Mizoguchi


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Mizoguchi

Kenji . 1898--1956, Japanese film director. His films include A Paper Doll's Whisper of Spring (1925), Woman of Osaka (1940), and Ugetsu Monogatari (1952)
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But I am convinced that seeing this Mizoguchi film will enable them to realize the actual strength of Japanese women from ancient times.
Mizoguchi, who was a resident of Minamata, Kumamoto Prefecture, on Japan's southernmost main island of Kyushu, died in 1977 at the age of 77.
Bien que possedant une tonalite fantastique forte, le film de Mizoguchi s'appuie sur une realite historique qui trouve toute sa place dans le recit.
To make up f or his stuttering, Mizoguchi entertains fantasies of a grandiose and narcissistic nature; he imagines himself wreaking cruel revenge on all those who have mocked or tormented him.
Kenji Mizoguchi fue descubierto en Europa y en Estados Unidos en la decada de los 50, aunque llevaba varios anos de trabajo exitoso en Japon.
Born in 1898, Uchida died in 1970 and his films have fallen into the shadows while the work of his contemporaries - Ozu, Naruse, Mizoguchi and, of course, Kurosawa himself - is praised to the heavens.
Public Warehousing is the subject of "a very large and active investigation into criminal and civil fraud involving amounts in the hundreds of millions of dollars," Justice Department lawyer Brian Mizoguchi told a Federal Claims Court judge in Washington last June, according to the Journal.
El director de la revista se llamaba Mizoguchi Aori.
La retrospectiva de Kaneto Shindo, organizada por la Cineteca Nacional en colaboracion con la embajada del Japon, incluye varias de las cintas mas representativas de este cineasta nipon cuya obra fue conocida en Occidente aun antes de Mizoguchi, de quien fue guionista y asistente de produccion.
We thank Tomoko Mizoguchi for secretarial assistance.
The DVD includes a 14-minute appreciation of ``Ugetsu'' by director Masahiro Shinoda, a documentary on the filmmaker (who died in 1956), and a 72-page book with an essay by film critic Phillip Lopate and three short stories that influenced Mizoguchi in making the film.
62 Michael Hoey, Arjun Atwal (Ind); 63 Matthew Cort, Chris Williams; 64 Ron Won (USA), Scott Barr, Andrew Buckle, Eiji Mizoguchi (Jpn), Gaurav Ghei (Ind); 65 Boonchu Ruangkit (Tha), Sam Walker, Sam Little, Johan Skold (Swe), Roope Kakko (Fin), Mike Cunning (USA), Nicolas Colsaerts (Bel), Shiv Kapur (Ind), Mardan Mamat (Sin).