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The Idiot
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(1951)

Kameda, who has been in an asylum on Okinawa, travels to Hokkaido. There he becomes involved with two women, Taeko and Ayako. Taeko comes to love Kameda, but is loved in turn by Akama. When Akama realizes that he will never have Taeko, his thoughts turn to murder, and great tragedy ensues.

Runtime:
2:46
Released:
May 23, 1951

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Rqzt1uxnruurqfvbv3pud1nv2lx Masayuki Mori Kinji Kameda
Relbzkyoaaaxkroomy4jihulsj9 Toshirô Mifune Denkichi Akama
Rnebo71jpwpwzp4wupsgupg0sxh Yoshiko Kuga Ayako
2dfa52af2g5kc87h3ag3wtmudax Takashi Shimura Ono, Ayako's father
Chieko Higashiyama Satoko, Ayako's mother
Eijirô Yanagi Tohata
Yuhetk3r9xgrpo1i1ebr3kfqibd Minoru Chiaki Mutsuo Kayama, the secretary
Noriko Sengoku Takako
Kokuten Kôdô Jumpei
Bokuzen Hidari Karube
A1jfi1t9srediekpbixxukixzlo Eiko Miyoshi Madame Kayama
Chiyoko Fumiya Noriko
Mitsuyo Akashi Madame Akama
Daisuke Inoue Kaoru

Crew

Crew

Toshio Ubukata Cinematography

Directing

Akira Kurosawa Director

Production

Takashi Koide Producer

Sound

Fumio Hayasaka Original Music Composer

Writing

Fyodor Dostoevsky Novel

Eijirô Hisaita Writer