|Directed by||Kon Ichikawa|
|Produced by||Hiroaki Fujii|
|Written by||Keiji Hasebe|
|Based on||The Key (Tanizaki novel) by Junichirō Tanizaki|
|Music by||Yasushi Akutagawa|
|Edited by||Hiroaki Fujii|
|Distributed by||Daiei Film|
Odd Obsession (鍵 Kagi, lit. "The Key") is a 1959 Japanese drama film directed by Kon Ichikawa. It was entered into the 1960 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Jury Prize. It was based on the novel The Key, by Japanese novelist Junichirō Tanizaki.
A man who suspects his wife is having an affair with his daughter's fiance places the two in dangerous situations in order to satisfy his voyeuristic curiosity.
- Machiko Kyō as Ikuko Kenmochi
- Ganjirō Nakamura as Kenji Kenmochi
- Junko Kano as Toshiko Kenmochi
- Tatsuya Nakadai as Kimura
- Jun Hamamura as Dr. Sōma
- Tanie Kitabayashi as Hana
- Mayumi Kurata as Koike
- Kyū Sazanka as Curio dealer
- Ichirō Sugai as Masseur
- Mantarō Ushio as Dr. Kodama
- The Key (1983)
- "Festival de Cannes: Odd Obsession". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 16 February 2009.
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