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"A Geisha" is a 1953 Japanese film directed by Kenji Mizoguchi, centred on life in post-war Gion through the relationship between an established geisha, Miyoharu, and teenaged Eiko, who pleads with Miyoharu to take her on as an apprentice or maiko. The film is based on the novel by Matsutarō Kawaguchi, who also produced the screenplay.
- also known as Gion Festival Music, Gion Bayashi
- country: Japan
- language: Japanese Language
- producer: Hisakazu Tsuji
- written by Yoshikata Yoda
- cinematography by Kazuo Miyagawa
- music by Ichirō Saitō
- genres: Melodrama, Japanese Movies, Drama
- released on (61 years ago)
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geisha A geisha is a Japanese girl or woman trained in the arts as a companion for men. (See “ei” and “ie” section on page 201.) ...
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Prime Minister Uno also gets close, but keeping a geisha is a far cry from visiting a streetwalker. And these folks are politicians, not entertainers. It's not because the streetwalkers don't exist; they line the backstreets of Kabukicho and ...
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