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“The music by Yoko Kanno and Hajime Mizoguchi is excellent.”
“You can split the two-month event into four main elements: back-to-back mini-retrospectives of three towering directors – Kenji Mizoguchi, Takeshi Kitano and Akira Kurosawa – and to start with, a round-up of contemporary Japanese women's cinema, including new arrivals like rock sisterhood tale Nana and eccentric comedy Instant Swamp, plus a colourful look into Tokyo's adult-entertainment industry with Lala Pipo and a special cosplay screening of cult dress up hit Kamikaze Girls.”
“And one of the local “art cinemas” exposed me to the canon of world cinema: Bergman, Fellini, Kurosawa, Mizoguchi, and the rest of the gang.”
“Ms. Tanaka 1909-77 starred in 15 Kenji Mizoguchi films, but next week she's a "Dragnet Girl.”
“Those who cherish Japanese cinema for its matchless ability to depict lives of quiet desperation rightly revere the directors Yasujiro Ozu and Kenji Mizoguchi.”
“Because Japan was slow to bring synchronized dialogue to film, Naruse's early films, like Ozu's and Mizoguchi's, were silents.”
“A former screenwriter for household names of Japanese filmmaking such as Kenji Mizoguchi and Seijun Suzuki, Mr. Shindo's directing credits now cover a variety of genres and styles.”
“We talked about his movies, we talked about Kenji Mizoguchi, we talked about Dostoyevsky.”
“The Stranger's Annie Wagner previews the Long Take on Mizoguchi series running through February 27 at the Northwest Film Forum in Seattle: Famously ambivalent in his personal life (he's said to have broken up with his muse, the great actress Kinuyo Tanaka, around the time she became the first Japanese woman to direct a film in 1953), his films are unequivocally feminist.”
“This is not a criticism; Japanese masters Yasujiro Ozu and Kenji Mizoguchi spent entire careers doing much the same thing, to stunning effect.”
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