Floating Clouds

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A woman struggles for happiness despite the betrayals of her lover.

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Masayuki Mori
Kengo Tomioka

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  • Aug 18, 2011
    Takamine's flawless performance enlightens Naruse's most celebrated melodrama in Japan alongside Ozu's <i>Tokyo Monogatari</i> (1953). Here we encounter two confused souls: one who cannot accept what he is and thus encapsulates his persona in false escapisms including infidelity and sex; the other one, a beautiful rose completely governed by her emotions, inevitably leading her to irrationality and irresponsibility. <i>"The life of the flower is very short. That is why it should be appreciated immediately."</i> A powerful lesson for men even today. 99/100
    Edgar C Super Reviewer
  • May 10, 2011
    Melodrama with very rare sensibility and tremendously affecting performances.
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