Hiroshi Shimizu is known for his sensitive depictions of children and childhood. Children in the Wind (1937) is probably his most popular film in Japan, although one of his more lightweight works. Two brothers are ostracized by their friends because their father is unjustly accused of embezzlement. Based on a novel by Joji Tsubota, author of classic coming of age stories. Stars Reikichi Kawamura, Mitsuko Yoshikawa, Takeshi Sakamoto, Fumiko Okamoto, Shu Kasachi, Masao Hayama and Kozo Bakudan. 86 minutes. Region Code 2.