Carmen kehrt heim

1951

Carmen Comes Home (カルメン故郷に帰る , Karumen kokyō ni kaeru) is a 1951 color Japanese film comedy directed by Keisuke Kinoshita. Filmed using Fujicolor, it was Japan's first domestic post-war color film. However due to printing costs and technical limitations at the time, a black and white version was also filmed, thus requiring actors and actresses re-performing scenes. In addition, most Japanese audiences saw the black and white version.

Recently, a digital restoration was carried out by IMAGICA with support from the Japan Foundation using an internegative color copy made by Shochiku from 1975. The restored film premiered at the 2012 Venice Film Festival.[2]

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Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:1951
weitere Titel:
Carmen revient au pays
Carmen Comes Home
カルメン故郷に帰る
Karmen se vraća kućish
Carmen Kokyō ni Kaeru
卡門回家zh-hant
卡门回家zh-cn zh-hans
Carmen kehrt heim
Кармен возвращается на родину
Genre:Musikfilm
Herstellungsland:Japan
Originalsprache:Japanisch
Farbe:Farbe
IMDB: 431
Offizielle Webseite:www.shochiku.co.jp
Regie:Keisuke Kinoshita
Masaki Kobayashi
Zenzo Matsuyama
Drehbuch:Keisuke Kinoshita
Produzent:Shōchiku
Darsteller:Hideko Takamine
Keiji Sada
Yuuko Mochizuki
Ryū Chishū
Eitaro Ozawa
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1952
Mainichi Film Concours
Mainichi Film Concours
Best Screenplay
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