Masaichi Nagata


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Odd Obsession (1959) -- (Movie Clip) It Feels Dark Inside Kenmochi (Ganjiro Nakamura), who thinks no one knows about his regimen of virility treatments, encounters their maid, then his much younger wife Ikuko (Machiko Kyo), then their daughter (Junko Kano), who’s kind of engaged to his doctor, in Kon Ichikawa’s provocative Odd Obsession, 1959.
Odd Obsession (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Jealousy Makes Me Feel Much Younger Only Kenmochi (Ganjiro Nakamura) knows what he’s up to, having gotten his wife (Machiko Kyo) drunk at dinner, exposing her to handsome family friend Kimura (Tatsuya) Nakadai, who’s somewhat involved with his daughter (Junko Kano), all in order to arouse his own passion, in Kon Ichikawa’s Odd Obsession, 1959.
Odd Obsession (1959) -- (Movie Clip) He Is Not A Complete Stranger To Me Director and co-screenwriter Kon Ichikawa’s clever opening, Tatsuya Nakadai as young doctor Kimura, first addressing the camera, then tending to somewhat aged patient Kenmochi (Ganjiro Nakamura), who apparently has virility issues, in Odd Obsession, 1959.
Gate Of Hell (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Who'll Volunteer? Director Teinosuke Kinugasa has established 12th century Japan and a frantic battle sequence, in which loyal courtier Lady Kesa (Michiko Kyo) offers to impersonate her endangered empress, and bombastic samurai Morito (Kazuo Hasegawa) volunteers as her escort, opening Gate Of Hell, 1954.
Gate Of Hell (1954) -- (Movie Clip) She Has Too Much Free Time Machiko Kyo is a married Japanese noblewoman, embarrassed, as word has spread of an admiring samurai, who has requested her hand as a reward, dealing first with a local gossip (Michiko Araki), then her own gracious husband (Waturo Watanabe), in Teinosuke Kinugasa's Gate Of Hell, 1953.
Sansho The Bailiff (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Family Treasure The father (Masao Chimizu) defying the warlords, losing his job as a governor, his wife (Kinuyo Tanaka) and son (Masahiko Kato) learning the consequences, in 11th century Japan, early in Kenji Mizoguchi's Sansho The Bailiff 1954.
Sansho The Bailiff (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Reliable Boatmen Cautious mother (Kinuyo Tanaka), persuaded by the "Priestess" (Kikue Mori) to take shelter for the night, only to find she has designs on the kids (Masahiko Kato, Keiko Enami), in Kenji Mizoguchi's Sansho The Bailiff, 1954.