked a better choice for the roles, John Hurt for the film, the only other known cast member was played by Michael Gambon, the role he was given wasn't suited to his abilities. So we had the British cast and the American cast, working very well together. This brings us to the point of the film, its the end of a trilogy of film by Kubrick and Oskar for the duo, it would have been impossible to make a good film if they had made the film in another format. The reason I like this film so much is because it doesn't try to be anything other than it is, a good film. It shows us why the film was made and what its intentions were in the first place. Kubrick does a great job of making us understand that it's a movie, a movie that tells a story and goes through various points in it's story, in a way that the audience can understand that Kubrick was trying to express the characters emotions in a good way. The ending of the film is quite emotional and it does show how the character of the film feels. The ending makes you want to watch the movie again, as it shows the way the characters go through their emotions. This is the best aspect of this film, that you can clearly see how the film is supposed to end. Kubrick used a lot of symbolism in this film and it is obvious from the beginning of the film. The symbolism is not really important, it is the way the characters are able to deal with their emotions that is important. What you see is the way the characters really are and the way that they react to their situation, it is the way that Kubrick can express them, and in that way he shows the relationship between the characters. The film has three different types of subjects, war, death, and love. They are all represented through a different film and they all act as the movie allows. The film has two different endings, one is the one that Kubrick chose, the other is the ending that the audience will get to see. The ending that the audience will get to see is not necessarily the best ending, as they could have chosen the ending that Kubrick chose, however it still shows a good ending. The film itself is a drama, it goes through various things and is a drama that is different from the other films. The problem with the film is that it isn't as well made as it could have been, the film could have used some more camerawork, the film could have used a bigger budget to give the film a better look, it is a pity because this film is better than the first film. I did like the cinematography in this film, it was good, and the film was very well shot and they did show a lot of emotion from the characters through the camerawork, which made the film seem more real. Overall, the film is good, but it could have been better, as it could have had a better final ending. I have seen this film at least three times and it has always been

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Randy Ryan

Another surprise of the season. This one is not very complex, but it keeps the viewer interested and attentive throughout the movie. The story is very simple. Two teenagers break up over an affair. They are rehashed in this movie. However, there is not that many new twists here. Still, the story is very interesting. The characters are more than satisfactory. The story doesn't rely on that much in the story telling. It is more about the relationships between these two teenagers, about their growing relationship. The actors do a great job. I liked the way the movie told it's story. A director should know how to tell a story. I can't think of any other film that has managed that well. Overall, I think this is a great film. It's a bit predictable, but still very good.

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Hannah Johnston

It's a shame that there are so many people that just cannot admit to love. It seems that Japan doesn't know when it should be open to marriage, but when it comes to love we take it for granted. This is especially true with those who are separated. Many young men fall in love with their neighbor's wife and everything works out just fine. For this reason many people have doubts. Others are so poor that they have no financial or social status and yet they have no problems accepting the infidelity. It's a shame that people's minds don't keep up with the time. When you live so far apart, you don't know if it's time to see if you're in love. Once you find out, you'll be open to other ideas. Yet, when you have to do something and you don't know when, you think that it's better to stay that way. For some people, their memories of marriage are in the form of an absolute rejection, and a sudden break-up. For others, their memories are mixed. Whatever the case may be, they know their relationship wasn't that bad.

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Randy J.

A master class of black comedy in the form of a biography film. A graduate of the Japanese Film Academy (and I'm assuming it too), Takashi Miike's "Gosaku" ("Death") is a feature length documentary exploring the life of a woman who simply wants to die. Every bit of the film is concerned with character study and story structure - until you're forced to look at that stunningly violent crime scene at the start of the film. "Gosaku" would be the perfect film to play in a dorm room - no matter what your history with film and cinema, you will immediately have a hard time not rolling your eyes at the way Miike conducts this all around research project. But the film is powerful because it so convincingly deals with the cultural undercurrents of Japan's paranoia, fear and the end of the "Golden Age" of the 50's and 60's. The film has no real direction in terms of plot - not even in terms of the sheer number of things it tries to discuss (such as "feudalism") or the focus (such as the breakdown of class distinction in Japan). But that doesn't mean the film is unoriginal. It is undoubtedly Miike's most ambitious film to date - he uses the same formal techniques that brought us one of my all time favourite movies: Ulysses. At times, he even brings to life the characters that were made for his film - especially as a silent character voiced by Akira Ifukube (who plays the part of the "wicked" scientist). A key factor in how this film hits you is the way Miike walks us through the moral ambiguity of death. The film is heavily allegorical and explores issues such as morality and the afterlife, which have been a hot topic in Japanese cinema for a long time (both in terms of "fear" and "satan"). And, again, this is about as far as I can bring myself to explain it - it's definitely worth a watch, but if you're expecting a classic in the genre I recommend "Yi tuo zi yi" (Blood and Black Lace). I felt that the film was much better for Miike's "death" thesis than his "love" thesis, because it showed us the non-committal side of the protagonist. It gives us a sense of how people react to death in Japanese culture - and how its disappearance is often accompanied by an emotional outpouring. Still, it's a very troubling subject that Miike deals with with his narrative voice-over. If this film would have stayed like this, it would probably have become an instant classic, a film that everyone will be talking about for years to come. But at the same time, the film does ask an interesting question - namely, how does one reconcile with their death. One of the most poignant moments in the film is when the protagonist is breaking down after the death of her mother - she cries, she weeps, she talks about her mother and how she was destroyed by her death, and then she says, "I'll never forget." Her tears serve to symbolize that they're dying, and that she has no idea what she's going to do - she just knows that the door is open, but the people who have stood by her side in this crisis seem to be gone. The real emotional impact comes from the fact that Miike doesn't just handle the existential questions he raises - he also manages to bring to life the very act of dying. Of course, the majority of people may find it hard to watch. But if you do, you'll be able to identify with the protagonists, who as I said, are

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Most people probably remember what it was like to see "Ishtar" for the first time, just after the death of his wife, who had him in a serious vegetative state. Now, finally, in English, a movie from the director of "E" is being released, "Ishtar's Echo" - this time about a woman and her pregnancy. "Ishtar" tells a true story, about a man who was a "widow" who gave birth to a son, but left his wife, for a new woman in the family. We see how she tries to manage everything for the baby and how her husband, in order to save his own reputation, takes the child to a different doctor. We see how the father-in-law takes out the baby to Japan, a country that he knows very little about. The movie has a lot of plot twists, and makes you think about all the things you have seen and heard about the film. Most people have heard of this movie, but have never seen it, and you shouldn't either. The movie is worth seeing, even if you've heard about it.

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Nathan Guerrero

If you like this film, you might also like "The Silence of the Lambs" and "Eyes Wide Shut". The plot for "Chi to kasetsu" is very similar to those films, but with many differences. The main difference between the two is that this film is a much darker film than the former films were, so I would recommend not watching "Eyes Wide Shut" before watching "Chi to kasetsu" because you will definitely be more depressed afterwards.

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I love this movie. The characters are interesting and the storyline is great. It is definitely a movie for young adults. I think that it is a Japanese movie, it's set in Okinawa, but it has a romantic quality to it. I think it should be a much better movie. If you are going to see it, just keep in mind that it is rated G-13. However, if you want to see it as a movie to watch with your friends, you should give it a chance.

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The movie tells the story of a suicide victim, Akihiro who wants to go to work at the same day as his brother's funeral. He hates his job and the unrequited love in his life is the only thing he can remember, he loves his sister but no one seems to love her. Then when his brother's funeral is coming up, he suddenly finds an unexpected visitor. The movie has great imagery. I would not say that it is the best movie, but the visuals are really good and they are totally disturbing. As a person who did not watch all of the Akira films, I have to say that I was shocked by the imagery. I would recommend this movie to anyone. It is definitely one of the best movies of 2009 and worth a watch. *1/2 out of *

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Kathleen Jensen

The audience can't help to be swept away when Chihiro decides to do a surprise dance on stage. Everything is going so well until she spots her husband - something she couldn't see when she was in the household. The problem is, he is not his usual self, and a lot of troubles follow. If Chihiro would have stayed silent in the face of all the conflicts, she would never have become an artist. The transition from her first years in a musicals school to her marriage is clearly seen. Her family is taken for a ride by her father. Although it does not change her determination, Chihiro's new step and even her music become disconcerting. In the end, the whole family is suffering from her situation. As a film, The Promise is superb. A story of the triumph of love over expectations, it has a strong emotional impact. It is a great film, that could have been done much better. But the film itself is still a masterpiece. It is a great film, and deserves to be appreciated. And I am glad to see that it was given the place it deserves in this very public forum.

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Aaron O.

I really liked this film because of the classical and innovative use of interwoven scenes.The story was very simple but well executed, and the direction and the acting were excellent, but I liked that it went through the motions and never explained the whole story.The dialogs were also well done, and I liked the acting, specially Aoi Kusakabe.I like how everything is shown in this story, so we don't have to think too much about the story.I also liked the language because I don't speak Japanese.I recommend this movie for those who like an interesting film about the Japanese of WWII, or to learn some Japanese and become a better viewer.See it if you want to learn something about the history of Japan.

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Ralph Hawkins

I watched this movie for the first time as a guest of a movie club. It was a perfect pairing of two disciplines, and I found it an extremely moving piece of work. The story is not a typical foreign film, it is somewhat unusual but works out well. The cinematography, costume design and production are all very good, and the editing is smooth and full of style. The movie is about a girl in Japan who has been living with her father, and a man in Japan who is starting a new job. He falls in love with the girl, and goes out to find her. They are on the move all the time and nothing is perfect. You find yourself rooting for the couple, you find yourself confused when they don't meet, and you also find yourself a little bored. And, of course, there is the final resolution. I highly recommend this film to anyone.

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I've never seen an adaptation of a novel, but the images and thoughts from a novel are the stuff of beautiful artistic images. I love to see how the book portrays the characters. If you enjoy that, watch this movie. If you hate the book, I understand. For me, this is a must watch.