Miss Hokusai

Miss Hokusai

Enough full time: 1814. The spot: Edo, now called Tokyo. Now in their own own mid-fifties and A realized artist of the time, Tetsuzo works in their house-atelier's garbage-loaded chaos, and can boast customers from all over Japan. He spends his days creating pieces of art, by a giant-size Bodhidharma portrayed on a 180 square foot sheet of newspaper, to a pair of sparrows painted onto a very small rice grain. Third of all Tetsuzo's four brothers and created out of the second marriage, out spoken 23-year-old OEi has inherited her father's ability and stubbornness, and often he would be painted instead of by her though uncredited. Her art is so powerful that some times leads to trouble. "We're father and daughter. With just two brushes and four chopsticks, I suppose we can always manage, in a sense or the other."
Duration: 90 min
Country: Japan
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