- Ayako Wakao - Mutsuko
- Jerry Fujio - Hikoichi
- Jun Fujimaki - Yasuo, Kida
- Eiji Funakoshi - Kyosuke
- Juzo Itami - Soratani (Ichizo Itami) (as Ichizo Itami)
- Kaneko Iwasaki - Kinuko
- Sachiko Murase - Hikoichi's mother
- Nobuo Nakamura - Takagi
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“Just as the creative artist is not allowed to choose, neither is he permitted to turn his back on anything: a single refusal, and he is cast out of the state of grace and becomes sinful all the way through.”
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“yet it seems
Life scarce can cast a fragrance on the wind,
Scarce spread a glory to the morning beams,
But the torn petals strew the garden plot;
And theres but common greenness after that.”
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