Die Sage von Anatahan


Anatahan (アナタハン ) , also known as The Saga of Anatahan, is a 1953 black-and-white Japanese film war drama directed by Josef von Sternberg.[2][3] The World War II Japanese holdouts on Anatahan also inspired a 1998 novel, Cage on the Sea.

It was the final work directed by noted Hollywood director Josef von Sternberg (although Jet Pilot was released later). Von Sternberg had an unusually high degree of control over the film, made outside the studio system, which allowed him to not only direct, but also write, photograph, and narrate the action. Although it opened modestly well in Japan, it did poorly in the US, where von Sternberg continued to recut the film for four more years. He subsequently abandoned the project and went on to teach film at UCLA for most of the remainder of his lifetime. The film was screened within the official selection during the 14th Venice Film Festival (1953).

The art director was Takashi Kono, special effects were made by Eiji Tsuburaya and the camera operator was Kozo Okazaki.[4]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
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L'isola della donna contesa
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Fièvre sur Anatahan
Die Sage von Anatahan
IMDB: 818
Regie:Josef von Sternberg
Drehbuch:Josef von Sternberg
Kamera:Josef von Sternberg
Musik:Ifukube Akira
Darsteller:Akemi Negishi
Shōji Nakayama
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