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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

A Woman's Sorrows (1937) DVD-R

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Starring Takako Irie, Hideo Saeki, Heihachirô Ôkawa, Chizuko Kanda, Ranko Sawa

Directed by Mikio Naruse

Language: Japanese w/ English subtitles

Print: Black and White

Runtime:74 min

Genre: Drama



The film follows Hiroko as she struggles to transition to married and/or city life. This is no fault of her own, however. Despite the initial positive response she gets from her husband, the arranged marriage turns into something of a disaster. She seldom receives any affection and her husband depends on her most to serve and entertain any guests he might invite over. She quickly realizes how poorly she’s being treated but no one is open to listening with the exception of her cousin Ryosuke, who seems like the ideal partner now that she is trapped in a loveless marriage.

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Starring Takako Irie, Hideo Saeki, Heihachirô Ôkawa, Chizuko Kanda, Ranko Sawa
Directed by Mikio Naruse
Language: Japanese w/ English subtitles
Print: Black and White
Runtime:74 min
Genre: Drama

The film follows Hiroko as she struggles to transition to married and/or city life. This is no fault of her own, however. Despite the initial positive response she gets from her husband, the arranged marriage turns into something of a disaster. She seldom receives any affection and her husband depends on her most to serve and entertain any guests he might invite over. She quickly realizes how poorly she’s being treated but no one is open to listening with the exception of her cousin Ryosuke, who seems like the ideal partner now that she is trapped in a loveless marriage.

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