Stray Dog

Akira KUROSAWA, Japan, 1949

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Duration

123 Min.

Language

OV Japanese

Subtitles

german

Video Quality

720p

Available in

Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein

Summary

He is still young, the actor who should become known around the world with masterpieces like "Rashomon" or "The Seven Samurai". Here, Akira Kurosawa has created a thriller against the background of the recent and completely unprocessed Japanese war past, of which many of the characters, whether woman or man, talk. "Stray Dog" plays during the sultry hot summer in Tokyo in 1949.

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