A Distant Cry from Spring Trailer

A Distant Cry from Spring Trailer (1980)

"One night, a man named Tajima stops by asking for shelter." 17 October 1980 Drama 95 mins

Tamiko Kizami (played by the always wonderful Chieko Baisho) is a widowed farmer who lives with her only son. She’s constantly working on the farm almost as though it’s an outlet for her to free her emotions. One night, a man named Tajima stops by asking for shelter. She welcomes him in and he leaves the next day. The following spring, he comes back asking only for a job and a place to rest. Tamiko is slow to give her trust to him but when she falls ill, he is left to take care of the house as well as Tamiko’s son, Takeshi. Tajima’s friendship with her son grows which finally allows Tamiko to feel at ease in his presence. Around the same time, we find out Tajima’s secret: he killed a man and he’s been running from the law for two years. He eventually surrenders to the police. This is followed by a very emotional finale in which Tamiko finally articulates her feelings for Tajima, while he is on his way to prison.

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Cast

Ken Takakura

as Kosaku Tajima

Hidetaka Yoshioka

as Takeshi Kazami

Chieko Baishô

as Tamiko Kazami

Crew

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