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The Quiet Duel
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The Quiet Duel 1949

One of legendary director Akira Kurosawa's early works, this film follows the travails of Kyoji Fujisaki (Toshiro Mifune), a young doctor whose life is turned upside down when he contracts syphilis during a wartime surgery. Distancing himself from his fiancée, Fujisaki suffers in silence, shamed by what his life has become. When he encounters the man who infected him, the doctor forces him to take responsibility for the lives he's affected.

Running Time:95 minutes
Directed By:
Akira KurosawaAkira Kurosawa
Written By:
Akira KurosawaAkira Kurosawa
No image existsSenkichi Taniguchi
No image existsKazuo Kikuta
Toshiro MifuneToshiro Mifune
No image existsTakashi Shimura
No image existsMiki Sanjo
No image existsKenjiro Uemura
No image existsChieko Nakakita
No image existsNoriko Sengoku
No image existsHiroko Machida

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The Quiet Duel Movie Review by Movie Addict (3/20/2009)

One rarely, if ever goes wrong watching a film directed by Akira Kurosawa and starring Toshirô Mifune, even if it one of the early ones. In this film, however, the star is not Mifune, but the man who plays his father, Takashi Shimura, destined to achieve greater fame in Ikiru, and The Seven Samurai.

Mifune comes back from...

(complete The Quiet Duel review by Movie Addict)

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