More crowds

Patrick Noonan patricknoo at
Thu Sep 29 13:49:05 EDT 2005

Dear Alex,
  Thank you so much for the recommendations.  I'll check them out.

Alexander Jacoby <a_p_jacoby at> wrote:
It's just occurred to me that Daisuke Ito's films, pre- and postwar, are full of crowd scenes. A crowd carrying lanterns in pursuit of a fugitive was a motif he employed regularly so it's a group vs individual thing. You can see it in Jirokichi the Rat (1931) and in Benten Kozo (1958) which I believe is a remake of an extant 1935 film, The Comb of Oroku, which I've not seen. Ito's work in general might be a good source of crowd scenes.

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