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Cast (feature film)

Snow Prince (2009)
Ten-year-old Sota lives with his grandfather and a dog named Chibi in a small snowy village. They live in such poverty that Sota cannot even afford to go to school, but as rough as their situation is, Sota never holds a grudge against anyone and keeps close to his heart the dream of one day becoming
Ore Wa, Kimi No Tame Ni Koso Shini Ni Iku (2007)
Centers around Japan's famed kamikaze pilots.
Kah-Chan (2001) as Okatsu
In 18th century Edo, mother Okatsu presides over her family of 5 children, grown-up but living at home. As Okatsu manages the household finances and resolves minor quarrels, her family is given a daily sense of her patient, benevolent outlook.
Tenkawa Densetsu Satsujin Jiken (1991)
The patriarch of a bickering family announces his retirement, stirring competition about who will succeed him as a leading practitioner of Noh theater, his granddaughter or grandson.
Shikibu Monogatari (1990) as Priestess Chisu
After suffering a mental breakdown, a young man experiences a spiritual awakening.
The Makioka Sisters (1983) as Tsuruko--Oldest Sister
As Japanese society changes, four sisters gather each year to watch the cherry blossoms bloom.
Jo-bachi (1978)
Mastermind (1976)
Zero Mostel plays an inspector on the trail of criminals who have captured a robot called Chatze(sp?) played by Felix Silas. The inspector has delusions that he is a great Samurai warrior and the movie flashes back and forth between present day and ancient times.
The Yakuza (1974)
Trying to help a kidnapped girl puts a private eye on the wrong side of the Yakuza.
Kaseki (1974) as Woman
Yakusoku (1972) as Keiko
The Uninhibited (1968) as Nora
Vincent (Hardy Kruger), a young man from Paris, arrives at the small Spanish village of Caldeya. where his has been loaned a home by his friend, Reginald (Maurice Teynac.) He meets Pascal Regnier (James Mason), a novelist engaged in pursuits of drinking and love affairs, who spends his summers in Caldeya with his son, Daniel (Didier Haudepin.) Regnier introduces Vincent to Jenny (Melina Meecouri), local nightclub owner, who has already received a wire from Reginald asking ger to look after his friend. Vincent and Jenny fall in love and plan a trip to Barcelona together, a trip they take in spite of Reginald's arrival. However, the shadow of Reginald comes between them and they accept the fact that their love is doomed to failure.
Kwaidan (1965) as The woman
Four stories mix love and the supernatural in exotic settings.
The Inheritance (1964) as Yasuko
Told that he has only six months to live, a millionaire industrialist instructs an employee to locate his three illegitimate children, intending to make one of them his heir.
Rififi in Tokyo (1963) as Asami
Van Ekken, an old gangster, arrives in Tokyo to direct a bank hold-up, to get a very valuable diamond, so big it's named Titan. Riquet was to be his second-in-command, but a rival gang shoots him down before the big day. Marsen, Riquet's friend, substitutes for him. Fran├žoise, the companion of another gang member, will compromise the attack to the vault, but eventually they get past that. Yet, not all the gangsters will make it out of the security vault - and Van Ekken, caught, and having lost face, will do as an old Samurai...
Her Brother (1960)
Yukiguni (1957)
It's a man's world. Shimamura, an artist, comes to this snowbound town to rejuvenate himself. He connects with Komako, a geisha he met on a previous trip, and it seems like love. She's the foster daughter of a local family, almost engaged to the family's son Yukio, now dying of consumption. He's tended by his sister Yuko who's angry at Komako for abandoning her brother. Shimamura returns to Tokyo but promises he will be back soon. In anticipation of his return, Komako breaks with her patron and her family loses their home. Complications arise when Shimamura doesn't come back as promised. Then Komako discovers that he and Yuko knew each other in Tokyo. Can Komako escape destiny?
Early Spring (1956)
Boredom at work and at home propels a young clerk into an affair with the office flirt. When his wife discovers his indiscretion, she leaves him.

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