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Like Kurosawa's Stray Dog, Ko Nakahira's seminal Crazed Fruit is an unforgiving examination of Japan's postwar identity crisis, bathed in the sweltering heat of summer. Though Haruji's quest is far removed from the self-atoning exploits of Mifune's rookie cop, the momentum is similar. A desire to deliver justice is replaced by buckets of raging hormones; these boys are on a collision course.
Crazed Fruit Ko Nakahira. By Travis Mackenzie Hoover. Published Jul 01, 2005. This is not the Carmen Miranda story at all but an unflinching look at Japanese youth gone wild in the seminal kick.
A troubled-youth movie that doesn’t waste too much time trying to shock, Crazed Fruit takes what could have been a simple exploitation flick about bad teens getting into trouble by the seashore and turns it into a doomed love story fraught with morality. Filmed over just 17 days in 1956, director Ko Nakahira’s second film helped launch the Japanese vogue for so-called “Sun Tribe.
Crazed Fruit - Kurutta kajitsu. Ko Nakahira. This film has no current screenings. share. Ko Nakahira; 1956; Japan; Japanese with English subtitles; 35mm; 86 minutes; A wailing, tenor sax-heavy soundtrack underpins sordid melodrama in this landmark Sun Tribe film. Brothers Natsuhisa and Haruji aimlessly waste away days basking on beaches and nights drinking in bars, indolently enjoying Japan.
This chapter will look at the case of Nakahira Ko who made the influential Kurutta Kajitsu (Crazed Fruit,1956) and later in his career remade the film (under the Chinese pseudonym Yang Shu-hsi) as Kuang lian shi (Summer Heat, 1968). The case of Crazed Fruit and its transformation into Summer Heat is interesting, partly due to the stature of the Japanese original and also due to some of the.