No Regrets for Our Youth

Directed by Akira Kurosawa

1946

No Regrets for Our Youth is a Japanese language drama based on the Takigawa Incident of 1933. No Regrets for Our Youth, directed by Kurosawa only a few years before many of his better known (and better) films, is in some ways more interesting as historical artifact than film. Sometimes didactic and sometimes melodramatic, No Regrets for Our Youth, while at times frustrating, is still ultimately effective.

Would see.

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One thought on “No Regrets for Our Youth

  1. I agree that it is a frustrating movie at many points. The characters were not as well developed as I would have liked. However, it seems to improve over the duration.

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