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The Revolt

The Revolt

Jan 15, 1980 150 Min.
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When a young soldier is killed while trying to prevent his younger sister, Kaoru, from being sold into a life of prostitution, his commander, Col. Miyagi, tries to honor his dying wish to rescue his sister. Upon finding Kaoru at a party working as a geisha and later rescuing her from committing suicide, Col. Miyagi allows her to move in with him. Over time, the two grow close, but in spite of Kaoru’s growing feelings for him, Col. Miyagi is unable to bring himself to return her love. On the night of his deployment to war, Col. Miyagi finally admits his feelings for Kaoru, but will they ever be able to enjoy a peaceful life together now that a very violent and bloody military revolt is under way…

The Revolt
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IMDb Rating 7,0 21 votes

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  • Asuka June 3, 2018 Reply

    The Revolt (1980) Dôran 動乱

    The Revolt is a 1980 Japanese film directed by Shirô Moritani. The film was nominated for five Japanese Academy Awards, including a win for Ken Takakura (Rest in peace) for the Best Actor award.

    Shirô Moritani should be a name Japanese film fans should know. He started his career as assistant director for Akira Kurosawa, including credits for Red Beard (1965), High and Low (1963), Yojimbo (1961) and The Bad Sleep Well (1960). Later he made his own films including Take Care Red Riding Hood (1970) (I uploaded this one here), Mount Hakkoda (1977) and Tidal Wave (1973). He’s a great director, and this film is worth watching as it is one of his few films available. The other reason is because it is a great film.

    The English subs are muxed in the rip.

    Credits to killnill for the rip and Avallach for the subs.

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