Nanairo no hana (1950)

When a woman who has been the mistress of a politician since her teen years finds herself middle-aged and owning a nice house near the ocean, she cannot imagine how her future would be much... See full summary »

Director:

Masahisa Sunohara

Writers:

Kazuo Funahashi (screenplay), Yoshihide Nakayama (story) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Sugisaku Aoyama Sugisaku Aoyama ... Father Yoshinobu
Minoru Chiaki ... Tahei Izumi
Setsuko Hara ... Teruko Kashiwagi
Ichirô Izawa Ichirô Izawa ... Sakurai
Rieko Kaku Rieko Kaku ... Kazue
Nobuo Kaneko ... Kajima
Masao Mishima Masao Mishima ... Kondo
Ichirô Ryûzaki Ichirô Ryûzaki ... Ebihara
Masao Shimizu Masao Shimizu ... Takenaka
Haruko Sugimura ... Kohagi Nakamura
Yatsuko Tan'ami Yatsuko Tan'ami ... Madam Tsubaki
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Storyline

When a woman who has been the mistress of a politician since her teen years finds herself middle-aged and owning a nice house near the ocean, she cannot imagine how her future would be much different from her past. One day, however, she meets a boy who loves to read and studies literature by the water. The boy not only tells her about a novelist, but also makes introductions, which lead to the man and woman becoming a couple. The man lives with his student and a homeless girl he has been helping. The girl does not like the mistress, while the man ponders marrying the latter woman. Written by aghaemi

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mistress | novelist | prostitute | See All (3) »

Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

14 October 1950 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

The Rainbow-Colored Flower See more »

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Production Co:

Tokyo Eiga Haikyû See more »
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