The Heart

The Heart

Kon Ichikawa's rich adaptation of Natsume Soseki's classic novel depicts a complex relationship between a student and an older man he calls "sensei." The older man's relations with his wife seems curiously strained to the student. When the boy goes to the country to tend to his dying father, he learns that "sensei" committed suicide. A letter reveals that the older man never recovered from an incident that occurred during his student days.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:120 minutes
  • Release:1955
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

Kon Ichikawa's rich adaptation of Natsume Soseki's classic novel depicts a complex relationship between a student and an older man he calls "sensei." The older man's relations with his wife seems curiously strained to the student. When the boy goes to the country to tend to his dying father, he learns that "sensei" committed suicide. A letter reveals that the older man never recovered from an incident that occurred during his student days. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sawyer W (ca) wrote: Very odd but pretty good.

Marguerite N (kr) wrote: Honestly, painful. Wish I could wake up in the morning having forgotten I wasted my evening watching this movie, but with a post-it telling me to never, ever, watch it. Dreadful. Just watch 50 first dates instead!

K M (it) wrote: I question both the mind that conceived this was a good idea, and the person who funded that idea. Hopefully it was the same person. It's like the muppet babies went urban: Completely laughable and absolutely untenable.While I understand this is intended for kids...I would never subject them to such a thing. Sniffing glue would kill less brain cells.

charles b (kr) wrote: Veering from his typical editing style, Inarritu takes an (almost) linear approach to telling this hauntingly visual masterpiece; his most intimate film to date. The story is slow at parts and overall could be cut down, but that said, no other director, beside Terrance Malick, can capture the beauty of detail like Inarritu.

victor l (fr) wrote: :rotten: [b][i]Call me "Malinchista" (yup, I'm mexican) but I can't stand the contemporary mexican cinema for many reasons: first, the stories show the worst of mexican society, brainless people star these movies; second, the screenplays are full of bad words and lots of unpolite dialogues that make me feel mad and ashamed; third, these productions hire awful actors taken from "telenovelas" that make audiences think they are still watching a soap opera... movies are shorter, thank goodness and finally, most of these movies have awful technical values: terrible cinematography, confusing edition, 0 creativity, bad directors. This film sucks, I'm giving it a "1" because Paquita la del Barrio made me laugh the disgusting and vulgar song "Rata de Dos Patas". I'm sorry but I honestly think Mexico has much better things to show about our culture to the entire world and I confirm my statement: Almost nobody knows how to make pictures in Mexico.[/i][/b]

david v (de) wrote: I AM THE DUKE OF DENMARK;COMING NEARBY TO GRATIFY YOU;PROCESSIONS SUCCEEDING;PREDECESSORS PRECEDING;SPECTATORS EXCEEDING THE LIMITATIONS;PEOPLE CROSSING THE BOUNDARIES;ANGELS STARING AT ME;MY PROVINCE ATTAINS SUFFICIENT RAIN;MY LANDSCAPE RETAINS EFFICIENT GRAINS;PLEASURE EVERYWHERE PERSIST;PRESSURE NOWHERE EXIST;ENTER INTO MY PROVINCE;ENTRY NOT RESTRICTED;ENTRANCE NOT CONSTRICTED.

Alan V (br) wrote: Slight, but good fun.

Dennis S (de) wrote: BORING AS HELL! It's no surprise thatn Affleck and Paltrow Broke up-

Jose Miguel G (kr) wrote: With exquisite art direction, astonishing performances and a huge respect for the subject its treating, Amadeus can crown itself as one of the best biopics ever made, and one of Milos Forman's best works.

Ben B (jp) wrote: Jack Nicholson directs this 1978 western comedy about an outlaw gets some last rights at the noose. Just before he get's hung, the executioner asks if there is anyone in the crowd to whom he's about to get married, because if so, he would not be hanged, but allowed to be married to his wife. Of course, being the moral person that she is, Mary Steenburgen steps forward and claims him as her soon to be husband. After getting married, Nicholson thinks he's off the hook and can go back to being an outlaw. Unfortunately for him, Steernburgen is a strict wife and sees to it that her husband works for him on her land. The outlaw quickly finds out that the land is worth a little more than what meets the eye. The movie is a quaint one about marriage and love, good and evil and blur that often occurs between the two. It was humorous at times, really odd at others and overall was an interesting film, if not much like a western.

Tim S (nl) wrote: A bonafied classic. John Ford's wonderful look at Wyatt Earp and the shootout at the O.K. Corral is as gorgeously filmed as it is entertaining.

Jamie J (ru) wrote: wow, this is a bare bones revenge thriller that totally works. violent raw and gritty with a very vulnerable and human protagonist at its core. this is one of those hidden gems I can't recommend enough.

Ellie W (ca) wrote: Griffin's script is fresh, but falls just short of being good. It is flawed and far fetched, lacking style and fluidity whilst trying to be too many things instead of only itself. The cinematic elements are, in some parts, well crafted but as a whole, just don't work together. The cinematography proves to be quirky with clever use of representation of the story, however this becomes completely diminished by the use of unnecessary rapid zoom ins. They make me extremely uncomfortable. The soundtrack and sound design are much the same, proving to be far too much and hence, tacky and lacking finesse. Potbrings us from 'Mozart' to 'Meatloaf' as I break into a cold sweat, unsure of exactly how to feel about this film. The contrast between 'art house indie' and 'mainstream Hawaii 5-0' is just too much to me to follow.

Juli N (ca) wrote: This flicks a better sleep aid than Ambien!