The Crimson Kimono

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Time Out says

Fuller developing his theme of urban alienation: landscape, culture and sexual confusion are all juxtaposed, forcing the Japanese-born detective (who, along with his buddy, is on the hunt for a burlesque queen murderer) into a nightmare of isolation and jealousy. Some fine set pieces - like the disciplined Kendo fight that degenerates into sadistic anarchy - and thoughtful camera-work serve to illustrate Fuller's gift for weaving a poetic nihilism out of his journalistic vision of urban crime.
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Release details

UK release:

1959

Duration:

82 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Samuel Fuller

Cast:

Paul Dubov, Anna Lee, James Shigeta, Glenn Corbett, Victoria Shaw, Jaclynne Greene

Music:

Harry Sukman

Art Director:

Robert Boyle, William Flannery

Editor:

Jerome Thoms

Cinematography:

Sam Leavitt

Screenwriter:

Samuel Fuller

Producer:

Samuel Fuller

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ena fells

I saw this the year it came out and I have loved it always; I am now 58 and am going to buy it and have it for my daughter and granddaughter to see....best movie ever ... stands the test of time ... don't you dare re-make it

ena fells

I saw this the year it came out and I have loved it always; I am now 58 and am going to buy it and have it for my daughter and granddaughter to see....best movie ever ... stands the test of time ... don't you dare re-make it