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(2786) 6.7 93 min 2015

Sarusuberi: Miss Hokusai is a movie starring Yutaka Matsushige, Anne Watanabe, and Erica Lindbeck. The life and works of Japanese artist and ukiyo-e painter Katsushika Hokusai, as seen from the eyes of his daughter, Katsushika O-Ei.

Starring
Anne Watanabe, Richard Epcar, Yutaka Matsushige, Erica Lindbeck
Genres
Drama, Biography, Animation, History
Director
Keiichi Hara, Michael Sinterniklaas, Stephanie Sheh

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Biography, Animation, History
Director Keiichi Hara, Michael Sinterniklaas, Stephanie Sheh
Writer Hinako Sugiura, Stephanie Sheh, Miho Maruo
Stars Anne Watanabe, Richard Epcar, Yutaka Matsushige, Erica Lindbeck
Country Japan
Also Known As Sarusuberi: Misu Hokusai, Miss Hokusai, 百日紅 Miss Hokusai, Slecna Hokusai, Crape Myrtle: Miss Hokusai, 百日紅 Miss HOKUSAI
Runtime 1H 33M
Description Set in 1814, Miss Hokusai focuses on O-Ei, the daughter of famed artist Tetsuzo, better known by his pen name Hokusai, as she tries to navigate the various aspects of her life. O-Ei spends the bulk of her time assisting her divorced father who cares about his art and not much else.

Top reviews

Saturday, 29 Aug 2020 11:09

One of the most important things I've learned from watching this film is that the director is someone who "makes it up as he goes along." You won't find a single boring moment in this movie. It's the closest thing to a documentary I've ever seen, with a much more human approach than documentaries of other subjects. I think that this is the film that's best suited for people who like documentaries and want to know more about the world of the 20th century. The Director himself has already talked about his film and his attitude towards it in a previous interview. I'll just say that it's a very important documentary, but one that is not easily accessible to non-Japanese people. It's also very much a story about Japan's best-known and most respected painter, Hayao Miyazaki. It's a good idea that the film was made in Japan, and the other way around as well. The film is also based on a book by the same name. This is something that I would like to see more of in documentaries. My personal favorite documentary is still "Life on the Line," but it has to be "The Autobiography of Miss Hokusai" that I watched when I was a child. I'm glad that the film does not only focus on Miyazaki, but also on other important Japanese artists. I also love the way that the director focuses on the love and the art that Hayao Miyazaki has for his wife. The most beautiful thing about the film is the way that it shows the beauty of Japan's ancient culture and the beauty of Japan's modern culture. I also really love the way that the director's eyes focus on the beauty of the landscape and the beauty of the people. It's also interesting to see how the director uses the images and the music to bring out the beauty of Japan's ancient culture. "Kiki" is a really good example of the film's great approach. There are so many beautiful scenes in the film, but they're all just beautiful images that you see because they are beautiful images. I think that this is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. I think that it's one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.
Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 06:07

As a woman who is constantly bombarded with stories about Japanese culture, I must say that when I first saw this film, I thought it was only about the samurai. But, when I learned more about the culture of the Shinto faith, I realized it was a study of the Japanese way of life and a look at a culture that was still alive and flourishing. What I saw in this film was both beautiful and harsh. It is a beautiful, yet brutal look at a culture and a people that is very close to my heart. The story of the people in the film is the story of a long tradition of one nation and its traditions, traditions that are strong and have been passed down to generations. The film is about the Japan of the Edo period, a time when many of the customs and traditions of the country were being revived and then destroyed. In fact, the movie was a celebration of a time in which tradition and culture were not only alive, but also dying. But, the film also shows the Japan of the late Edo period, a time that was a time of fierce battles between the Shogunate and the various religious and political movements that were trying to dominate the country. It was a time when a number of religious sects were trying to take over the country and the country was turning into a huge empire. This is not the period of the Edo period that is celebrated in this film, but the period in which the government was very weak and the country was being controlled by the military and religious factions. I was also surprised by the great sense of beauty and beauty that was found in the film. The image of the Shinto shrine and the scenes of the people performing rituals in their homes was very beautiful and I have seen some films that were made in that period of time that are beautiful, but this was something different. The way the film was shot was very beautiful and the images of the landscape were incredible. There were times when I was really moved by the film and I have been left with a feeling of great sadness that something had happened in my life, something that would affect my future. I have never been so moved by a film and I hope that the film can inspire people to think about the times and cultures that are around them and the decisions they are making. I hope that people can see the beauty in the film and see that it is important to think about things and that it is not about the people that you are looking at but about the things that are going on around you.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 10:45

This movie is the first animated film in which the director decided to use live action as the main focus of the story. The results are spectacular. The story is told in a single continuous shot, which is composed of images without any transitions, and that's what makes it unique. The story is about a young woman (Miki) who leaves her village for a city, and the journey that follows is a fascinating one. There are some moments of levity and drama, which could be disturbing for children, but is not. The movie is narrated in a single continuous shot, and all of the voices are made in a realistic manner, as is shown in the first five minutes of the movie. The story is about a girl named Miki, who is traveling to the city with her family. After a few months, she finds that the city has a lot of problems. She has a lot of problems, and it's really hard for her to find a job. The movie is about Miki's journey, but it's much more than that. There are a lot of interesting details to be learned about Miki's character. The characters are really well written and acted, and I really enjoyed their interactions. The movie is also very colorful, and it's filled with beautiful landscapes and colorful characters. I think that I could describe it in a few words, but I won't. It's a beautiful story, with a great soundtrack, a great visual style, and a very interesting story. It's also very interesting to see how an animated film gets to be this visually stunning, and how a movie can be like this. It's a very unique and a very interesting story.


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