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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Art Director (feature film)

1.
Samurai (Part III) (1967) as Art Director
Musashi Miyamoto, a wandering samurai, is challenged to a duel by his rival, Kojiro Sasaki.
2.
Chushingura (1963) as Art Director
A young lord attempts to combat the official corruption endemic to the Shogunate, only to be placed in an impossible conflict of duties. He refuses to bribe a Chancelor who is responsible for teaching him the etiquette to receive the Shogun's envoys. The Chancelor goads him into drawing his sword when the envoys are present, a crime punishable by death. The young lord's vassals are ordered to break up his estate, and his samurai to disband. To obey the Shogun, they must follow orders, but to be loyal to their master and to elemental fairness, they must revenge him. The conflict of obligations is the essential dilemma of Japanese society, which is why this is their national epic. The story is richly woven. Worth seeing just for the supremely gorgeous art works, buildings and costumes of 18th century Japan.
3.
Buddha (1963) as Art Director
4.
Ballad of Narayama (1961) as Art Director
Honoring an ancient custom in an impoverished Japanese village, a son leads his aging mother up a mountain top to leave her there abandoned.
5.
The Bailiff (1954) as Art Director
The children of a deposed governor in medieval Japan fight to reunite their family.
6.
Gan (1953) as Art Direction
As Otama, a young woman who, in order to support her father is trapped into becoming the mistress of a middle-aged pawnbroker, she captures the essence of a caged bird. Otama is a thinker and a watcher, capable of looking inward at herself and outward at her situation at the same time. Thus, when she falls in love with a young student who passes by her house every day, she can both indulge and deny herself that love.

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