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All Critics (11)
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The film is poorly directed, but it deals with a rare issue, picture brides circa 1918, and is made by an insider, an Asian-American, which is a plus.
Has a nifty swan song by the great Toshiro Mifune, but the rest of the film is pretty, underwritten snooze.
Sturdy story about the resilience of immigrants.
The characters are disarming and the film itself is quite engrossing.
The last time I saw this movie was a couple of months back, and the first was in high school. This is a tremendous movie! It details a life of a young Japanese woman who becomes a "picture bride" to a sugar-cane field worker in Hawaii. The movie details their arrangement, marriage, and life together. Tamlyn Tomita stars in this movie, and incredibly shines!
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