The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956) Daniel Mann, Marlon Brando, Glenn Ford, Machiko Kyô

The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956)
This comedy-drama is partially a gentle satire on America’s drive to change the world in the post-war years. One year after World War II, Captain Fisby is sent to the village of Tobiki in Okinawa to teach the people democracy. The first step is to build a school – but the wily Okinawans know what they really want. They tell him about their culture and traditions – and persuade him to build something they really want instead: a teahouse. Fisby has a hard time breaking this news to his superiors.

Also Known As (AKA): Casa de Chá do Luar de Agosto, La petite maison de thé, La casa da tè alla luna d’agosto, La casa de té de la luna de agosto, Das kleine Teehaus

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File Name : The Teahouse of the August Moon 1956.mkv
File Size : 2067.9 MB
Resolution : 852×356
Duration : 02:02:57
Video : AVC, 2 152 kb/s, 29.970 (30000/1001) FPS
Audio : AC-3, 192 kb/s (CBR), 48.0 kHz, 2 channels, 1 stream

Quality: DVDRip
Language: English
Subs: English (embedded)
Genre: Comedy, Drama

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