Diary Of Beloved Wife White Room (2006).Sachiko and Yoshida are newlyweds, and have just moved into a newly-constructed apartment with completely white rooms. It’s reasonable to expect that they would be enjoying their newlywed life, but Sachiko is refusing to go along with Yoshida’s sexual demands. One day, Yoshida’s junior colleague, Kato, shows him a video. Its title is White Room: Evening Classroom Inspection, and in it a girl is shown holding a photograph of her mother against her thigh while engaged in fondling. But the astounding thing is that it is a room in their newly-constructed apartment! Yoshida stealthily takes the video home, but Sachiko sees what it contains.
Aisai Monogatari) is a 1951 Japanese drama film written and directed by Kaneto Shindo. It was Shindo’s debut film as a director. It is an autobiographical work based on Shindo’s first marriage. Jūkichi Uno stars as a struggling screenwriter, and Nobuko Otowa stars as the wife who supports him through his early struggles.
Yamazaki, an aspiring screenwriter, played by Jūkichi Uno, is boarding with a couple and their daughter. He and the daughter become involved romantically and the father asks him to leave, and tells the daughter not to marry Yamazaki because of his insecure line of work.
In the end the wife dies of tuberculosis.
Story of a Beloved Wife (1951) Avalanche (1952) Children of Hiroshima (1952) Epitome (1953) Life of a Woman (1953) Dobu (1954) Wolf (1955) Shirogane Shinjū (1956) Ruri no Kishi (1956) An Actress (1956) Umi no yarodomo (1957) Sorrow Is Only for Women (1958) Lucky Dragon No. 5 (1959) Hanayome-san wa sekai-ichi (1959) The Naked Island (1960) Ningen (1962) Mother (1963) Onibaba (1964) Akuto (1965) Lost Sex (1966) Kuroneko (1968) Heat Wave Island (1969) Live Today, Die Tomorrow! (1970) Kenji Mizoguchi: The Life of a Film Director (1975) The Life of Chikuzan (1977) Edo Porn (1981) Burakkubōdo (1986) Tree Without Leaves (1986) A Last Note (1995) Will to Live (1999) By Player (2000) Owl (2003) Postcard (2010)
|Cast:||Chigusa Takaku, Koromo Tomosato, Miyabi Endô, Yôta Kawase|