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Best Silent Japanese Films

In the world of Japanese cinema, the silent era stands out due to its storytelling that transcends the spoken word, unfolding through the art of visuals and human expressions. From the bustling harbors of Yokohama to the intimate confines of domestic life, each entry on this list captures a facet of Japanese culture and the universal themes that connect us all. These films, devoid of dialogue and reliant on the power of imagery, gesture, and expression, offer a window into the human condition, drawing audiences into tales of love, struggle, and self-discovery.
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I Was Born, But..... (1932)
I Was Born, But..... (1932)
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A Page of Madness (1926)
A Page of Madness (1926)
3
A Story of Floating Weeds (1934)
A Story of Floating Weeds (1934)
4
An Inn in Tokyo (1935)
An Inn in Tokyo (1935)
5
Japanese Girls at the Harbor (1933)
Japanese Girls at the Harbor (1933)
6
Every-Night Dreams (1933)
Every-Night Dreams (1933)
7
Apart From You (1933)
Apart From You (1933)
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Tokyo Chorus (1931)
Tokyo Chorus (1931)
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Passing Fancy (1933)
Passing Fancy (1933)
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The Water Magician (1933)
The Water Magician (1933)
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