The first Kurosawa film to feature Toshiro Mifune. The slums of postwar Tokyo provide the setting for the conflict between an alcoholic doctor – the “drunken angel” of the title – and the arrogant, reckless gangster dying of tuberculosis whom he tries to save. Mifune’s first great role in a “film in the Dostoyevsky manner.” Firmly established Kurosawa as one of the great postwar directors.
1948 / 98min / 35mm / EnglishSubtitled
Cast：Takashi Shimura, Toshiro Mifune, Reizaburo Yamamoto, Michiyo Kobure, Chieko Nakakita
Adult:￥1000 Child:￥500(under 15 years old)
14:00 on Monday (Holiday), September 19, 2016 ,
(Doors open 20 minutes before showtime)
*Tickets are available at Kamakura City Kawakita Film Museum, Taraba Bookshop (Kamakura Sta. west exit), Shimamori Bookstore Kamakura (Kamakura Sta. east exit), Joshu-ya (Ofuna)