Yokiro was the most successful Geisha house in Western Japan during the first half of the 20th century and remains open to this day. At its peak, it was home to over 200 geisha, however behind the fabulous facade, there were many battles - between family members, men and women, and with the Yakuza. Momokawa was sold to Yokiro at age 12, and despite being the top geisha, her many complicated relationships provide unending challenges throughout her glamorous but turbulent life.
- Stars:Jack Long, Yi-min Li, Mark Long, Jeanie Chang, Tien-chi Cheng, Hou Tao Hsiao, Ken Ogata, Kimiko Ikegami, Atsuko Asano, Mitsuko Baishô, Morio Kazama, Akiko Kana, Mikio Narita, Asao Koike, Sayoko Ninomiya, Kazuo Kitamura, Meichô Soganoya, Tetsurô Tanba, Ren Tamura, Fumiko Ajiki, Katsutoshi Akiyama,
- Director:Hideo Gosha,
- Writer:Tomiko Miyao (novel), Kôji Takada
1933. 20 years before, Katsuzo was in love with a geisha who gave him a daughter. They tried to run away together but they were caught and the woman was killed under his eyes. Now he is a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Geisha torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Definitely hasn't aged well ... but Ron Silver is good. The final line is brilliant!
(br) wrote: Biased. Need I say more?
(de) wrote: La fin est decevante.
(de) wrote: The Square is more likely reminds me of Take Shelter but in a other way around. The story is about this guy Yale a constructor and a family guy, having an affair on this Carla and there you go. The first part of the story is a problem itself, though I've seen this kind of film before, I'm thinking it could have better deliverance, a better ending which it could have been satisfying, it just lacks charisma. A very good thriller flick to watch anyways.
(ca) wrote: Interesting little doc about criticism in showbiz... worth an hour of your time.
(ru) wrote: A bogus movie with the beautiful atmosphere,,
(jp) wrote: A company of wayward saints
(au) wrote: Maggie Smith shines as the larger than life Aunt.
(mx) wrote: There wasn't much plot until the last 30 minutes or so, but it was still pretty entertaining throughout.
(mx) wrote: Not a good movie for Ashton