Biruma no tategoto1956
Directed by Kon Ichikawa, "Biruma no tategoto" (also known as "Harfe von Burma, Die", "Burmese Harp, The", "Freunde bis zum letzten") is a Drama/War film, released in the USA on April 28 of 1967 . Rentaro Mikuni and Shôji Yasui are starring, alongside Jun Hamamura, Hiroshi Tsuchikata, Sanpei Mine and Yoshiaki Kato.
Who directed "Biruma no tategoto":
Biruma no tategoto was directed by Kon Ichikawa, a Japanese director, writer, and producer.
Before Biruma no tategoto, Kon Ichikawa had directed . Since, he directed Enjo, released in 1958, Kagi (1959), Nobi (1959), Jokyo (1960), Toppo Jijo no botan senso (1967), and Biruma no tategoto (1985).
When was "Biruma no tategoto" released:
Biruma no tategoto was initally released in the United States on Friday, April 28, 1967.. This was fifty-two (52) years ago.
It has been released on Thursday, November 13, 1958 in Germany; Tuesday, August 28, 1956 in Italy; Friday, June 03, 1960 in Australia and on Saturday, January 21, 1956 in Japan.
Who is at the casting of "Biruma no tategoto":
At the casting of Biruma no tategoto we find Rentaro Mikuni, previously seen in ; Shôji Yasui (); Jun Hamamura () [ more... ]
- Yûnosuke Itô and Jun Hamamura, Tatsuya Mihashi also worked together in Tengoku to jigoku, released in 1963.
What is the Storyline of "Biruma no tategoto":
Private Mizushima, a Japanese soldier, becomes the harp (or) saung player of Captain In?ye's group, composed of soldiers who fight and sing to raise morale in World War II Burma Campaign. When they are offered shelter in a village, they eventually realize they are being watched by British soldiers. They successfully retrieve their ammunition, then see the advancing force. Firing is declined, however. They are later told that the Japanese surrender has occurred and they surrender.
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