A Story of Floating Weeds
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"A Story of Floating Weeds" is a 1934 silent film directed by Yasujirō Ozu which he later remade as Floating Weeds in 1959 in color. It won the Kinema Junpo Award for best film, the third consecutive year an Ozu film won, following I Was Born, But... and Passing Fancy.
- also known as Eine Geschichte von treibenden Gräsern, Ukigusa monogatari
- country: Japan
- languages: Japanese Language, Silent film
- producer: Shochiku
- written by Yasujirō Ozu
- genres: Silent film, Indie film, Black-and-white, World cinema, Japanese Movies, Drama
- released on (80 years ago)
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