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Los Feliz 3 | New 4K restoration, courtesy of Janus Films.
‘Tanaka Tuesdays: The Films of Kinuyo Tanaka’ Series
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With GIRLS OF THE NIGHT, Tanaka reunited with screenwriter Sumie Tanaka to explore the reformation of prostitutes. The film follows Kuniko (Hisako Hara), an escort who enters a rehabilitation center after the Prostitution Prevention Law prohibits her line of work. But creating a new life proves treacherous—wherever Kuniko goes, the past seems to catch up with her. In once again taking on challenging subject matter, Tanaka paints an empathetic portrait of a fragile community of untamed outcasts.
DISTRIBUTOR: Janus Films
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