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This ethereal montage of still images with darkly somber undertones, Yunbogi’s Diary is based on photographs that Oshima took during his two-month research trip to South Korea in 1965, during which he was haunted by his encounters with impoverished street children in Seoul. The voiceover comprises diary entries from a six-year-old Korean boy, and Oshima’s own reflections on Japanese-Korean relations, a controversial subject that he revisited in his later films Sing a Song of Sex and Death by Hanging.

  1. Nagisa Ōshima

    Director, Writer

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  1. Hôsei Komatsu

    Hôsei Komatsu

    (voice)

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Diary of Yunbogi

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Original Title ユンボギの日記

Status Released

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  • December 11, 1965
    Theatrical

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Original Language Japanese

Runtime 0h 24m

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