Genroku Koi Moyou: Sankichi to Osayo


Sankichi and Osayo: A Genroku Romance

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: 元禄恋模様 三吉とおさよ
English: Sankichi and Osayo: A Genroku Romance
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jun 23, 1934
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Source: Original
Genres: AdventureAdventure, RomanceRomance
Duration: 8 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 4.851 (scored by 320320 users)
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Ranked: #122052
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Popularity: #12571
Members: 716
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Synopsis

When a samurai witnesses a dancing maiden being kidnapped by ruffians, he rescues the poor damsel and takes her to the spring flower dance.

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Samurai

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Seo, Mitsuyo
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Jan 7, 2018
Sidewinder51 (All reviews)
Rate a 3
English Subtiled
No sound

Story
Not much of one, more simple if anything. In terms of introduction there was promise. Artwork conveyed a lovely display of romantic affection. The main character's main problem was discussed. Although, midway or for the most part of the film that is when the movie became rather confusing or dropped. At one point there is a person roaming the street with unfortunate news but the art and story seems to have ignored that complete and went with a side story where the action was the opposite. Then you have the evil character come into play. He hears of this unfortunate news read more
Feb 13, 2021
AlanDSouza1 (All reviews)
The years of Genroku are generally considered to be the Golden Age of the Edo period. The previous hundred years of peace and seclusion in Japan had created relative economic stability. The arts and architecture flourished. In this setting, we come across Sankichi, a wandering vagabond who might have once been a samurai and his desire to impress the lady who thinks he is a coward for having (potentially) surviving despite the passing of his feudal lord.

I'm giving this a higher grade solely for how remarkably well it has been preserved in comparison to works of similar Japanese peerage, which makes it a good read more

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