The contrast between her blond hair and her pitch-black eyes are extraordinarily impressive. Although I am
a Japanese and Japanese never have any other color than black for their eyes, her eyes are even blacker than usual
Japanese persons. I think that her figure in the British movie "The Three Lives of Thomasina"(1964) seems
to succeed in showing her natural charm very well. For I truely sense that her warmth and transparency is fully
materialized in this remarkable film. Even her voice is clear and transparent, and, at the same time, very warm.
It's very sad that her movie appearance is nearly limitted to her own country's movies which I feel some difficulty
to obtain to watch these days, and actually the three movies shown above are the only her movies that I've ever