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Sachiko Hidari

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Hidari is a versatile Japanese actress who has appeared in a variety of films. She has played everything from an innocent, idealistic young girl to a hardened woman struggling to survive in the scorched ruins of postwar Japan. In 1963 she was awarded the prestigious Best Actress Award at the Berlin Film Festival for her work in Kanojo to Kare, a film made by her former husband Susumu Hani. In 1977, Hidari directed her first feature film, Toi Ippon no Michi, which realistically chronicled the travails of working-class women. Such a portrayal of women is historically rare in Japanese film.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Jochukko (The Maid's Kid)
  • Actor
2012
No Score Yet Danryu (Warm Current)
  • Actor
2012
95% Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters
  • Osamu's Mother [Kyoko's House]
1985
71% Hadashi no Gen (Barefoot Gen)
  • Mother
1983
No Score Yet Under the Flag of the Rising Sun
  • Wife
1972
No Score Yet Kiga kaikyo (A Fugitive from the Past)
  • Actor
1965
86% Nippon konchuki (The Insect Woman)
  • Tome Matsuki
1963
No Score Yet She and He
  • Naoko
1963
No Score Yet Jokyo (A Woman's Testament)
  • Actor
1960
No Score Yet The Sun Legend Of The End Of The Tokugawa Era (Bakumatsu Taiyoden)
  • Actor
1957

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