A Farewell to the Woman Called My Sister

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A Farewell to the Woman Called My Sister
Directed by Ishirō Honda
Produced by Toho, Ryo Takei (producer)
Written by Ishirō Honda
Hirosuke Takenaka
Music by Nobuyuki Takeoka
Cinematography Minoru Kuribayashi
Distributed by Toho
Release dates August 25, 1957 (Japan)
Country Japan
Language Japanese

A Farewell to the Woman Called My Sister (別れの茶摘歌 姉妹篇 お姉さんと呼んだ人 Wakare no chatsumi-uta shimai-hen: Oneesan to yonda hito?) is a 1957 black and white Japanese film directed by Ishirō Honda.

Production designer was Iwao Akune,[1] lighting technician was Yoshio Tanaka and sound technician was Sanya Yamamoto.[2]

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