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Miss Hokusai Collector's Edition [Dual Format] [Blu-ray]
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(Nov 14, 2016)
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Set in 1814 Edo (now known as Tokyo), a much accomplished artist of the time works tirelessly in his house-atelier. He is as short-tempered and sarcastic as he is brilliant, with no passion for money or meaningless pastimes like drinking. His name is Katsushika Hokusai and decades later his work would come to mesmerise Degas, Van Gogh, Monet, Klimt and Debussy.
But very few were aware of the woman who often painted for him while remaining uncredited. This is the untold story of O-Ei, Master Hokusais daughter, a free-spirited woman overshadowed by her larger-than-life father. She inherited both his stubbornness and his talent, and her art is so powerful that it leads her to trouble
The feature is presented in Japanese with English subtitles.
- Collector's Edition Packaging
- 120 minute making of Documentary
- Special Interview with Director Keiichi Hara
- Art Cards
- Art book
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There are a few ghost story elements in this, scary to no one but the Japanese. So nothing like Ringu.
This set comes in a beautiful slip cover, but the box itself is wood. The sliding cover is beautifully decorated.
The extras are excellent, and the artwork is exquisite. This is one of the best Collectors editions I've come across.
There isn't an English dub, you can have Japanese or French but there are English subs and that was good enough.
This is a beautiful film, a straight slice of life examining the life of O-Ei the daughter - one of two - of the painter who would be known as Hokusai. No mean hand with a brush herself! Nothing particularly exciting happens although there are scenes that might be interpreted as being from a painters internal thoughts...
The images are gentle and give an insight into pre-western influenced Japanese life.
Definitely one to see ... when your copy comes out
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