Haruko Sugimura

Haruko Sugimura

  • Born: 1909-1-6
  • Birthplace: Hiroshima City
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  • Profession: actor
  • Nationality: Japan
  • Representative Works: Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Osone’s morning, わが青春に愛なし
  • Haruko Sugimura (Haruko Sugimura) (January 6, 1909-April 4, 1997), was born on January 6, 1909 in Hiroshima, Japan. He is a Japanese drama actor.
    Haruko Sugimura has won the Asahi Culture Award, the Daily Art Award, and the title of Cultural Meritor. He is also very active in the film and television circles. In terms of film, he has performed many times in the films of famous directors Yasujiro Ozu , Wind Man and Mikio Naruse . They are highly praised for their good acting skills, and mainly perform supporting roles.

    Performing Experience

    In 1928, the Tsukiji Theater was split, and Haruko Sugimura joined the Tsukiji Theater Company. In 1936, the Tsukiji Theater Troupe was disbanded, and in 1937, he participated in the Literary Theater created by Kubota Mantaro , Kishida Kunishi , Iwata Toyuo and others . Become the only actress who was active on the stage of Literary Drama during the war.
    In 1945, the playwright Kaoru Morimoto wrote "A Woman's Life" specifically for her. The life of Yin Kei was announced by the host in the play, reflecting the social history of Japan. Her outstanding performance won the Academy Award for the first time after the war.
    In 1953, in T. Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire", he portrayed Blanche living in a dream and won praise. In 1955, in Kimitaké Hiraoka's "Luming Hall", he created the image of a free woman, Kageyama Chaoko, and used traditional drama techniques in the performance, achieving new breakthroughs in art.
    However, in 1963, Kimitaké Hiraoka ,きしだきょうこ, Noburo Nakamura, Hiroshi Akutagawa, Shigeru Koyama ,かとうはるこ, and more than half of the group members who were dissatisfied with Sugimura’s arrogant attitude in the literary group rioted twice. Hiroshi Akutagawa participated in the Yun Opera Troupe founded by Hengcun Fukuda, and refused to perform on the same stage with Sugimura for life.
    The scene left on the screen is the female patient in the depths of Momota in 1940's "Kojima no Spring." After the war, the drama "A Woman's Life" was first performed in 1945, setting a record of more than a thousand performances. The masterpieces of the movie are "Morning at Osone's House" and "わが青春に愛なし". Yasujiro Ozu, who never used a drama actor in a movie in 1949, specially invited her to perform in "Late Spring" as the younger sister of a university professor. Since then, she has performed almost all of Ozu's works.
    In nearly 60 years, Haruko Sugimura has created a series of images of women. She and Mizutani Yaeko , Isuzu Yamada was hailed as a Japanese actress, "Ruin." The main roles she has played include: ""Yu Ji" in "Saturday, Sunday, Monday", Rosa in "Saturday, Sunday, Monday", Suwa in "Gorgeous Family", Ichikawa Nine Women in "Women" and so on.
    Haruko Sugimura has won the Asahi Culture Award, the Daily Art Award, and the title of Cultural Meritor. She was nominated for the Japanese Cultural Medal in 1995 , but she dismissed the nomination. He used to be the head of Wenxueza Theater Company and the director of the Japanese New Drama Haiyou Association. He is an honorary member of CHINA THEATRE ASSOCIATION . The main works include essay collection "Make-up Clothes", " Autobiography of an Actress " and so on.

    Personal Life

    Haruko Sugimura, she is a famous actress who has performed "A Woman's Life" and completed a thousand performances. This stage play was performed under the circumstance that the U.S. military has been adopting intensive air strikes against Tokyo. When Sugimura rushed to the theater with crimson eyes that hadn't slept for a few days due to the air raid, he found that the auditorium was already full and crowded, and the spirit was immediately lifted. In the theater, the actors and the audience shared the same idea: "This may be the last scene, and tomorrow may be my turn to die." This is the precious experience that Sugimura gained when he was thirty-six years old. . It is precisely because of this shocking experience that she can go all out with the feeling of "This is the last performance" in every scene in the future, creating the record of the thousandth performance of this play. .
    When she was 22 years old, she lived and married with Chang Hirogishi, who was studying in the preparatory class of Keio University School of Medicine. Nagahiro is also from Hiroshima. As both of them are poor students who left home and came to Tokyo, they can only live a life of extreme poverty where "you have to do everything by yourself except shoes." Because of Changguang's health problems, most of their married life spent seeking medical advice and medicine until Changguang's death.
    Sugimura's second partner was Kaoru Morimoto, who wrote "a woman's life" for her. He did not become her official husband. Morimoto is three years younger than her. In the drama, he is her teacher, and off the stage, the two are a pair of deep-rooted lovers. But Kaoru Morimoto died young when he was only thirty-five years old. At that time, Sugimura was rehearsing for the stage play, and many people witnessed her painful and pouring tears.
    Sugimura's third partner is the younger brother of her first husband. Every year on the anniversary of Changguang’s death, more than a dozen friends gather together. This is why she and the gentle-hearted Shishan Jihiko have a further relationship eight years after Changguang’s death, but this marriage is also fourteen. Years later, it came to an end because of the death of Shishan.
    On the day of Shishan's death, Sugimura was holding a performance in Hokkaido. She hesitated between returning home or continuing to perform, but in the end she managed to endure her grief and finished the performance before returning home to meet her husband. At this time, Shan Village was fifty-seven years old, and he really became a lonely person, without any children under his knees. If it were an ordinary woman at the time, her life would probably end here. But Sugimura did not.
    On April 4, 1997, died of pancreatic cancer at a hospital in Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo, at the age of 91.
    Extended Reading
    • Kyra 2022-03-23 09:03:28

      I like Kasa Chijo's performance

      I really like Kasa Chijo's performance. Very delicate, contains a lot of small movements. In the story, the father wants to match his daughter with his students, so he carefully asks Setsuko Hara. Then Setsuko Hara said that the student is her type, and her father got nervous and was covering it up...

    • Jaren 2022-04-21 09:03:45

      See how I feel in late spring

      I feel that there are many helpless things in life. People can’t always live for themselves. The influence of others on your life is too great. The public opinion of others is enough to determine your life. I think in this movie, I saw a father and daughter who were able to live happily together,...

    • Dee 2022-03-28 09:01:13

      Score 1000 points for the Noh scene in "Du Ruo"... It's too shocking. The eternity of form and indoctrination symbolizes lightly on everyone's mind. Three or two sentences point out Noriko's irreversible post-war physical and mental trauma. Under her smiling face, there is perennial melancholy and an attempt to rebuild her inner order. The symbol of this order is her father. Her father's arrangement to marry her again deprived her of a legitimate reason not to break the peace and order, so she would resist. In fact, I don't think it's an Electra complex. Noriko's emotional projection of her father makes people deeply understand her own unease. It's not so much that she can't let go of her father, it's more like she doesn't know how to live a different life. Even as a fashionable new female figure, Noriko is still broken by various shackles, and the order (shackles) on which she herself depends can be broken against her will. In a larger eternity like "Du Ruo", where the shadows of trees are swirling, these worries are nothing, they can't be realized, and they can only convince themselves and be persuaded to make some choices in vain.

    • Timmy 2022-03-18 09:01:09

      5.0. Hall 1 of the Archives, 4K restoration. Setsuko Hara's most beautiful performance. 1. Sharing the same theme with "The Taste of Saury" and "Autumn Harmony", marrying a daughter is the last concern of the elders. To say that the father is full of flavor is pure fart, and the middle-aged and elderly people sitting next to me basically burst into tears at the entrustment of Li Zhizhong to Hara Setsuko before marriage. 2. Of course, a daughter does not have to be married, but the mutual fulfillment of East Asian families. This fulfillment is at the expense of the original family. "You will have your own home. Getting married is not the beginning of happiness, two people work hard together. It is happiness, even if it is five years or ten years.” When my father said these words, he was completely destroying his family, and he wanted to fight against and be alone with loneliness all his life.

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