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A young widow, Noriko, lives with her senile father-in-law, Shukichi, on a farm. He believes his favorite cow, long gone, is still alive. Noriko pretends to be the cow and lets him milk her – a satisfying arrangement for them both. Shukichi’s daughter discovers their bizarre relationship and tries to put an end to it. It’s known as director Goto’s (Scorpion’s Revenge, Zero Woman) best film.


Directed by Daisuke Goto.
Starring Ryoko Asagi, Yumeka Sasaki, Horyu Nakamura, and Seiji Nakamitsu
Running time: 61 minutes
Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: English, French
Release Year: 2003


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Japanese Language with English and French Subtitles
Widescreen Presentation
Featurette: An Interview with Director Daisuke Goto
Featurette: An Interview with Producer Yutaka “Mr. Pink” Ikejima
Featurette: An Interview with Cinematographer Masahide Iioka
Featurette: What is Pink Eiga?
Daisuke Goto’s Director Notes
International Trailers
Original Artwork
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Austin Fantastic Festival (Austin, TX) 2008
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What critics are saying about “A Lonely Cow Weeps at Dawn”


“Though Goto’s film occasionally teat-ers on the ridiculous, it is nonetheless out-standing in its field, and quite unlike any udder.”   – Jasper Sharp, Midnight Eye (Full review HERE)


if you’re looking for a truly original and unorthodox love story then this fits the bill perfectly.”  - Chris Magee, J-Film Pow Wow (Full review HERE)


“To call the film twisted and leave it at that isn’t doing the picture justice. There’s more here than simple taboo busting and exploitative shock value, in fact, there’s a very effective sense of sadness and loneliness to the story that gives it a very humanitarian slant. ”  - Ian Jane, Rock! Shock! Pop! (Full review HERE)



Check out some more reviews of A Lonely Cow Weeps At Dawn, including ones in French, Finnish and German right HERE


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