Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Keisuke Kinoshita|
|Produced by||Ryotaro Kuwata|
|Screenplay by||Keisuke Kinoshita|
|Based on||a novel by Sakae Tsuboi|
|Music by||Chuji Kinoshita|
|Edited by||Yoshi Sugihara|
The movie follows the career of a schoolteacher named Hisako Ōishi (played by Hideko Takamine) in Shōdoshima during the rise and fall of Japanese ultra-nationalism in the beginning of the Shōwa period. The narrative begins in 1928 with the teacher's first class of first grade students and follows her through 1946.
- Hideko Takamine - Ôishi Sensei
- Yumeji Tsukioka - Masuno
- Takahiro Tamura - Isokichi
- Chishū Ryū - Otoko Sensei
A 1987 color remake was directed by Yoshitaka Asama.
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- Twenty-Four Eyes on IMDb
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- "二十四の瞳 (Nijū-shi no Hitomi)" (in Japanese). Japanese Movie Database. Retrieved 2007-07-13.
- Twenty-Four Eyes: Growing Pains an essay by Audie Bock at the Criterion Collection
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