Riyo, an orphaned 17-year old, sails from Yokohama to Hawaii in 1918 to marry Matsuji, a man she has never met. Hoping to escape a troubled past and start anew, Riyo is bitterly disappointed upon her arrival: her husband is twice her age. The miserable girl finds solace with her new friend Kana, a young mother who helps Riyo accept her new life.
- Stars:Yûki Kudô, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Tamlyn Tomita, Akira Takayama, Yôko Sugi, Christianne Mays, Toshirô Mifune, Michael Ashby, James Grant Benton, Glenn Cannon, Lito Capiña, Peter Clark, Warren Fabro, Michael Hasegawa, Kyle Kakuno,
- Country:Japan, USA
- Director:Kayo Hatta,
- Writer:Kayo Hatta (screenplay), Kayo Hatta (story), Mari Hatta (screenplay), Mari Hatta (story), Diane Mei Lin Mark (story)
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(ru) wrote: Just the dumbest movie ever. The movie is about as stupid as the real cast of Jersey Shore.
(jp) wrote: Completely unfunny and stupid.
(fr) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(mx) wrote: A winning coming-of-ager.
(jp) wrote: Full of watery blood, disintegrating faces and eye-gauging goofiness, this Lucio Fulci favourite is a sloppy reminder of the bygone days of old B-movie gore. In typical Fulci fashion, the movie makes no sense whatsoever, and is watchable solely for its second rate special effects and nothing more. In fact, on a technical level, The Beyond is abysmal, loaded with garish double (and sometimes treble) takes, wandering frames and a soundtrack which quite frankly has a mind of its own. Redeeming factors lie in slightly superior dubbing to your average Fulci feature, genuine ickiness and an embarrassing face-chewing spider sequence that can only be described as a must-see scene. Ridiculous rubber-limbed fun.
(gb) wrote: Lots of wit in black and white glory. Even though it was made in the 80s, it feels like something made from classic hollywood cinema.
(jp) wrote: "Hardly worth watching" The Original film "Funny Girl" is far superior to this. I don't think they should have made a sequel. I liked Barbara when she was just starting out and this film does not live up to being a sequel. Rather dull and at the time when this came to the box office in 1975 "musicals" themselves were not a hit.
(jp) wrote: Love all Black Exploitation movies! Nothing like the good ole classics!
(it) wrote: Gorgeous cinematography is the star of this effective and eerily mystery.
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(jp) wrote: High melodrama, but I was happily along for the ride. Lots of wonderful stars to enjoy, including a baby faced Ann Miller. A concise, engaging plot. Definitely a rewatchable movie for me.