Zigeunerweisen s a 1980 independent Japanese film directed by Seijun Suzuki and based on Hyakken Uchida's novel, Disk of Sarasate. It takes its title from a gramophone recording of Pablo de Sarasate's violin composition, Zigeunerweisen, which features prominently in the story. The film makes the first part of Suzuki's Taishō Roman Trilogy, followed by Kagero-za (1981) and Yumeji (1991), surrealistic psychological dramas and ghost stories linked by style, themes and the Taishō period (1912-1926) setting.
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|Naoko Ôtani||Sono / Koine (plays two parts)|
|Toshiya Fujita||Toyojiro Aochi|
|Michiyo Ohkusu||Shuko Aochi|
|Kisako Makishi||Taeko Aochi|
|Sumie Sasaki||Maid at a hotel|
|Isao Tamagawa||Doctor Amaki|
|Takeo Kimura||Art Direction||
|Genjiro Arato||Executive Producer||