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By Carole Cavanaugh

This textual content appears at Kenji Mizoguchi's movie Sansho Dayu, a model of a well-known jap folk-tale approximately an eleventth century feudal professional compelled into exile through his political enemies. In his absence, his young ones fall below the corrupting impression of the malevolent Sansho.

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