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Tanaka Kinuyo

A new assessment of the importance of the lex Aquilia (wrongful damage to property) on Roman law in Britain

Author : Irene Gonzalez-Lopez

Release : 2018-05-31

Publisher : Edinburgh University Press

ISBN : 1474409709

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A new assessment of the importance of the lex Aquilia (wrongful damage to property) on Roman law in Britain

A New History of Japanese Cinema

In this film Tanaka Kinuyo plays a young widowed nurse with a small child who,
after many misadventures, marries the wealthy son and heir apparent of the
hospital where she works. Although depicted as a skilled nurse, the heroine still ...

Author : Isolde Standish

Release : 2006-05-08

Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN : 1441161546

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In A New History of Japanese Cinema Isolde Standish focuses on the historical development of Japanese film. She details an industry and an art form shaped by the competing and merging forces of traditional culture and of economic and technological innovation. Adopting a thematic, exploratory approach, Standish links the concept of Japanese cinema as a system of communication with some of the central discourses of the twentieth century: modernism, nationalism, humanism, resistance, and gender. After an introduction outlining the earliest years of cinema in Japan, Standish demonstrates cinema's symbolic position in Japanese society in the 1930s - as both a metaphor and a motor of modernity. Moving into the late thirties and early forties, Standish analyses cinema's relationship with the state-focusing in particular on the war and occupation periods. The book's coverage of the post-occupation period looks at "romance" films in particular. Avant-garde directors came to the fore during the 1960s and early seventies, and their work is discussed in depth. The book concludes with an investigation of genre and gender in mainstream films of recent years. In grappling with Japanese film history and criticism, most western commentators have concentrated on offering interpretations of what have come to be considered "classic" films. A New History of Japanese Cinema takes a genuinely innovative approach to the subject, and should prove an essential resource for many years to come.

Heroic with Grace

These features are especially evident in Takamine ' s treatment of the two most
significant women in the second volume , the novelist and social critic Ariyoshi
Sawako ( see chapter 8 of this book ) , and the actress Tanaka Kinuyo ( 1910 - 77
) .

Author : Chieko Irie Mulhern

Release : 1991-07

Publisher : M.E. Sharpe

ISBN : 9780765632654

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This book presents the lives and times of eight Japanese women who epitomize the tragedies and triumphs of eight characteristically female roles. In examining the lives of Empress Jingu (mythological), Jito Tenno Murasaki Shikibu, Tomoe Gozen (twelfth century), Hojo Masako, Hani Motoko, Takamine Hideko, and Ariyoshi Sawako, the contributors provide a mosaic of Japanese history and culture that encompasses issues of women's status in various stages of Japanese history, the social climate conducive to positive female roles, the concept of Japanes womanhood in relation to the male hero types of each age, and the popular need for strong female figures. It is the examination of the legends that have accured to the historical presence of these women that sets this book apart.

The Imperial Screen

War was just a new backdrop for the ongoing screen flirtation of the nation ' s top
box office duo : Suzuki Denmei and Tanaka Kinuyo . Suzuki , with his slicked
back hair and Hollywood good looks , was an icon of the new mobo - moga ...

Author : Peter B. High

Release : 2003

Publisher : Univ of Wisconsin Press

ISBN : 9780299181345

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From the late 1920s through World War II, film became a crucial tool in the state of Japan. Detailing the way Japanese directors, scriptwriters, company officials, and bureaucrats colluded to produce films that supported the war effort, The Imperial Screen is a highly-readable account of the realities of cultural life in wartime Japan. Widely hailed as "epoch-making" by the Japanese press, it presents the most comprehensive survey yet published of "national policy" films, relating their montage and dramatic structures to the cultural currents, government policies, and propaganda goals of the era. Peter B. High's treatment of the Japanese film world as a microcosm of the entire sphere of Japanese wartime culture demonstrates what happens when conscientious artists and intellectuals become enmeshed in a totalitarian regime.

Encyclopaedia of International Aviation Law

Nobuyuki Tanaka; Kinuyo Tanaka; Yukiko Tanaka; Makiko Tanaka, Plaintiffs-
Appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; UAL Corporation, Defendants-Appellees. Koja
Teshima; Kumiko Teshima, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. United Airlines, Inc.; UAL ...

Author : PHILIP FORSANG NDIKUM

Release : 2013-05-31

Publisher : Trafford Publishing

ISBN : 146699455X

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The four volumes of the Encyclopaedia of International Aviation Law are intended for students, lawyers, judges, scholars and readers of all backgrounds with an interest in Aviation Law; and to provide the definitive corpus of relevant national and regional legislation, including global aviation treaties and legislation to enable all readers without exception, to develop the background, knowledge and tools to understand local, regional and international Aviation Law in contextual fashion. The first volume has a detailed text of country legislation, including national cases and materials whilst the second, third and fourth volumes focus on International Aviation Law Treaties, international cases and materials and Aircraft Refueling Indemnity (TAR BOX) Agreements.

Modern Girls, Shining Stars, the Skies of Tokyo

Takamine more easily finds a place beside the actress Tanaka Kinuyo, who was
born in 1909 and died in 1977. Although Tanaka came from an established
middle-class family, she had no difficulty living among the less elegant shomin ...

Author : Phyllis Birnbaum

Release : 1999-03-08

Publisher : Columbia University Press

ISBN : 9780231500029

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The stunning biographical portraits in Modern Girls, Shining Stars, the Skies of Tokyo, some adapted from essays that first appeared in The New Yorker, explore the lives of five women who did their best to stand up and cause more trouble than was considered proper in Japanese society. Their lives stretch across a century and a half of explosive cultural and political transformations in Japan. These five artists-two actresses, two writers, and a painter-were noted for their talents, their beauty, and their love affairs rather than for any association with politics. But through the fearlessness of their art and their private lives, they influenced the attitudes of their times and challenged the status quo. Phyllis Birnbaum presents her subjects from various perspectives, allowing them to shine forth in all of their contradictory brilliance: generous and petulant, daring and timid, prudent and foolish. There is Matsui Sumako, the actress who introduced Ibsen's Nora and Wilde's Salome to Japanese audiences but is best remembered for her ambition, obstreperous temperament and turbulent love life. We also meet Takamura Chieko, a promising but ultimately disappointed modernist painter whose descent into mental illness was immortalized in poetry by a husband who may well have been the source of her troubles. In a startling act of rebellion, the sensitive, aristocratic poet Yanagiwara Byakuren left her crude and powerful husband, eloped with her revolutionary lover, and published her request for a divorce in the newspapers. Uno Chiyo was a popular novelist who preferred to be remembered for the romantic wars she fought. Willful, shrewd, and ambitious, Uno struggled for sexual liberation and literary merit. Birnbaum concludes by exploring the life and career of Takamine Hideko, a Japanese film star who portrayed wholesome working-class heroines in hundreds of films, working with such directors as Naruse, Kinoshita, Ozu, and Kurosawa. Angry about a childhood spent working to provide for greedy relatives, Takamine nevertheless made peace with her troubled past and was rewarded for years of hard work with a brilliant career. Drawing on fictional accounts, interviews, memoirs, newspaper reports, and the creative works of her subjects, Birnbaum has created vivid, seamless narrative portraits of these five remarkable women.

Kenji Mizoguchi and the Art of Japanese Cinema

Kuwano Michiko ( left ) , Tanaka Kinuyo ( centre ) and Miura Mitsuko ( in front of
Tanaka ) in The Victory of Women ( 1946 ) . 15 . Tanaka Kinuyo ( left ) and
Miyake Kuniko in My Love Burns ( 1949 ) . 16 . Tanaka Kinuyo ( left ) and
Yamamura So ...

Author : Tadao Sato

Release : 2008-07-15

Publisher : Berg Publishers

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Kenji Mizoguchi is one of the three acclaimed masters--together with Yasujiro Ozu and Akira Kurosawa--of Japanese cinema. Ten years in the making, Kenji Mizoguchi and the Art of Japanese Cinema is the definitive guide to the life and work of one of the greatest film-makers of the 20th century. Born at the end of the 19th Century into a wealthy family, Mizoguchi's early life influenced the themes he would take up in his work. His father's ambitious business ventures failed and the family fell into poverty. His mother died and his beloved sister was sold into a geisha house. Her earnings paid for Mizoguchi's education. Weak and deluded men, and strong, self-sacrificing women--these were to become the obsessive motifs of Mizoguchi's films. Mizoguchi's apprenticeship in cinema was peculiarly Japanese. His concerns--the role of women and the realist representation of the inequities of Japanese society--were not. Through two World Wars, Japan's culture changed. Though censored, Mizoguchi continued to produce films. It was only in the 1950s that Mizoguchi's astonishing cinematic vision became widely known outside Japan. Kenji Mizoguchi and the Art of Japanese Cinema tells the full story of this famously perfectionist, even tyrannical, director. Mizoguchi's key films, cinematographic techniques and his social and aesthetic concerns are all discussed and set in the context of Japan's changing popular and political culture.

Directoyr of World Cinema: Japan 2

stardom Kinuyo tanaKa When fans of Japanese film hear the name Kinuyo
Tanaka,. Kinuyo Tanaka in Sansho the Bailiff. Ornamental Hairpin, 00:50:26, The
Criterion Collection (USA). 40 Japan2 Directory of World Cinema Stardom and ...

Author : John Berra

Release : 2012

Publisher : Intellect Books

ISBN : 184150551X

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Building on and bringing up to date the material presented in the first installment of Directory of World Cinema: Japan, this volume continues the exploration of the enduring classics, cult favorites, and contemporary blockbusters of Japanese cinema with new contributions from leading critics and film scholars. Among the additions to this volume are in-depth treatments of two previously unexplored genres--youth cinema and films depicting lower-class settings--considered alongside discussions of popular narrative forms, including J-Horror, samurai cinema, anime, and the Japanese New Wave. Accompanying the critical essays in this volume are more than 150 new film reviews, complemented by full-color film stills, and significantly expanded references for further study. From the Golden Age to the film festival favorites of today, Directory of World Cinema: Japan 2 completes this comprehensive treatment of a consistently fascinating national cinema.

Dekalog 4

... feature, Tanaka Kinuyo (1910–77), a top star from the silent film period, made
her directorial debut with Love Letter (1953). Tanaka's film focuses on a male
hero who writes love letters forJapanese wives left behind by American sol- diers.

Author : Kate E. Taylor-Jones

Release : 2012-05-29

Publisher : Columbia University Press

ISBN : 0231501749

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East Asian cinema has become a worldwide phenonemon, and directors such as Park Chan-wook, Wong Kar Wai, and Takashi Miike have become household names. Dekalog 4: On East Asian Filmmakers solicits scholars from Japan, Hong Kong, Switzerland, North America, and the U.K. to offer unique readings of selected East Asian directors and their works. Directors examined include Zhang Yimou, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Rithy Panh, Kinji Fukasaku, and Jia Zhangke, and the volume includes one of the first surveys of Japanese and Chinese female filmmakers, providing singular insight into East Asian film and the filmmakers that have brought it global recognition.

Sayonara Amerika, Sayonara Nippon

... 63, 65, 160,270n.41 Taiyō-zoku (Sun Tribe; film genre), 87, 195 Takami Jun,
20 Takamine Hideko, 43,232n.31 Takeuchi Yoshimi, 66 talent management, 65,
85, 140 Tanabe Shōchi, 137, 141, 142, 148 Tanaka Kakuei, 92 Tanaka Kinuyo, ...

Author : Michael Bourdaghs

Release : 2012-02-21

Publisher : Columbia University Press

ISBN : 0231530269

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From the beginning of the American Occupation in 1945 to the post-bubble period of the early 1990s, popular music provided Japanese listeners with a much-needed release, channeling their desires, fears, and frustrations into a pleasurable and fluid art. Pop music allowed Japanese artists and audiences to assume various identities, reflecting the country's uncomfortable position under American hegemony and its uncertainty within ever-shifting geopolitical realities. In the first English-language study of this phenomenon, Michael K. Bourdaghs considers genres as diverse as boogie-woogie, rockabilly, enka, 1960s rock and roll, 1970s new music, folk, and techno-pop. Reading these forms and their cultural import through music, literary, and cultural theory, he introduces readers to the sensual moods and meanings of modern Japan. As he unpacks the complexities of popular music production and consumption, Bourdaghs interprets Japan as it worked through (or tried to forget) its imperial past. These efforts grew even murkier as Japanese pop migrated to the nation's former colonies. In postwar Japan, pop music both accelerated and protested the commodification of everyday life, challenged and reproduced gender hierarchies, and insisted on the uniqueness of a national culture, even as it participated in an increasingly integrated global marketplace. Each chapter in Sayonara Amerika, Sayonara Nippon examines a single genre through a particular theoretical lens: the relation of music to liberation; the influence of cultural mapping on musical appreciation; the role of translation in transmitting musical genres around the globe; the place of noise in music and its relation to historical change; the tenuous connection between ideologies of authenticity and imitation; the link between commercial success and artistic integrity; and the function of melodrama. Bourdaghs concludes with a look at recent Japanese pop music culture.

Horror and the Horror Film

... 207 taboos 177, 188 Takemitsu, Téru 1 15 Talalay, Rachel 151 Talbott, Gloria
53 tana leaves 12849 Tanaka, Kinuyo 1 14415 Tarantula 10, 20421, 23, 30431,
64, 6647, 73, 7748, 90 taxonomy viii4ix, xi, 47 Teague, Lewis 68 teenagers 8243,
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Author : Bruce F. Kawin

Release : 2012-06-25

Publisher : Anthem Press

ISBN : 0857282417

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Horror films can be profound fables of human nature and important works of art, yet many people dismiss them out of hand. ‘Horror and the Horror Film’ conveys a mature appreciation for horror films along with a comprehensive view of their narrative strategies, their relations to reality and fantasy and their cinematic power. The volume covers the horror film and its subgenres – such as the vampire movie – from 1896 to the present. It covers the entire genre by considering every kind of monster in it, including the human.

Translating Mount Fuji

... of the archetype, which was most famously embodied by a number of actresses
—Hara Setsuko, Tanaka Kinuyo (who portrayed Michiko in Mizoguchi's film
version), and Takamine Hideko—was able to bear the weight of postwar
aspirations, ...

Author : Dennis Washburn

Release : 2006-11-07

Publisher : Columbia University Press

ISBN : 0231511159

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Dennis Washburn traces the changing character of Japanese national identity in the works of six major authors: Ueda Akinari, Natsume S?seki, Mori ?gai, Yokomitsu Riichi, ?oka Shohei, and Mishima Yukio. By focusing on certain interconnected themes, Washburn illuminates the contradictory desires of a nation trapped between emulating the West and preserving the traditions of Asia. Washburn begins with Ueda's Ugetsu monogatari (Tales of Moonlight and Rain) and its preoccupation with the distant past, a sense of loss, and the connection between values and identity. He then considers the use of narrative realism and the metaphor of translation in Soseki's Sanshiro; the relationship between ideology and selfhood in Ogai's Seinen; Yokomitsu Riichi's attempt to synthesize the national and the cosmopolitan; Ooka Shohei's post-World War II representations of the ethical and spiritual crises confronting his age; and Mishima's innovative play with the aesthetics of the inauthentic and the artistry of kitsch. Washburn's brilliant analysis teases out common themes concerning the illustration of moral and aesthetic values, the crucial role of autonomy and authenticity in defining notions of culture, the impact of cultural translation on ideas of nation and subjectivity, the ethics of identity, and the hybrid quality of modern Japanese society. He pinpoints the persistent anxiety that influenced these authors' writings, a struggle to translate rhetorical forms of Western literature while preserving elements of the pre-Meiji tradition. A unique combination of intellectual history and critical literary analysis, Translating Mount Fuji recounts the evolution of a conflict that inspired remarkable literary experimentation and achievement.

The Big Screen

... Lee, 474 Tamiroff, Akim, 76 Tanaka, Kinuyo, 304 Tandy, Jessica, 277, 278, 423
Tapert, Annette, 174 Taradash, Daniel, 275 Tarantino, Quentin, 206, 363, 480–85
, 488 Targets (1968), 394 Tarkington, Booth, 167 Tarkovsky, Andrei, 207–208, ...

Author : David Thomson

Release : 2012-10-16

Publisher : Farrar, Straus and Giroux

ISBN : 1466827718

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The Big Screen tells the enthralling story of the movies: their rise and spread, their remarkable influence over us, and the technology that made the screen—smaller now, but ever more ubiquitous—as important as the images it carries. The Big Screen is not another history of the movies. Rather, it is a wide-ranging narrative about the movies and their signal role in modern life. At first, film was a waking dream, the gift of appearance delivered for a nickel to huddled masses sitting in the dark. But soon, and abruptly, movies began transforming our societies and our perceptions of the world. The celebrated film authority David Thomson takes us around the globe, through time, and across many media—moving from Eadweard Muybridge to Steve Jobs, from Sunrise to I Love Lucy, from John Wayne to George Clooney, from television commercials to streaming video—to tell the complex, gripping, paradoxical story of the movies. He tracks the ways we were initially enchanted by movies as imitations of life—the stories, the stars, the look—and how we allowed them to show us how to live. At the same time, movies, offering a seductive escape from everyday reality and its responsibilities, have made it possible for us to evade life altogether. The entranced audience has become a model for powerless and anxiety-ridden citizens trying to pursue happiness and dodge terror by sitting quietly in a dark room. Does the big screen take us out into the world, or merely mesmerize us? That is Thomson's question in this grand adventure of a book. Books about the movies are often aimed at film buffs, but this passionate and provocative feat of storytelling is vital to anyone trying to make sense of the age of screens—the age that, more than ever, we are living in.

Japanese Cinema

O-Haru (Tanaka Kinuyo) and Katsunosuke (Mifune Toshiro ̄), her suitor, may
not triumph. Yet even the possibility of their freely choosing each other suggests
transcendence. He portrayed, Mizoguchi remarked, 'what should not be possible
in ...

Author : Alastair Phillips

Release : 2007-12-18

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1134334222

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Japanese Cinema includes twenty-four chapters on key films of Japanese cinema, from the silent era to the present day, providing a comprehensive introduction to Japanese cinema history and Japanese culture and society. Studying a range of important films, from Late Spring, Seven Samurai and In the Realm of the Senses to Godzilla, Hana-Bi and Ring, the collection includes discussion of all the major directors of Japanese cinema including Ozu, Mizoguchi, Kurosawa, Oshima, Suzuki, Kitano and Miyazaki. Each chapter discusses the film in relation to aesthetic, industrial or critical issues and ends with a complete filmography for each director. The book also includes a full glossary of terms and a comprehensive bibliography of readings on Japanese cinema. Bringing together leading international scholars and showcasing pioneering new research, this book is essential reading for all students and general readers interested in one of the world’s most important film industries.

Rising Sun, Divided Land

Starring lead actress Tanaka Kinuyo, the film achieved huge acclaim and soon
all the studios had embraced the new sound technology. Famous and iconic
Japanese directors such as Ozu Yasujirō, Yamanaka Sadeo and Mizoguchi Kenji
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Author : Kate E. Taylor-Jones

Release : 2013-07-16

Publisher : Columbia University Press

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Rising Sun and Divided Land provides a comprehensive, scholarly examination of the historical background, films, and careers of selected Korean and Japanese film directors. It examines eight directors: Fukasaku Kinji, Im Kwon-teak, Kawase Naomi, Miike Takashi, Lee Chang-dong, Kitano Takeshi, Park Chan-wook, and Kim Ki-duk and considers their work as reflections of personal visions and as films that engage with globalization, colonialism, nationalism, race, gender, history, and the contemporary state of Japan and South Korea. Each chapter is followed by a short analysis of a selected film, and the volume as a whole includes a cinematic overview of Japan and South Korea and a list of suggestions for further reading and viewing.

Japanese Tea Culture

... 159 Takemitsu Toru 152 Takeno Jōō 8, 20; Sakai tea gathering 18–19; tea
utensils 20–1, 23–4, 49, 50, 94 Takuan Sōhō 89 The Tale of Genji 164, 173
Tanabe Chikuhosai 122, 124 Tanaka Kinuyo 152, 153, 175–6 Tani Sasuke 96
Tanimura, ...

Author : Morgan Pitelka

Release : 2013-10-16

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1134535384

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From its origins as a distinct set of ritualised practices in the sixteenth century to its international expansion in the twentieth, tea culture has had a major impact on artistic production, connoisseurship, etiquette, food, design and more recently, on notions of Japaneseness. The authors dispel the myths around the development of tea practice, dispute the fiction of the dominance of aesthetics over politics in tea, and demonstrate that writing history has always been an integral part of tea culture.

The New Biographical Dictionary of Film

Jules Dassin); Lord Jim (65, Richard Brooks); Marie-Chantal Contre le Kinuyo
Tanaka Docteur Kha (65, Claude Chabrol). After the Fox (66, de Sica); Great
Catherine (68, Gordon Flemyng), and Then Came Bronson (70, william A.
Graham).

Author : David Thomson

Release : 2014-05-06

Publisher : Knopf

ISBN : 1101874708

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For almost thirty years, David Thomson’s Biographical Dictionary of Film has been not merely “the finest reference book ever written about movies” (Graham Fuller, Interview), not merely the “desert island book” of art critic David Sylvester, not merely “a great, crazy masterpiece” (Geoff Dyer, The Guardian), but also “fiendishly seductive” (Greil Marcus, Rolling Stone). This new edition updates the older entries and adds 30 new ones: Darren Aronofsky, Emmanuelle Beart, Jerry Bruckheimer, Larry Clark, Jennifer Connelly, Chris Cooper, Sofia Coppola, Alfonso Cuaron, Richard Curtis, Sir Richard Eyre, Sir Michael Gambon, Christopher Guest, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Spike Jonze, Wong Kar-Wai, Laura Linney, Tobey Maguire, Michael Moore, Samantha Morton, Mike Myers, Christopher Nolan, Dennis Price, Adam Sandler, Kevin Smith, Kiefer Sutherland, Charlize Theron, Larry Wachowski and Andy Wachowski, Lew Wasserman, Naomi Watts, and Ray Winstone. In all, the book includes more than 1300 entries, some of them just a pungent paragraph, some of them several thousand words long. In addition to the new “musts,” Thomson has added key figures from film history–lively anatomies of Graham Greene, Eddie Cantor, Pauline Kael, Abbott and Costello, Noël Coward, Hoagy Carmichael, Dorothy Gish, Rin Tin Tin, and more. Here is a great, rare book, one that encompasses the chaos of art, entertainment, money, vulgarity, and nonsense that we call the movies. Personal, opinionated, funny, daring, provocative, and passionate, it is the one book that every filmmaker and film buff must own. Time Out named it one of the ten best books of the 1990s. Gavin Lambert recognized it as “a work of imagination in its own right.” Now better than ever–a masterwork by the man playwright David Hare called “the most stimulating and thoughtful film critic now writing.”

Mizoguchi Kenji

UTAMARO O MEGURO GONIN NO ONNO ( UTAMARO AND HIS PIVE WOMEN ;
CINQ FEMMES AUTOUR D ' UTAMARO ) . Sc : Yoda Yoshikata , based on the
story by Kunieda Kanji ; L . p : Bando Minnosuke , Bando Kotaro , Tanaka Kinuyo
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Author : Peter Morris

Release : 1967

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淸水宏101年紀念展

Shimizu was married to Tanaka kinuyo. but how were things at the studio after
they divorced? He would pompously call her by her first name, 'Kinuyo, Kinuyo!"
Because Ms. Tanaka was that sort of person, she would say, "Yes," but inside I'm
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Author : 邱淑婷

Release : 2004

Publisher :

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