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Kitano Takeshi

Auteur: Aaron Andrew Gerow
Uitgever: London : British Film Institute, 2007.
Serie: World directors series.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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The award-winning art film Hana-Bi, the stoic gangster elegy Sonatine, the surfer romance A Scene at the Sea, the absurdist comedy Getting Any?, the entertainment samurai spectacle Zatoichi-very different films made under one name Kitano Takeshi. Who is this varied and sometimes elusive Kitano Takeshi? What relationship does he have to Beat Takeshi, the name he also uses as an actor and immensely popular media  Meer lezen...
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Genoemd persoon: Bīto Takeshi; Takeshi Kitano; Takeshi Bīto; Bito Takeshi
Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Aaron Andrew Gerow
ISBN: 9781844571659 1844571653 9781844571666 1844571661
OCLC-nummer: 181895077
Beschrijving: 264 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 20 cm.
Inhoud: Introducing two Takeshis --
Part I. Kitano Takeshi : the auteur --
Part II. Another Kitano Takeshi : the films --
Violent cop --
Boiling point --
A scene at the sea --
Sonatine --
Getting any? --
Kids return --
Hana-Bi --
Kikujiro --
Brother --
Dolls --
Zatoichi --
Takeshis' conclusion.
Serietitel: World directors series.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Aaron Gerow.

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Explores issues of auteurship and stardom in the films of Kitano Takeshi, especially as they relate to problems of personal and national identity in a Japan confronting an age of globalization.  Meer lezen...

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Acknowledgments Introducing Two Takeshis Part I Kitano Takeshi: The Auteur Part II Another Kitano Takeshi: The Films Violent Cop Boiling Point A Scene at the Sea Sonatine Getting Any? Kids Return Hana-Bi Kikujiro Brother Dolls Zatoichi Takeshis' Conclusion Notes Select Bibliography Filmography Index

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