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He seems fully aware of his appeal and enhances it with a kind of smoldering passivity that dares the other men to start something. The movie takes place in Kyoto around , in the last days of traditional samurai.
Threatened by new kinds of fighting, new channels of power and the opening of the country to the West, the men of the Shinsen-gumi troop adhere all the more rigidly to the samurai code, even enforcing death as a punishment for severe violations.
It is strange that a candidate as effeminate as Sozaburo would be one of two finalists chosen after sword-fighting auditions, but then again there is a look in the eye of Capt.
Hijikata Beat Takeshi that hints of hidden agendas. When Beat Takeshi directs, it is under his real name of Takeshi Kitano. As director and star, he is known for violent macho thrillers, and so his casting here is provocative; imagine John Wayne in " Red River ," with a stirring beneath his chaps every time he looks at Montgomery Clift.
Hijikata is not gay, but Sozaburo is beautiful enough to inspire a lonely man to relax his usual standards. A samurai clearly in love with Sozaburo is Tashiro Tadanobu Asano , a brawny type who feels competitive because both men were recruited at the same time.
Is Sozaburo capable of fighting well enough to carry his weight in the samurai army? He turns out be the best of the young swordsmen, and when a superior orders him to carry out the execution of a disobedient samurai, he beheads the offender without a blink.
The thing about Sozaburo, indeed, is that he hardly blinks at anything: Even while another samurai is having sex with him, he hardly seems to notice.
Is this a weakness of the film? Maybe so. Oshima, directing his first film in 14 years, has found an actor with the physical attributes to play the character and seems content to leave it at that; his camera regards Sozaburo as an object of beauty but hardly seems to engage him.
It's as if the young samurai is a platonic ideal of androgynous perfection, and the movie is not about him but about his effect on the others.
Nagisa Oshima, born in , was a rebel of the Japanese cinema in the s and '70s, and is most famous for "In the Realm of the Senses" , the story of a love affair that turns into a sadomasochistic obsession, in which, during one sex scene, the hero loses that implement he might most require if he hoped to have another one.
So great was the crush to attend that film's Cannes premiere that one critic was shoved through a plate glass window, luckily escaping the hero's fate.
Oshima in recent years has become a Japanese TV star, and this film was a surprise to those who assumed he had more or less retired from filmmaking.
There is a kind of understated humor in the way the senior samurai officers discuss their troublesome young recruit, and melancholy in the way the samurais follow their code as they are ceasing to be relevant or useful.
I am not even sure it was a mistake to have Sozaburo be so passive. If he were a more active, complex character, that would generate a wider range of issues, and he works better within the plot as a catalyst.
I am reminded of a story told by Donald Richie, the great writer on Japanese themes. After serving a prison sentence, she was hired by a Tokyo tavern to appear nightly.
At the given hour, she would descend a flight of stairs, walk across the room, and exit. The room would always be jammed, Richie reports.
As a Catholic school survivor I have a fondness for stories of queer desire in oppressive institutions. I also have a terrific compilation of gay samurai stories called Comrade Loves of the Samurai.
Violently misogynistic in a Greek kind of way, I'm afraid, but I take queer history where I can find it. Gohatto is a tragedy of doomed gay love, and while it's not my favorite approach to the subject, I'm also a bit of a miserabilist.
I think this depiction works so well for me because it's genuinely effective as a tragedy and never feels manipulative or outright homophobic.
If anything, it's too understated for its own good. The characters are certainly homophobic, even the gay ones, and….
Review by Ethan Vestby 1. Every bit as much a ghost story as Empire of Passion , the central figure of the lithe, androgynous samurai being so without depth or character that he acts as little more than the spark that triggers the repressed feelings within all of the hypermasculine men he comes in contact with.
I cannot forgive the beginning of this film for being so choppy; title cards at irregular intervals to mark the passage of time 5 days later , he is now 18 , etc.
The second half was incredibly compelling, though, and almost makes up for it. Still I mostly blame the movie for putting me to sleep right afterwards and also while watching it.
While atmospheric on one hand, it looks surprisingly cheap on the other hand. Kitano is also kinda wasted in this one.
A mesmerizing study of obsessive desire and the ways in which it can unmake even the most disciplined of men, Gohatto functions as an interesting companion piece to Merry Christmas, Mr.
Lawrence , but where the latter film trades in smouldering implication and a dynamic melding of Eastern and Western cinematic techniques to match its themes of two cultures at odds, Gohatto is much more explicit and rooted in a more traditionalist aesthetic bolstered by Yoshinobu Nishioka's lavish production design and Emi Wada's costuming.
It's formally a lot safer than what I've come to expect from Oshima, given his more avant-garde leanings, but it does serve the period setting and there is still some strangeness to be found, courtesy of Sakamoto's eerily disconcerting score.
Strong performances across the board, but Ryuhei Matsuda is especially hypnotic as the skilled but emotionally remote young swordsman whose preternatural beauty bewitches every man he comes across, casting his samurai group into erotic turmoil.
Interesting commentary on homosocial relationships I think? What zero pussy does to a MF. Ryuhei Matsuda is so pretty the entire Shinsengumi wants him: the movie.
It's a little too opaque a lot of the time, but I found myself not caring too much about that. It's also a beautiful movie to look at insert some joke here about my not meaning just the pretty men.
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