Farewell to the Land Trailer

Farewell to the Land Trailer (1982)

09 April 1982 130 mins

Influenced by Bresson and Mizoguchi, Farewell takes a detached view of its protagonist Yukio (Jinpachi Nezu), an ex-farmer working as a dump-truck driver in Kashima. Haunted by the drowning of his two young sons, whose names he has had tattooed on his back in penance, and locked in a sibling rivalry with his traditional but urbane younger brother who lives in Tokyo, Yukio has become an amphetamine-addicted loner at odds with his family, friends and colleagues — an alienation that, as the film's title suggests, seems to derive from the industrialization of his farming community.

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Cast

Jinpachi Nezu

as Yukio Yamazawa

Jirô Chiba

as Akihiko Yamazawa

Miyako Yamaguchi

as Fumie Yamazawa

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