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Marital Relations (夫婦善哉, Meoto zenzai), also known as Love is Shared Like Sweets, is a 1955 Japanese drama film directed by Shirō Toyoda, starring Hisaya Morishige and Chikage Awashima. It is an adaptation of the 1940 novel of the same name by Sakunosuke Oda.
|Directed by||Shirō Toyoda|
|Produced by||Ichiro Sato|
|Edited by||Kōichi Iwashita|
|Music by||Ikuma Dan|
Marital Relations tells the story of a couple, a disinherited son of a shopkeeper and his geisha mistress, in Osaka in the early Shōwa era.
Marital Relations received the Blue Ribbon Awards for Best Director, Best Actor (Morishige) and Best Actress (Awashima), and the Mainichi Film Concours for Best Actor and Best Screenplay (Yasumi Toshio). It ranked second (after Mikio Naruse's Floating Clouds) on the list of the year's ten best films of Kinema Junpō.
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- Marital Relations at IMDb
- "夫婦善哉 (Meoto zenzai)". eiga.com (in Japanese). Retrieved 18 September 2021.