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    The Bad Sleep Well

    Illegitimate son K么ichi Nishi climbs to a high position within a Japanese corporation and marries the crippled daughter of company vice president Iwabuchi, only in order to seek justice for his father's suicide.
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  • Actors of "The Bad Sleep Well"

  • Characters of "The Bad Sleep Well"

    Administrative Officer Moriyama. Character of The Bad Sleep Well
  • Directors of "The Bad Sleep Well"

    Akira Kurosawa. Director of The Bad Sleep Well
    Akira Kurosawa
    Birthdate: 23 March 1910, Tokyo, Japan
  • Creators of "The Bad Sleep Well"

    Hideo Oguni. Director of The Bad Sleep Well
    Hideo Oguni
    Birthdate: 9 July 1904, Aomori, Japan
    Eijir么 Hisaita. Director of The Bad Sleep Well
    Eijir么 Hisaita
    Birthdate: 3 July 1898, Miyagi, Japan
  • Critic Reviews of "The Bad Sleep Well"

    Ed Park Village Voice
    June 19, 2008

    Opening with a bravura wedding sequence and ending with a sycophantic bow to a replaced telephone receiver, the film has its longueurs, but Mifune's buttoned-down avenger is a compelling portrait of righteous obsession foundering on unpredictable reality.

    Tom Milne Time Out
    January 26, 2006

    Kurosawa rather loaded the film on the side of social significance, while neglecting to capitalise on the noir aspects that underlie it. Even so, his use of the 'scope screen is masterly.

    Bosley Crowther New York Times
    May 10, 2005

    This is a powerful and interesting picture that Kurosawa has made -- a bit tedious and mawkish in the last reels, but exciting enough along the way to satisfy audiences that know the subject.

    Dave Kehr Chicago Reader
    January 01, 2000

    A well-done thriller with Kurosawa's usual social overtones.

    Michael E. Grost Classic Film and Television
    December 03, 2016

    Uneven thriller about taking down corporate criminals has great opening scene.

    Louis Proyect rec.arts.movies.reviews
    April 27, 2010

    A powerful tale of a son seeking to avenge his father in a world of corporate malfeasance with Hamlet-like dimensions.

    Armond White New York Press
    January 20, 2010

    The Bad Sleep Well's ground-breaking concept shows Kurosawa's uncompromised ambition.

    Douglas Pratt DVDLaser
    June 19, 2008

    t is almost an anti-thriller, but viewers who are willing to steep themselves in the intricacies of Japanese ceremonies and the banal details of evil will find the experience highly rewarding.

    Dennis Schwartz Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    July 24, 2006

    There just seemed to be a missing ingredient to raise this intense psychological drama to the level of a Rashomon.

    James Kendrick Q Network Film Desk
    March 18, 2006

    Despite having been made more than 45 years ago and in a postwar Japanese setting, in the age of Enron, it may be more relevant than ever.

    Nick Schager Slant Magazine
    January 09, 2006

    A freestyle homage to Hamlet that does away with the costumed faithfulness of Kurosawa's other Shakespeare adaptations.

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