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Also Known As: Died: April 14, 2001
Born: January 28, 1927 Cause of Death: leukemia
Birth Place: Japan Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Basara: Princess Goh (1992) as Director
A lavish epic, set in late 16th-century Japan, about the relationship between tea ceremony master Oribe, defiant and beautiful Princess Goh, and oppressive Lord Hideyoshi. Oribe, appointed successor of Rikyu, challenges the aesthetic tradition with his audacious visionary style and iconoclastic idea
2.
Rikyu (1989) as Director
The Buddhist monk Sen-no Rikyu, tea master to the warrior Hideyoshi Toyotomi, is forced to commit hara-kiri after disagreeing with Toyotomi's plan to invade China.
3.
Antonio Gaudi (1986) as Director
The camera explores the buildings of Spanish architect and sculptor Antonio Gaudi.
4.
Summer Soldiers (1971) as Director
5.
The Face of Another (1967) as Director
After a fire scars him, a businessman tries to build a new life behind a mask.
6.
Woman in the Dunes (1964) as Director
A mysterious woman spends her time preventing her home from being swallowed by sand dunes.

Cast (feature film)

7.
Music for the Movies: Toru Takemitsu (1993)
A behind-the-scenes look at Toru Takemitsu, one of the world's most celebrated contemporary composers who had a great influence on Japan's New Wave Cinema.

Cinematography (feature film)

8.
Summer Soldiers (1971) as Cinematographer

Writer (feature film)

9.
Basara: Princess Goh (1992) as Screenwriter
A lavish epic, set in late 16th-century Japan, about the relationship between tea ceremony master Oribe, defiant and beautiful Princess Goh, and oppressive Lord Hideyoshi. Oribe, appointed successor of Rikyu, challenges the aesthetic tradition with his audacious visionary style and iconoclastic idea
10.
Rikyu (1989) as Screenwriter
The Buddhist monk Sen-no Rikyu, tea master to the warrior Hideyoshi Toyotomi, is forced to commit hara-kiri after disagreeing with Toyotomi's plan to invade China.

Producer (feature film)

11.
Basara: Princess Goh (1992) as Executive Producer
A lavish epic, set in late 16th-century Japan, about the relationship between tea ceremony master Oribe, defiant and beautiful Princess Goh, and oppressive Lord Hideyoshi. Oribe, appointed successor of Rikyu, challenges the aesthetic tradition with his audacious visionary style and iconoclastic idea
12.
Antonio Gaudi (1986) as Producer
The camera explores the buildings of Spanish architect and sculptor Antonio Gaudi.

Editing (feature film)

13.
Antonio Gaudi (1986) as Editor
The camera explores the buildings of Spanish architect and sculptor Antonio Gaudi.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

14.
Rikyu (1989)
The Buddhist monk Sen-no Rikyu, tea master to the warrior Hideyoshi Toyotomi, is forced to commit hara-kiri after disagreeing with Toyotomi's plan to invade China.
15.
Rikyu (1989)
The Buddhist monk Sen-no Rikyu, tea master to the warrior Hideyoshi Toyotomi, is forced to commit hara-kiri after disagreeing with Toyotomi's plan to invade China.

Cast (special)

16.
Dream Window: Reflections on the Japanese Garden (1992)
A documentary exploring the powerful effect Japanese gardens have had on the people who have come in contact with them.

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