Be the first in Singapore to see the restored version of this critically-acclaimed Japanese tragedy about a samurai’s obsessive love for a married woman.
Original Title: Jigokumon / 地獄門
Directed by: Teinosuke Kinugasa
Runtime: 89 minutes
Language: Japanese with English subtitles
Rating: PG (Some Violence)
BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
Academy Awards 1955
GRAND PRIX (BEST FILM)
Cannes Film Festival 1954
GOLDEN LEOPARD (BEST FILM)
Locarno International Film Festival 1954
Extra reading by Stephen Prince on the legacy and restoration of the film
Sunday, 10 January, 4pm
Friday, 15 January, 8pm
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Celebrating the classics of Asian cinema and beyond, Restored is a regular series showcasing Asian films that have been meticulously preserved and restored by different institutions from across the world. The platform revisits these classics in a new light and allows them to be appreciated by new generations of audiences.
Bursting with passion and colour in every frame, Teinosuke Kinugasa’s period drama Gate of Hell tells the tragic tale of romantic obsession and unrequited love of a samurai who embarks on a frenzied quest to win the love of a married woman against all odds.
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