|Directed by||Buntaro Futagawa|
|Narrated by||Midori Sawato|
|Distributed by||Digital Meme|
|Release dates||1924 (Japan)|
|Running time||28 minutes|
Gyakuryu (逆流 Backward Flow?) is a 1924 black and white Japanese silent film with benshi accompaniment directed by Buntaro Futagawa. Often acclaimed as the predecessor to Orochi (film), it tells the tale of a nihilistic samurai, played by Tsumasaburo Bando whose mother is killed, whose sister is used and deceived and who loses the only love of his life.
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