Takekurabe (1955 film)

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Takekurabe
Takekurabe poster.jpg
Japanese movie poster
Directed by Heinosuke Gosho
Produced by Shintoho, Sadao Sugihara (producer)
Written by Toshio Yasumi (writer)
Music by Yasushi Akutagawa
Cinematography Joji Ohara
Release date
  • August 28, 1955 (1955-08-28)[1]
Running time
95 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Takekurabe (たけくらべ, Takekurabe) (English titles include: Adolescence, Growing Up Twice, Growing Up, and Child's Play) is a 1955 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Heinosuke Gosho.

It is a film adaptation of Higuchi Ichiyō's 1895-1896 novel Takekurabe.

Production design was made by Kazuo Kubo, sound recordist was Michio Okazaki and lighting technician was Susumu Irie.[2]

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