Double Suicide

Double Suicide

Set in Osaka in the 18th century, the film centers on the doomed romance between Jihei (Kichiemon Nakamura), a down and out married paper merchant passionately in love with doe-eyed courtesan Koharu (Shima Iwashita), whom he cannot afford to buy out of servitude. Koharu herself has also fallen in love with Jihei; she even starts turning away other patrons to be with him. Their love is further imperiled by Tahei (Hosei Komatsu), a rich, obnoxious merchant who flaunts his ability to buy Koharu's indenture. Suicide is the only way for the two to be together.

In 18th Century in Japan, the paper merchant Jihei (Kichiemon Nakamura) falls in love for the courtesan Koharu (Shima Iwashita), but he can not afford to redeem her from her master and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mr D (au) wrote: paranormalfoundfootagexploitation

Max V (us) wrote: Top 3 worst Marvel Studios movie.

Molly T (us) wrote: I have loved this movie since it came out, I think it's a wonderful adaptation of Thackeray's work. I happened to catch this on tv last night, the first time I'd seen it in a couple of years and it still wows me. Today I found the alternate ending, which really kind of changes the movie a bit.. it definitely redeems Becky's character some. I had wondered why Robert Pattison was listed as a cast member in the credits well that's why, he played her son as an adult in the cut scene. If you're a fan of the movie, check out the alt ending on youtube. If you haven't seen the movie, and you enjoy period pieces like I do, then give it a watch.

Daniel E M (nl) wrote: An obvious rip-off of E.T. that embodies nothing that that film did. It has no magic, no good acting, and barely any entertainment value. The aliens look like Yoda's inbred cousins, who drink Coca-Cola to stay alive who also love skittles and french fries. The only thing notable about this dreck is that Ronald McDonald made his film debut.

Jim F (gb) wrote: Oooh, this looks dated. The choryographered fight scenes look painfully slow. The explosions appeared random at their sources. When I was young there was a small element of competition regarding which kung-fu movies where the best between Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris. I cannot see what it was all about. Bruce Lee was the real deal, whereas Norris looked like a fat headed American dressed in Thai fisherman's pants.

shelly b (nl) wrote: was a bit disappointed with this one

Garrett A (au) wrote: A dark comedy slasher remake of the 1983 film 'House on Sorority Row'. Off the bat, rubs people the wrong way being a dark comedy, slasher and a remake. While destined to be a failure, if you go in without any expectations or bias it'll surprise you. Leah Pipes steals the scene as the HBIC Jessica. Yes, she is horrible. Yes, the stuff that comes out of her mouth will rub people the wrong way. This movie isn't trying to be anything more than it is, a fun slasher flick with a hot cast and high body count.

Matthew T (ca) wrote: Yeah, alright and a little different with some sweet moments and good performances.

CarlMichael H (fr) wrote: Was looking forward to watching this, as it had so much potential and I thought I would ignore the reviews.But, I was wrong, it had some funny parts and some enjoyable parts, but the main character was just so stupid. How could anyone mess up that badly? If I had those powers and truly could do absolutely anything, I would unstoppable.