|Directed by||Sentaro Shirai|
|Produced by||Ichikawa Utaemon Film Production|
|Narrated by||Midori Sawato|
|Distributed by||Digital Meme|
Dokuro (恐苦呂) is a 1927 black and white Japanese silent film with benshi accompaniment directed by Sentaro Shirai. This is a significant and rare film in that it depicts the tragic fate of a Christian lord who fought for his faith in the Edo period. Especially noteworthy are the final scenes in which Utaemon Ichikawa takes on his enemy with a gash in his forehead and wild, unkempt hair.
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