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The Burmese Harp

3

The passing of wartime into peace...

Kon Ichikawa’s desolate, mournful meditation on the passing of wartime into peace is a standout even among the giants of ’50s Japanese cinema, exploring the search for redemption amid the Imperial Army’s surrender to the British.

This new transfer is good if not excellent and Tony Rayns’ introduction is great.

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