Woman in the Mist (Oboroyo no onna) (1936)

Heinosuke Gosho has a unique way of presenting in “Woman in the Mist” that a person should not be judged only by one action. His characters may on one hand be bad, sly, cowards, pusillanimous but on the other hand generous, kind, gracious, loving and forgiving. It is a film with a simple story which says a lot about the human soul.

My rating: 07/10

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