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In a time of continuous civil wars ravaging the fields of feudal Japan, the eldest son of a very poor peasant family, living alongside the bridge over the Fuefuki river, decides to serve a warlord to escape his miserable condition, being soon followed by his younger brothers. Although not all the men of the family take this tragic path of death, women of the family will be doomed to endure the pain of loss during the next five generations.

  1. Keisuke Kinoshita

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Shichirô Fukazawa

    Novel

Top Billed Cast

  1. Takahiro Tamura

    Takahiro Tamura

    Sadahei

  2. Hideko Takamine

    Hideko Takamine

    Okei

  3. Kôshirô Matsumoto

    Kôshirô Matsumoto

    Sozo, 1st son

  4. Kichiemon Nakamura

    Kichiemon Nakamura

    Yasuzo, 2nd son

  5. Shinji Tanaka

    Heikichi, 3rd son

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The River Fuefuki
The River Fuefuki

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Original Title 笛吹川

Status Released

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  • October 19, 1960
    Theatrical

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Original Language Japanese

Runtime 1h 57m

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