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Kurobara no yakata

Author: Kinji FukasakuAkira OdoHiro MatsudaAkiharo MaruyamaMasakazu TamuraAll authors
Publisher: [United States] : Ventura Distribution, [2003]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : JapaneseView all editions and formats
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Wealthy Kyohei installs the beautiful Black Rose in his elegant private men's club to bolster business but gets more than he bargained for when she attracts scores of past lovers who are inexplicably dying. And Kyohei's gangster son has also fallen for the Black Rose. A sequel to Black lizard.
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Genre/Form: Film adaptations
Fiction films
Feature films
Motion pictures
Foreign language films
Drama
Named Person: Yukio Mishima; Yukio Mishima
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Kinji Fukasaku; Akira Odo; Hiro Matsuda; Akiharo Maruyama; Masakazu Tamura; Eitarō Ozawa; Yukio Mishima; Hajime Kaburagi; Shōchiku Kabushiki Kaisha.; Chimera Entertainment (Firm); American Cinematheque.; Ventura Distribution, Inc.
OCLC Number: 52761798
Language Note: In Japanese with optional English subtitles.
Notes: Original released as a motion picture in Japan in 1969.
Based on the play by Yukio Mishima.
"Chimera Entertainment, Vitagraph, American Cinematheque"--Disc surface and container.
Special features include interview with director Fukasaku and theatrical trailer.
Credits: Director of photography, Takashi Kawamata ; editor, Akimitsu Terada ; music, Hajime Kaburagi.
Cast: Akihiko Murayama, Masakazu Tamura, Yūsuke Kawazu, Eitarō Ozawa, Ayako Hosho, Ko Nishimura, Kikko Matsuoka, Ryohei Uchida.
Description: 1 videodisc (90 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; widescreen (2.35:1); Dolby digital 2.0.
Other Titles: Black Rose mansion
Black Rose
Mansion of the Black Rose
Responsibility: Shōchiku Eiga ; seisaku, Oda Akira ; kyakuhon Matsuda Hiro, Fukasaku Kinji ; kantoku, Fukasaku Kinji.

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Wealthy Kyohei installs the beautiful Black Rose in his elegant private men's club to bolster business but gets more than he bargained for when she attracts scores of past lovers who are inexplicably dying. And Kyohei's gangster son has also fallen for the Black Rose. A sequel to Black lizard.

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