The Crimson Kimono

1959

The Crimson Kimono is a 1959 film noir directed by Samuel Fuller. The film stars James Shigeta, Glenn Corbett and Victoria Shaw.[1] It featured several ahead-of-its-time ideas about race and society's perception of race, a thematic and stylistic trademark of Fuller.

The film is about two cops, friends and Korean War veterans, Detective Joe Kojaku (James Shigeta) and Detective Sgt. Charlie Bancroft (Glenn Corbett), who attempt to solve the murder of a local entertainer. A love triangle soon develops between the two detectives and a key witness, Christine Downes (Victoria Shaw).

In the film the interracial relationships are compared to paintings using two different kinds of colors, a trope.[2]

Philip W. Chung of Asian Week wrote that the white woman choosing an Asian man as a romantic partner is "What was most revolutionary about the film in 1959 Hollywood", something that was, in 2007, "sadly, still revolutionary today."[3]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:1959
weitere Titel:
The Crimson Kimono sh ast id
クリムゾン・キモノ
El quimono carmesí
Il kimono scarlatto
Кровавое кимоно
Den blodrøde kimono
Genre:Filmdrama, Kriminalfilm, Film noir
Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
Originalsprache:Englisch
Farbe:Schwarzweiß
IMDB: 2318
Verleih:Columbia Pictures
Regie:Samuel Fuller
Drehbuch:Samuel Fuller
Kamera:Sam Leavitt
Musik:Harry Sukman
Produzent:Samuel Fuller
Darsteller:Victoria Shaw
Glenn Corbett
James Shigeta
Anna Lee
Walter Burke
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1960
Golden Globes, USA
Golden Globe
Most Promising Newcomer - Male
Gewinner
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