Kenji Mizoguchi: The Life of a Film Director
Kenji Mizoguchi: The Life of a Film Director (Aru eiga-kantoku no shogai) is a 1975 Japanese documentary film on the life and works of director Kenji Mizoguchi, directed by Kaneto Shindo (Onibaba). It runs 150 minutes and can be found on the second disc of the Region 1 Criterion Collection release of Ugetsu (1953).
- Stars:Takako Irie, Daisuke Itô, Kyôko Kagawa, Matsutarô Kawaguchi, Michiyo Kogure, Machiko Kyô, Yasuzô Masumura, Shigeru Miki, Kazuo Miyagawa, Kakuko Mori, Masaichi Nagata, Ganjirô Nakamura, Masashige Narusawa, Kenichi Okamoto, Nobuko Otowa,
- Director:Kaneto Shindô,
- Writer:Kaneto Shindô
Kenji Mizoguchi: The Life of a Film Director (Aru eiga-kantoku no shogai) is a 1975 Japanese documentary film on the life and works of director Kenji Mizoguchi, directed by Kaneto Shindo (Onibaba). It runs 150 minutes and can be found on the second disc of the Region 1 Criterion Collection release of Ugetsu (1953). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kenji Mizoguchi: The Life of a Film Director torrent reviews
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(ca) wrote: 72%Saw this on 9/7/15Waterworld has a terrific work of cinematography(at least when ever they have that boat on screen) and it's sci-fi elements are intriguing at times, but ultimately it becomes too silly. Kevin Costner( unlikely playing an antihero) shares good chemistry with Tina Majorino and Jeanne Tripplehorn gives one of her finest performances, however Dennis Hooper simply stinks.
(ag) wrote: Um, if you like Victorian Poetry and scandalous affairs and Gwyneth Paltrow then you should watch this film. The end.