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List Of Nikkatsu Roman Porno Films
The Nikkatsu Roman Porno films were a series of theatrical Japanese softcore pornographic films" produced by the movie studio Nikkatsu from November, 1971, until May, 1988
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Japan
Coordinates: 35°N 136°E / 35°N 136°E / 35; 136Japan 日本国 Nippon-koku or Nihon-kokuFlagImperial SealAnthem: "Kimigayo" 君が代"His Imperial Majesty's Reign"[2][3] Government
Government
Seal of JapanGo-Shichi no Kiri (五七桐)Area controlled by Japan
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Taiji Tonoyama
Taiji Tonoyama (殿山 泰司, Tonoyama Taiji, 1915–1989) was a Japanese character actor who made many appearances in films and on television from 1939 to 1989.[1] He was a close friend of Kaneto Shindo and one of his regular cast members.[2] He was also an essayist. In 1950 he helped form the film company Kindai Eiga Kyokai with Shindo and Kōzaburō Yoshimura. He served in the Japanese military in China in the Second Sino-Japanese War and considered himself to have narrowly escaped from death.[2] He was married but also had a mistress and maintained relationships with both women until the end of his life.[2] He was a keen reader of detective stories and a fan of jazz music.[2] He wrote a series of semi-autobiographical essays under the title Sanmon Yakusha (三文役者), meaning "third rate actor"
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Atsushi Yamatoya
Atsushi Yamatoya (大和屋 竺, Yamatoya Atsushi) (19 June 1937 - 16 January 1993) was a Japanese film director and screenwriter.Contents1 Life and career 2 Filmography2.1 As director 2.2 As screenwriter3 References 4 External linksLife and career[edit] Atsushi Yamatoya was best known as the screenwriter for Seijun Suzuki's 1967 film Branded to Kill,[1] which is "a stark, spastically existential—and, most affronting of all, defiantly unmarketable—crime-flick abstraction that unfolds like the director's cracked self-portrait."[2] Jasper Sharp, author of Behind the Pink Curtain: The Complete History of Japanese Sex Cinema, said, "Yamatoya is definitely very interesting."[3] According to Roland Domenig, Yamatoya used his pink films for "formal experiments," while other directors such as Koji Wakamatsu and Masao Adachi used their pink films as "political propaganda."[4] Filmography[edit] As director[edit]Season of Betrayal (1966) Inflatable Se
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Woman On The Night Train
Woman on the Night Train (夜汽車の女, Yogisha no Onna) aka Night Train Woman[2] is a 1972 Japanese film in Nikkatsu's Roman porno series, directed by Noboru Tanaka and starring Mari Tanaka.Contents1 Synopsis 2 Cast 3 Critical appraisal 4 Availability 5 Bibliography5.1 English 5.2 Japanese6 NotesSynopsis[edit] Saeko is abnormally attached to her older sister, Yumi. When Yumi becomes engaged to Arikawa, Saeko schemes to separate the two. She seduces Arikawa who then becomes confused over his attraction to both sisters. He approaches their father about his dilemma. The father explains that the two are actually half-sisters, Saeko being the result of his affair with Tomoko, a family maid. After Arikawa explains this to the sisters, Saeko's obsession with Yumi seems to end. However, when Yumi and Arikawa leave for a vacation together, Saeko follows them on the night train
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Luis Buñuel
Spain
Spain
(renounced in 1949)[1] Mexico[1]Occupation FilmmakerYears active 1929–1977Spouse(s) Jeanne Rucar (1934–1983; his death) Luis Buñuel

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Diary Of A Chambermaid (1964 Film)
Diary of a Chambermaid (French: Le journal d'une femme de chambre, Italian: Il diario di una cameriera) is a 1964 French-Italian drama film.[1] It is one of several French films made by Spanish-born filmmaker Luis Buñuel. Though highly satirical and reflective of his typical anti-bourgeoisie sentiments, it is one of Buñuel's more realistic films, generally avoiding the outlandish surrealist imagery and far-fetched plot twists found in many of his other works. It stars Jeanne Moreau as a chambermaid whose attractiveness is apparent to owners and to servants alike—her femininity charms some, at the same time it brings out jealousy (or admiration) in others of the household and among adjacent neighbors. The maid's predicament, in this light, develops her as a character with some autonomy, and with some powers that derive from the narrative context—which is a social setting of corruption, violence, sexual obsession and perversion
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1964 In Film
The year 1964 in film involved some significant events, including two highly successful musical films, My Fair Lady and Mary Poppins.Contents1 Events 2 Top-grossing films (U.S.) 3 Awards 4 1964 film releases4.1 January–March 4.2 April–June 4.3 July–September 4.4 October–December5 Notable films released in 19645.1 # 5.2 A 5.3 B 5.4 C 5.5 D 5.6 E 5.7 F 5.8 G 5.9 H 5.10 I 5.11 J 5.12 K 5.13 L 5.14 M 5.15 N 5.16 O 5.17 P 5.18 Q 5.19 R 5.20 S 5.21 T 5.22 U 5.23 V 5.24 W 5.25 Y 5.26 Z6 Short film series 7 Births 8 Deaths 9 Film debuts 10 ReferencesEvents[edit]March 6 - Elvis Presley's 14th motion picture, Kissin' Cousins, is released to theaters. July 6 - A Hard Day's Night, the first Beatles film, premieres. October - In
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Toshiya Fujita (director)
Toshiya Fujita (藤田 敏八, Fujita Toshiya, January 16, 1932 – August 30, 1997), also known as Shigeya Fujita (藤田繁矢, Fujita Shigeya), was a Japanese film director, film actor, and screenwriter. He is well-regarded in Japan for his youth films but is best known abroad for Lady Snowblood and Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance, films ironically not typical of his usual style.[1][2]Contents1 Life and career 2 Awards 3 Filmography3.1 Director 3.2 Actor4 References 5 External linksLife and career[edit] Fujita was born in Pyongyang, Korea.[2] After graduating from Tokyo University, he joined the Nikkatsu studio in 1955
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Brothel
A brothel or bordello is a place where people engage in sexual activity with prostitutes,[1] who are sometimes referred to as sex workers. Technically, any premises where prostitution commonly takes place qualifies as a brothel
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Ichijo's Wet Lust
Ichijo's Wet Lust
Ichijo's Wet Lust
(一条さゆり 濡れた欲情, Ichijō Sayuri: nureta yokujō) aka Ichijo's Wet Desire, Drenched Passion, Sayuri Ichijo: Moist Desire, Following Desire and Sayuri Ichijō: Wet Lust is a 1972 Japanese film in Nikkatsu's Roman porno series, directed by Tatsumi Kumashiro and starring the famous stripper Sayuri Ichijō as herself, and co-starring Kazuko Shirakawa and Hiroko Isayama. Considered one of the best films in the series, in 1999 Japanese critics voted it one of the 100 best Japanese films of the 20th century.[2]Contents1 Synopsis 2 Cast 3 Critical reception 4 Style and themes 5 Availability 6 References6.1 Notes 6.2 Bibliography7 External linksSynopsis[edit] Famous real-life stripper Sayuri Ichijō appears as herself in this fictional account of her daily life
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Kinema Junpo
Kinema Junpo
Kinema Junpo
(キネマ旬報, Kinema Junpō), commonly called Kinejun (キネ旬), is Japan's oldest film magazine and began publication in July 1919.[1] It was first published three times a month, using the Japanese Jun (旬) system of dividing months into three parts, but the postwar Kinema Junpō has been published twice a month. The magazine was founded by a group of four students, including Saburō Tanaka, at the Tokyo Institute of Technology
Tokyo Institute of Technology
( Tokyo
Tokyo
Technical High School at the time). In that first month, it was published three times on days with a "1" in them. These first three issues were printed on art paper and had four pages each. Kinejun initially specialized in covering foreign films, in part because its writers sided with the principles of the Pure Film
Film
Movement and strongly criticized Japanese cinema
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Lusty Sisters
Lusty Sisters (色情姉妹, Shikijō shimai) aka Erotic Sisters is a 1972 Japanese film in Nikkatsu's Roman porno series, directed by Chūsei Sone and starring Keiko Tsuzuki and Akemi Nijō.Contents1 Synopsis 2 Cast 3 Background and critical appraisal 4 Availability 5 Bibliography5.1 English 5.2 Japanese6 NotesSynopsis[edit] Three sisters live alienated existences in modern-day Tokyo. One works as a secretary, one is a prostitute, and one is a criminal. The secretary is cynically unhappy with the sexist business world which limits her opportunities for advancement and makes her a target for her lecherous boss
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Noboru Tanaka
Noboru is a masculine Japanese given name
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Naked Seven
Naked Seven (戦国ロック 疾風の女たち, Sengoku rokku nayate no onnatachi) aka Sengoku Rock: Female Warriors and Warring States Rock: Gale-Force Women is a 1972 Japanese film in Nikkatsu's Roman porno series, directed by Yasuharu Hasebe and starring Mari Tanaka.Contents1 Synopsis 2 Cast 3 Background 4 Availability 5 Bibliography5.1 English 5.2 Japanese6 NotesSynopsis[edit] In Japan's Sengoku period, a group of beautiful women warriors are on a mission to deliver a sacred scroll to a distant lord
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Akira Kurosawa
Akira Kurosawa
Akira Kurosawa
(黒沢 明, Kurosawa Akira, March 23, 1910 – September 6, 1998) was a Japanese film
Japanese film
director and screenwriter, who directed 30 films in a career spanning 57 years. He is regarded as one of the most important and influential filmmakers in the history of cinema. Kurosawa entered the Japanese film
Japanese film
industry in 1936, following a brief stint as a painter. After years of working on numerous films as an assistant director and scriptwriter, he made his debut as a director during World War II with the popular action film Sanshiro Sugata (a.k.a. Judo Saga). After the war, the critically acclaimed Drunken Angel (1948), in which Kurosawa cast then-unknown actor Toshiro Mifune in a starring role, cemented the director's reputation as one of the most important young filmmakers in Japan
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