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Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info

Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info   Yoji Yamada    Japanese film director 1931-present.   Born September 13, 1931 in Toyonaka, Osaka, is a  Japanese film director best known for   his Otokowa Tsurai yo series of films and his Samurai Trilogy (The Twilight Samurai, The Hidden   Blade and Love and Honor).   Early life   He was born in Osaka, but due to his father's job as an engineer for the South Manchuria Railway,   he was brought up in Dalian, China from the age of two. Following the end of World War II, he   returned to Japan and subsequently lived in Yamagata Prefecture.      Carrier   •After receiving his degree from Tokyo University in 1954, he entered Shochiku and worked under Yoshitaro Nomura as a scriptwriter or as an assistant director.  •He has won many awards throughout his lengthy career and is well respected in Japan and by critics throughout the world. He wrote his first screenplay in 1958, and directed his first movie in 1961. Yamada continues to make movies to this day.  •He once served as president of the Directors Guild of Japan and is currently a guest professor of Ritsumeikan University.    Notable awards   •His movies have won the Best Picture award at the Japanese Academy Awards four times:  •in 1977 for The Yellow Handkerchief  •in 1991 for My Sons  • in 1993 for A Class to Remember and  • in 2002 for The Twilight Samurai, which was nominated for the 76th Academy Awards' Best Foreign Language Film.  •He has won the Japan Academy Prize for Director of the Year three times.  • His 1984 film Tora-san's Forbidden Love was nominated for the Golden Prize at the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.  •His 2004 film, The Hidden Blade, was nominated for sixteen awards and won three.  •In 2010 Yoji Yamada was honored at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival with a screening of his latest film Otōto during the awards ceremony, as well as receiving a Berlinale Camera award for his numerous contributions to the festival's program.   Filmography   •Nikai no Tanin (1961)  •Shitamachi no Taiyo (1963)  •Baka Marudashi (1964)  •Iikagen Baka (1964)  •Baka ga Sensha de Yattekuru (1964)  •Kiri no Hata (1965)  •Un ga Yokerya (1966)  •Natsukashii Fūraibō (1966)  •Kyu-chan no Dekkai Yume (1967)  •Ai no Sanka (1967)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Shobu (1967)  •Hana Hajime no Ippatsu Daibōken (1968)  •Fukeba Tobuyona Otoko daga(1968)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Daihissho (1969)  •Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset (1976)  •Tora's Pure Love (1976)  •Tora-san Meets His Lordship (1977)  •Tora-san Plays Cupid (1977)  •The Yellow Handkerchief (1977)  •Stage-Struck Tora-san (1978)  •Talk of the Town Tora-san (1978)  •Tora-san, the Matchmaker (1979)  •Tora-san's Dream of Spring (1979)  •Tora's Tropical Fever (1980)  •Foster Daddy, Tora! (1980)  •A Distant Cry from Spring (1980)  •Tora-san's Love in Osaka (1981)  •Tora-san's Promise (1981)  •Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san (1982)  •Tora-san, the Expert (1982)  •Tora-san's Song of Love (1983)  •Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983)   •Marriage Counselor Tora-san (1984)  •Tora-san, the Go-Between (1985)  •Tora-san's Island Encounter (1985)  •Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy (1986)  •Cinema no Tenchi (1986)  •Tora-san Goes North (1987)  •Tora-san Plays Daddy (1987)  •Tora-san's Salad-Day Memorial (1988)  •Hope and Pain (1988)  •Tora-San Goes to Vienna (1989)  •Tora-san, My Uncle (1989)  •Tora-san Takes a Vacation (1990)  •My Sons (1991)  •Tora-san Confesses (1991)   •Tora-San Makes Excuses (1992)  •A Class to Remember (1993)  •Tora-san's Matchmaker (1993)  •Tora-san's Easy Advice (1994)  •Tora-san to the Rescue (1995)  •A Class to Remember II (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko Nangoku Funtō hen (1997)  •A Class to Remember III (1998)  •A Class to Remember IV (2000)  •Twilight Samurai (2002)  •The Hidden Blade (2004)  •Love and Honor (2006)  •Kabei: Our Mother (2008)  •Otōto (2010)  •Tokyo Family (2013)  •The Little House (2014)  •Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (2015)  •What a Wonderful Family! (2016)  •What a Wonderful Family! 2 (2017)  •What a Wonderful Family! 3 (2018)  •Tora-san 50 (2019)  •Film making style   •War Memories Influence on His Film making Style   Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  •Brooting Style   Brooding can also mean you're being extremely thoughtful, contemplative, meditative,   musing, reflective, or ruminative; those are all good things. You have to look at the context to   see if someone is brooding in a positive or negative way.  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info   •Comedy and overacting   What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  •Showing close in long shot &Using Natural light   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using Artificial light in Medium shot  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using wide shot in low angle to express the subject tiny   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Wide shot with artificial light at night  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Melodrama: expressing emotion with  background music   •Adapting Japanese norms and culture in film with   melodrama
Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info

Yoji Yamada


Japanese film director 1931-present. 
Born September 13, 1931 in Toyonaka, Osaka, is a  Japanese film director best known for 
his Otokowa Tsurai yo series of films and his Samurai Trilogy (The Twilight SamuraiThe Hidden 
Blade and Love and Honor). 
Early life 
He was born in Osaka, but due to his father's job as an engineer for the South Manchuria Railway
he was brought up in Dalian, China from the age of two. Following the end of World War II, he 
returned to Japan and subsequently lived in Yamagata Prefecture.    
Carrier 
After receiving his degree from Tokyo University in 1954, he entered Shochiku and worked under Yoshitaro Nomura as a scriptwriter or as an assistant director.
He has won many awards throughout his lengthy career and is well respected in Japan and by critics throughout the world. He wrote his first screenplay in 1958, and directed his first movie in 1961. Yamada continues to make movies to this day.
He once served as president of the Directors Guild of Japan and is currently a guest professor of Ritsumeikan University.  
Notable awards 
His movies have won the Best Picture award at the Japanese Academy Awards four times:
in 1977 for The Yellow Handkerchief
in 1991 for My Sons
in 1993 for A Class to Remember and
in 2002 for The Twilight Samurai, which was nominated for the 76th Academy AwardsBest Foreign Language Film.
He has won the Japan Academy Prize for Director of the Year three times.
His 1984 film Tora-san's Forbidden Love was nominated for the Golden Prize at the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.
His 2004 film, The Hidden Blade, was nominated for sixteen awards and won three.
In 2010 Yoji Yamada was honored at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival with a screening of his latest film Otōto during the awards ceremony, as well as receiving a Berlinale Camera award for his numerous contributions to the festival's program. 
Filmography 
Nikai no Tanin (1961)
Shitamachi no Taiyo (1963)
Baka Marudashi (1964)
Iikagen Baka (1964)
Baka ga Sensha de Yattekuru (1964)
Kiri no Hata (1965)
Un ga Yokerya (1966)
Natsukashii Fūraibō (1966)
Kyu-chan no Dekkai Yume (1967)
Ai no Sanka (1967)
Kigeki Ippatsu Shobu (1967)
Hana Hajime no Ippatsu Daibōken (1968)
Fukeba Tobuyona Otoko daga(1968)
Kigeki Ippatsu Daihissho (1969)
Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset (1976)
Tora's Pure Love (1976)
Tora-san Meets His Lordship (1977)
Tora-san Plays Cupid (1977)
The Yellow Handkerchief (1977)
Stage-Struck Tora-san (1978)
Talk of the Town Tora-san (1978)
Tora-san, the Matchmaker (1979)
Tora-san's Dream of Spring (1979)
Tora's Tropical Fever (1980)
Foster Daddy, Tora! (1980)
A Distant Cry from Spring (1980)
Tora-san's Love in Osaka (1981)
Tora-san's Promise (1981)
Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san (1982)
Tora-san, the Expert (1982)
Tora-san's Song of Love (1983)
Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983) 
Marriage Counselor Tora-san (1984)
Tora-san, the Go-Between (1985)
Tora-san's Island Encounter (1985)
Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy (1986)
Cinema no Tenchi (1986)
Tora-san Goes North (1987)
Tora-san Plays Daddy (1987)
Tora-san's Salad-Day Memorial (1988)
Hope and Pain (1988)
Tora-San Goes to Vienna (1989)
Tora-san, My Uncle (1989)
Tora-san Takes a Vacation (1990)
My Sons (1991)
Tora-san Confesses (1991) 
Tora-San Makes Excuses (1992)
A Class to Remember (1993)
Tora-san's Matchmaker (1993)
Tora-san's Easy Advice (1994)
Tora-san to the Rescue (1995)
A Class to Remember II (1996)
Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko (1996)
Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko Nangoku Funtō hen (1997)
A Class to Remember III (1998)
A Class to Remember IV (2000)
Twilight Samurai (2002)
The Hidden Blade (2004)
Love and Honor (2006)
Kabei: Our Mother (2008)
Otōto (2010)
Tokyo Family (2013)
The Little House (2014)
Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (2015)
What a Wonderful Family! (2016)
What a Wonderful Family! 2 (2017)
What a Wonderful Family! 3 (2018)
Tora-san 50 (2019)
Film making style 
War Memories Influence on His Film making Style 
Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info   Yoji Yamada    Japanese film director 1931-present.   Born September 13, 1931 in Toyonaka, Osaka, is a  Japanese film director best known for   his Otokowa Tsurai yo series of films and his Samurai Trilogy (The Twilight Samurai, The Hidden   Blade and Love and Honor).   Early life   He was born in Osaka, but due to his father's job as an engineer for the South Manchuria Railway,   he was brought up in Dalian, China from the age of two. Following the end of World War II, he   returned to Japan and subsequently lived in Yamagata Prefecture.      Carrier   •After receiving his degree from Tokyo University in 1954, he entered Shochiku and worked under Yoshitaro Nomura as a scriptwriter or as an assistant director.  •He has won many awards throughout his lengthy career and is well respected in Japan and by critics throughout the world. He wrote his first screenplay in 1958, and directed his first movie in 1961. Yamada continues to make movies to this day.  •He once served as president of the Directors Guild of Japan and is currently a guest professor of Ritsumeikan University.    Notable awards   •His movies have won the Best Picture award at the Japanese Academy Awards four times:  •in 1977 for The Yellow Handkerchief  •in 1991 for My Sons  • in 1993 for A Class to Remember and  • in 2002 for The Twilight Samurai, which was nominated for the 76th Academy Awards' Best Foreign Language Film.  •He has won the Japan Academy Prize for Director of the Year three times.  • His 1984 film Tora-san's Forbidden Love was nominated for the Golden Prize at the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.  •His 2004 film, The Hidden Blade, was nominated for sixteen awards and won three.  •In 2010 Yoji Yamada was honored at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival with a screening of his latest film Otōto during the awards ceremony, as well as receiving a Berlinale Camera award for his numerous contributions to the festival's program.   Filmography   •Nikai no Tanin (1961)  •Shitamachi no Taiyo (1963)  •Baka Marudashi (1964)  •Iikagen Baka (1964)  •Baka ga Sensha de Yattekuru (1964)  •Kiri no Hata (1965)  •Un ga Yokerya (1966)  •Natsukashii Fūraibō (1966)  •Kyu-chan no Dekkai Yume (1967)  •Ai no Sanka (1967)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Shobu (1967)  •Hana Hajime no Ippatsu Daibōken (1968)  •Fukeba Tobuyona Otoko daga(1968)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Daihissho (1969)  •Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset (1976)  •Tora's Pure Love (1976)  •Tora-san Meets His Lordship (1977)  •Tora-san Plays Cupid (1977)  •The Yellow Handkerchief (1977)  •Stage-Struck Tora-san (1978)  •Talk of the Town Tora-san (1978)  •Tora-san, the Matchmaker (1979)  •Tora-san's Dream of Spring (1979)  •Tora's Tropical Fever (1980)  •Foster Daddy, Tora! (1980)  •A Distant Cry from Spring (1980)  •Tora-san's Love in Osaka (1981)  •Tora-san's Promise (1981)  •Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san (1982)  •Tora-san, the Expert (1982)  •Tora-san's Song of Love (1983)  •Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983)   •Marriage Counselor Tora-san (1984)  •Tora-san, the Go-Between (1985)  •Tora-san's Island Encounter (1985)  •Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy (1986)  •Cinema no Tenchi (1986)  •Tora-san Goes North (1987)  •Tora-san Plays Daddy (1987)  •Tora-san's Salad-Day Memorial (1988)  •Hope and Pain (1988)  •Tora-San Goes to Vienna (1989)  •Tora-san, My Uncle (1989)  •Tora-san Takes a Vacation (1990)  •My Sons (1991)  •Tora-san Confesses (1991)   •Tora-San Makes Excuses (1992)  •A Class to Remember (1993)  •Tora-san's Matchmaker (1993)  •Tora-san's Easy Advice (1994)  •Tora-san to the Rescue (1995)  •A Class to Remember II (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko Nangoku Funtō hen (1997)  •A Class to Remember III (1998)  •A Class to Remember IV (2000)  •Twilight Samurai (2002)  •The Hidden Blade (2004)  •Love and Honor (2006)  •Kabei: Our Mother (2008)  •Otōto (2010)  •Tokyo Family (2013)  •The Little House (2014)  •Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (2015)  •What a Wonderful Family! (2016)  •What a Wonderful Family! 2 (2017)  •What a Wonderful Family! 3 (2018)  •Tora-san 50 (2019)  •Film making style   •War Memories Influence on His Film making Style   Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  •Brooting Style   Brooding can also mean you're being extremely thoughtful, contemplative, meditative,   musing, reflective, or ruminative; those are all good things. You have to look at the context to   see if someone is brooding in a positive or negative way.  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info   •Comedy and overacting   What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  •Showing close in long shot &Using Natural light   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using Artificial light in Medium shot  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using wide shot in low angle to express the subject tiny   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Wide shot with artificial light at night  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Melodrama: expressing emotion with  background music   •Adapting Japanese norms and culture in film with   melodrama
Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info
Brooting Style 
Brooding can also mean you're being extremely thoughtful, contemplative, meditative, 
musing, reflective, or ruminative; those are all good things. You have to look at the context to 
see if someone is brooding in a positive or negative way.
Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info   Yoji Yamada    Japanese film director 1931-present.   Born September 13, 1931 in Toyonaka, Osaka, is a  Japanese film director best known for   his Otokowa Tsurai yo series of films and his Samurai Trilogy (The Twilight Samurai, The Hidden   Blade and Love and Honor).   Early life   He was born in Osaka, but due to his father's job as an engineer for the South Manchuria Railway,   he was brought up in Dalian, China from the age of two. Following the end of World War II, he   returned to Japan and subsequently lived in Yamagata Prefecture.      Carrier   •After receiving his degree from Tokyo University in 1954, he entered Shochiku and worked under Yoshitaro Nomura as a scriptwriter or as an assistant director.  •He has won many awards throughout his lengthy career and is well respected in Japan and by critics throughout the world. He wrote his first screenplay in 1958, and directed his first movie in 1961. Yamada continues to make movies to this day.  •He once served as president of the Directors Guild of Japan and is currently a guest professor of Ritsumeikan University.    Notable awards   •His movies have won the Best Picture award at the Japanese Academy Awards four times:  •in 1977 for The Yellow Handkerchief  •in 1991 for My Sons  • in 1993 for A Class to Remember and  • in 2002 for The Twilight Samurai, which was nominated for the 76th Academy Awards' Best Foreign Language Film.  •He has won the Japan Academy Prize for Director of the Year three times.  • His 1984 film Tora-san's Forbidden Love was nominated for the Golden Prize at the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.  •His 2004 film, The Hidden Blade, was nominated for sixteen awards and won three.  •In 2010 Yoji Yamada was honored at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival with a screening of his latest film Otōto during the awards ceremony, as well as receiving a Berlinale Camera award for his numerous contributions to the festival's program.   Filmography   •Nikai no Tanin (1961)  •Shitamachi no Taiyo (1963)  •Baka Marudashi (1964)  •Iikagen Baka (1964)  •Baka ga Sensha de Yattekuru (1964)  •Kiri no Hata (1965)  •Un ga Yokerya (1966)  •Natsukashii Fūraibō (1966)  •Kyu-chan no Dekkai Yume (1967)  •Ai no Sanka (1967)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Shobu (1967)  •Hana Hajime no Ippatsu Daibōken (1968)  •Fukeba Tobuyona Otoko daga(1968)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Daihissho (1969)  •Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset (1976)  •Tora's Pure Love (1976)  •Tora-san Meets His Lordship (1977)  •Tora-san Plays Cupid (1977)  •The Yellow Handkerchief (1977)  •Stage-Struck Tora-san (1978)  •Talk of the Town Tora-san (1978)  •Tora-san, the Matchmaker (1979)  •Tora-san's Dream of Spring (1979)  •Tora's Tropical Fever (1980)  •Foster Daddy, Tora! (1980)  •A Distant Cry from Spring (1980)  •Tora-san's Love in Osaka (1981)  •Tora-san's Promise (1981)  •Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san (1982)  •Tora-san, the Expert (1982)  •Tora-san's Song of Love (1983)  •Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983)   •Marriage Counselor Tora-san (1984)  •Tora-san, the Go-Between (1985)  •Tora-san's Island Encounter (1985)  •Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy (1986)  •Cinema no Tenchi (1986)  •Tora-san Goes North (1987)  •Tora-san Plays Daddy (1987)  •Tora-san's Salad-Day Memorial (1988)  •Hope and Pain (1988)  •Tora-San Goes to Vienna (1989)  •Tora-san, My Uncle (1989)  •Tora-san Takes a Vacation (1990)  •My Sons (1991)  •Tora-san Confesses (1991)   •Tora-San Makes Excuses (1992)  •A Class to Remember (1993)  •Tora-san's Matchmaker (1993)  •Tora-san's Easy Advice (1994)  •Tora-san to the Rescue (1995)  •A Class to Remember II (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko Nangoku Funtō hen (1997)  •A Class to Remember III (1998)  •A Class to Remember IV (2000)  •Twilight Samurai (2002)  •The Hidden Blade (2004)  •Love and Honor (2006)  •Kabei: Our Mother (2008)  •Otōto (2010)  •Tokyo Family (2013)  •The Little House (2014)  •Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (2015)  •What a Wonderful Family! (2016)  •What a Wonderful Family! 2 (2017)  •What a Wonderful Family! 3 (2018)  •Tora-san 50 (2019)  •Film making style   •War Memories Influence on His Film making Style   Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  •Brooting Style   Brooding can also mean you're being extremely thoughtful, contemplative, meditative,   musing, reflective, or ruminative; those are all good things. You have to look at the context to   see if someone is brooding in a positive or negative way.  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info   •Comedy and overacting   What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  •Showing close in long shot &Using Natural light   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using Artificial light in Medium shot  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using wide shot in low angle to express the subject tiny   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Wide shot with artificial light at night  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Melodrama: expressing emotion with  background music   •Adapting Japanese norms and culture in film with   melodrama
A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info 
Comedy and overacting 
Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info   Yoji Yamada    Japanese film director 1931-present.   Born September 13, 1931 in Toyonaka, Osaka, is a  Japanese film director best known for   his Otokowa Tsurai yo series of films and his Samurai Trilogy (The Twilight Samurai, The Hidden   Blade and Love and Honor).   Early life   He was born in Osaka, but due to his father's job as an engineer for the South Manchuria Railway,   he was brought up in Dalian, China from the age of two. Following the end of World War II, he   returned to Japan and subsequently lived in Yamagata Prefecture.      Carrier   •After receiving his degree from Tokyo University in 1954, he entered Shochiku and worked under Yoshitaro Nomura as a scriptwriter or as an assistant director.  •He has won many awards throughout his lengthy career and is well respected in Japan and by critics throughout the world. He wrote his first screenplay in 1958, and directed his first movie in 1961. Yamada continues to make movies to this day.  •He once served as president of the Directors Guild of Japan and is currently a guest professor of Ritsumeikan University.    Notable awards   •His movies have won the Best Picture award at the Japanese Academy Awards four times:  •in 1977 for The Yellow Handkerchief  •in 1991 for My Sons  • in 1993 for A Class to Remember and  • in 2002 for The Twilight Samurai, which was nominated for the 76th Academy Awards' Best Foreign Language Film.  •He has won the Japan Academy Prize for Director of the Year three times.  • His 1984 film Tora-san's Forbidden Love was nominated for the Golden Prize at the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.  •His 2004 film, The Hidden Blade, was nominated for sixteen awards and won three.  •In 2010 Yoji Yamada was honored at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival with a screening of his latest film Otōto during the awards ceremony, as well as receiving a Berlinale Camera award for his numerous contributions to the festival's program.   Filmography   •Nikai no Tanin (1961)  •Shitamachi no Taiyo (1963)  •Baka Marudashi (1964)  •Iikagen Baka (1964)  •Baka ga Sensha de Yattekuru (1964)  •Kiri no Hata (1965)  •Un ga Yokerya (1966)  •Natsukashii Fūraibō (1966)  •Kyu-chan no Dekkai Yume (1967)  •Ai no Sanka (1967)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Shobu (1967)  •Hana Hajime no Ippatsu Daibōken (1968)  •Fukeba Tobuyona Otoko daga(1968)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Daihissho (1969)  •Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset (1976)  •Tora's Pure Love (1976)  •Tora-san Meets His Lordship (1977)  •Tora-san Plays Cupid (1977)  •The Yellow Handkerchief (1977)  •Stage-Struck Tora-san (1978)  •Talk of the Town Tora-san (1978)  •Tora-san, the Matchmaker (1979)  •Tora-san's Dream of Spring (1979)  •Tora's Tropical Fever (1980)  •Foster Daddy, Tora! (1980)  •A Distant Cry from Spring (1980)  •Tora-san's Love in Osaka (1981)  •Tora-san's Promise (1981)  •Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san (1982)  •Tora-san, the Expert (1982)  •Tora-san's Song of Love (1983)  •Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983)   •Marriage Counselor Tora-san (1984)  •Tora-san, the Go-Between (1985)  •Tora-san's Island Encounter (1985)  •Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy (1986)  •Cinema no Tenchi (1986)  •Tora-san Goes North (1987)  •Tora-san Plays Daddy (1987)  •Tora-san's Salad-Day Memorial (1988)  •Hope and Pain (1988)  •Tora-San Goes to Vienna (1989)  •Tora-san, My Uncle (1989)  •Tora-san Takes a Vacation (1990)  •My Sons (1991)  •Tora-san Confesses (1991)   •Tora-San Makes Excuses (1992)  •A Class to Remember (1993)  •Tora-san's Matchmaker (1993)  •Tora-san's Easy Advice (1994)  •Tora-san to the Rescue (1995)  •A Class to Remember II (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko Nangoku Funtō hen (1997)  •A Class to Remember III (1998)  •A Class to Remember IV (2000)  •Twilight Samurai (2002)  •The Hidden Blade (2004)  •Love and Honor (2006)  •Kabei: Our Mother (2008)  •Otōto (2010)  •Tokyo Family (2013)  •The Little House (2014)  •Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (2015)  •What a Wonderful Family! (2016)  •What a Wonderful Family! 2 (2017)  •What a Wonderful Family! 3 (2018)  •Tora-san 50 (2019)  •Film making style   •War Memories Influence on His Film making Style   Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  •Brooting Style   Brooding can also mean you're being extremely thoughtful, contemplative, meditative,   musing, reflective, or ruminative; those are all good things. You have to look at the context to   see if someone is brooding in a positive or negative way.  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info   •Comedy and overacting   What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  •Showing close in long shot &Using Natural light   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using Artificial light in Medium shot  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using wide shot in low angle to express the subject tiny   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Wide shot with artificial light at night  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Melodrama: expressing emotion with  background music   •Adapting Japanese norms and culture in film with   melodrama
What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info
Showing close in long shot &Using Natural light 
Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info   Yoji Yamada    Japanese film director 1931-present.   Born September 13, 1931 in Toyonaka, Osaka, is a  Japanese film director best known for   his Otokowa Tsurai yo series of films and his Samurai Trilogy (The Twilight Samurai, The Hidden   Blade and Love and Honor).   Early life   He was born in Osaka, but due to his father's job as an engineer for the South Manchuria Railway,   he was brought up in Dalian, China from the age of two. Following the end of World War II, he   returned to Japan and subsequently lived in Yamagata Prefecture.      Carrier   •After receiving his degree from Tokyo University in 1954, he entered Shochiku and worked under Yoshitaro Nomura as a scriptwriter or as an assistant director.  •He has won many awards throughout his lengthy career and is well respected in Japan and by critics throughout the world. He wrote his first screenplay in 1958, and directed his first movie in 1961. Yamada continues to make movies to this day.  •He once served as president of the Directors Guild of Japan and is currently a guest professor of Ritsumeikan University.    Notable awards   •His movies have won the Best Picture award at the Japanese Academy Awards four times:  •in 1977 for The Yellow Handkerchief  •in 1991 for My Sons  • in 1993 for A Class to Remember and  • in 2002 for The Twilight Samurai, which was nominated for the 76th Academy Awards' Best Foreign Language Film.  •He has won the Japan Academy Prize for Director of the Year three times.  • His 1984 film Tora-san's Forbidden Love was nominated for the Golden Prize at the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.  •His 2004 film, The Hidden Blade, was nominated for sixteen awards and won three.  •In 2010 Yoji Yamada was honored at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival with a screening of his latest film Otōto during the awards ceremony, as well as receiving a Berlinale Camera award for his numerous contributions to the festival's program.   Filmography   •Nikai no Tanin (1961)  •Shitamachi no Taiyo (1963)  •Baka Marudashi (1964)  •Iikagen Baka (1964)  •Baka ga Sensha de Yattekuru (1964)  •Kiri no Hata (1965)  •Un ga Yokerya (1966)  •Natsukashii Fūraibō (1966)  •Kyu-chan no Dekkai Yume (1967)  •Ai no Sanka (1967)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Shobu (1967)  •Hana Hajime no Ippatsu Daibōken (1968)  •Fukeba Tobuyona Otoko daga(1968)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Daihissho (1969)  •Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset (1976)  •Tora's Pure Love (1976)  •Tora-san Meets His Lordship (1977)  •Tora-san Plays Cupid (1977)  •The Yellow Handkerchief (1977)  •Stage-Struck Tora-san (1978)  •Talk of the Town Tora-san (1978)  •Tora-san, the Matchmaker (1979)  •Tora-san's Dream of Spring (1979)  •Tora's Tropical Fever (1980)  •Foster Daddy, Tora! (1980)  •A Distant Cry from Spring (1980)  •Tora-san's Love in Osaka (1981)  •Tora-san's Promise (1981)  •Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san (1982)  •Tora-san, the Expert (1982)  •Tora-san's Song of Love (1983)  •Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983)   •Marriage Counselor Tora-san (1984)  •Tora-san, the Go-Between (1985)  •Tora-san's Island Encounter (1985)  •Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy (1986)  •Cinema no Tenchi (1986)  •Tora-san Goes North (1987)  •Tora-san Plays Daddy (1987)  •Tora-san's Salad-Day Memorial (1988)  •Hope and Pain (1988)  •Tora-San Goes to Vienna (1989)  •Tora-san, My Uncle (1989)  •Tora-san Takes a Vacation (1990)  •My Sons (1991)  •Tora-san Confesses (1991)   •Tora-San Makes Excuses (1992)  •A Class to Remember (1993)  •Tora-san's Matchmaker (1993)  •Tora-san's Easy Advice (1994)  •Tora-san to the Rescue (1995)  •A Class to Remember II (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko Nangoku Funtō hen (1997)  •A Class to Remember III (1998)  •A Class to Remember IV (2000)  •Twilight Samurai (2002)  •The Hidden Blade (2004)  •Love and Honor (2006)  •Kabei: Our Mother (2008)  •Otōto (2010)  •Tokyo Family (2013)  •The Little House (2014)  •Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (2015)  •What a Wonderful Family! (2016)  •What a Wonderful Family! 2 (2017)  •What a Wonderful Family! 3 (2018)  •Tora-san 50 (2019)  •Film making style   •War Memories Influence on His Film making Style   Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  •Brooting Style   Brooding can also mean you're being extremely thoughtful, contemplative, meditative,   musing, reflective, or ruminative; those are all good things. You have to look at the context to   see if someone is brooding in a positive or negative way.  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info   •Comedy and overacting   What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  •Showing close in long shot &Using Natural light   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using Artificial light in Medium shot  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using wide shot in low angle to express the subject tiny   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Wide shot with artificial light at night  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Melodrama: expressing emotion with  background music   •Adapting Japanese norms and culture in film with   melodrama
Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info
Using Artificial light in Medium shot
Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info   Yoji Yamada    Japanese film director 1931-present.   Born September 13, 1931 in Toyonaka, Osaka, is a  Japanese film director best known for   his Otokowa Tsurai yo series of films and his Samurai Trilogy (The Twilight Samurai, The Hidden   Blade and Love and Honor).   Early life   He was born in Osaka, but due to his father's job as an engineer for the South Manchuria Railway,   he was brought up in Dalian, China from the age of two. Following the end of World War II, he   returned to Japan and subsequently lived in Yamagata Prefecture.      Carrier   •After receiving his degree from Tokyo University in 1954, he entered Shochiku and worked under Yoshitaro Nomura as a scriptwriter or as an assistant director.  •He has won many awards throughout his lengthy career and is well respected in Japan and by critics throughout the world. He wrote his first screenplay in 1958, and directed his first movie in 1961. Yamada continues to make movies to this day.  •He once served as president of the Directors Guild of Japan and is currently a guest professor of Ritsumeikan University.    Notable awards   •His movies have won the Best Picture award at the Japanese Academy Awards four times:  •in 1977 for The Yellow Handkerchief  •in 1991 for My Sons  • in 1993 for A Class to Remember and  • in 2002 for The Twilight Samurai, which was nominated for the 76th Academy Awards' Best Foreign Language Film.  •He has won the Japan Academy Prize for Director of the Year three times.  • His 1984 film Tora-san's Forbidden Love was nominated for the Golden Prize at the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.  •His 2004 film, The Hidden Blade, was nominated for sixteen awards and won three.  •In 2010 Yoji Yamada was honored at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival with a screening of his latest film Otōto during the awards ceremony, as well as receiving a Berlinale Camera award for his numerous contributions to the festival's program.   Filmography   •Nikai no Tanin (1961)  •Shitamachi no Taiyo (1963)  •Baka Marudashi (1964)  •Iikagen Baka (1964)  •Baka ga Sensha de Yattekuru (1964)  •Kiri no Hata (1965)  •Un ga Yokerya (1966)  •Natsukashii Fūraibō (1966)  •Kyu-chan no Dekkai Yume (1967)  •Ai no Sanka (1967)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Shobu (1967)  •Hana Hajime no Ippatsu Daibōken (1968)  •Fukeba Tobuyona Otoko daga(1968)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Daihissho (1969)  •Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset (1976)  •Tora's Pure Love (1976)  •Tora-san Meets His Lordship (1977)  •Tora-san Plays Cupid (1977)  •The Yellow Handkerchief (1977)  •Stage-Struck Tora-san (1978)  •Talk of the Town Tora-san (1978)  •Tora-san, the Matchmaker (1979)  •Tora-san's Dream of Spring (1979)  •Tora's Tropical Fever (1980)  •Foster Daddy, Tora! (1980)  •A Distant Cry from Spring (1980)  •Tora-san's Love in Osaka (1981)  •Tora-san's Promise (1981)  •Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san (1982)  •Tora-san, the Expert (1982)  •Tora-san's Song of Love (1983)  •Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983)   •Marriage Counselor Tora-san (1984)  •Tora-san, the Go-Between (1985)  •Tora-san's Island Encounter (1985)  •Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy (1986)  •Cinema no Tenchi (1986)  •Tora-san Goes North (1987)  •Tora-san Plays Daddy (1987)  •Tora-san's Salad-Day Memorial (1988)  •Hope and Pain (1988)  •Tora-San Goes to Vienna (1989)  •Tora-san, My Uncle (1989)  •Tora-san Takes a Vacation (1990)  •My Sons (1991)  •Tora-san Confesses (1991)   •Tora-San Makes Excuses (1992)  •A Class to Remember (1993)  •Tora-san's Matchmaker (1993)  •Tora-san's Easy Advice (1994)  •Tora-san to the Rescue (1995)  •A Class to Remember II (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko Nangoku Funtō hen (1997)  •A Class to Remember III (1998)  •A Class to Remember IV (2000)  •Twilight Samurai (2002)  •The Hidden Blade (2004)  •Love and Honor (2006)  •Kabei: Our Mother (2008)  •Otōto (2010)  •Tokyo Family (2013)  •The Little House (2014)  •Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (2015)  •What a Wonderful Family! (2016)  •What a Wonderful Family! 2 (2017)  •What a Wonderful Family! 3 (2018)  •Tora-san 50 (2019)  •Film making style   •War Memories Influence on His Film making Style   Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  •Brooting Style   Brooding can also mean you're being extremely thoughtful, contemplative, meditative,   musing, reflective, or ruminative; those are all good things. You have to look at the context to   see if someone is brooding in a positive or negative way.  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info   •Comedy and overacting   What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  •Showing close in long shot &Using Natural light   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using Artificial light in Medium shot  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using wide shot in low angle to express the subject tiny   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Wide shot with artificial light at night  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Melodrama: expressing emotion with  background music   •Adapting Japanese norms and culture in film with   melodrama
Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info
Using wide shot in low angle to express the subject tiny 
Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info   Yoji Yamada    Japanese film director 1931-present.   Born September 13, 1931 in Toyonaka, Osaka, is a  Japanese film director best known for   his Otokowa Tsurai yo series of films and his Samurai Trilogy (The Twilight Samurai, The Hidden   Blade and Love and Honor).   Early life   He was born in Osaka, but due to his father's job as an engineer for the South Manchuria Railway,   he was brought up in Dalian, China from the age of two. Following the end of World War II, he   returned to Japan and subsequently lived in Yamagata Prefecture.      Carrier   •After receiving his degree from Tokyo University in 1954, he entered Shochiku and worked under Yoshitaro Nomura as a scriptwriter or as an assistant director.  •He has won many awards throughout his lengthy career and is well respected in Japan and by critics throughout the world. He wrote his first screenplay in 1958, and directed his first movie in 1961. Yamada continues to make movies to this day.  •He once served as president of the Directors Guild of Japan and is currently a guest professor of Ritsumeikan University.    Notable awards   •His movies have won the Best Picture award at the Japanese Academy Awards four times:  •in 1977 for The Yellow Handkerchief  •in 1991 for My Sons  • in 1993 for A Class to Remember and  • in 2002 for The Twilight Samurai, which was nominated for the 76th Academy Awards' Best Foreign Language Film.  •He has won the Japan Academy Prize for Director of the Year three times.  • His 1984 film Tora-san's Forbidden Love was nominated for the Golden Prize at the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.  •His 2004 film, The Hidden Blade, was nominated for sixteen awards and won three.  •In 2010 Yoji Yamada was honored at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival with a screening of his latest film Otōto during the awards ceremony, as well as receiving a Berlinale Camera award for his numerous contributions to the festival's program.   Filmography   •Nikai no Tanin (1961)  •Shitamachi no Taiyo (1963)  •Baka Marudashi (1964)  •Iikagen Baka (1964)  •Baka ga Sensha de Yattekuru (1964)  •Kiri no Hata (1965)  •Un ga Yokerya (1966)  •Natsukashii Fūraibō (1966)  •Kyu-chan no Dekkai Yume (1967)  •Ai no Sanka (1967)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Shobu (1967)  •Hana Hajime no Ippatsu Daibōken (1968)  •Fukeba Tobuyona Otoko daga(1968)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Daihissho (1969)  •Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset (1976)  •Tora's Pure Love (1976)  •Tora-san Meets His Lordship (1977)  •Tora-san Plays Cupid (1977)  •The Yellow Handkerchief (1977)  •Stage-Struck Tora-san (1978)  •Talk of the Town Tora-san (1978)  •Tora-san, the Matchmaker (1979)  •Tora-san's Dream of Spring (1979)  •Tora's Tropical Fever (1980)  •Foster Daddy, Tora! (1980)  •A Distant Cry from Spring (1980)  •Tora-san's Love in Osaka (1981)  •Tora-san's Promise (1981)  •Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san (1982)  •Tora-san, the Expert (1982)  •Tora-san's Song of Love (1983)  •Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983)   •Marriage Counselor Tora-san (1984)  •Tora-san, the Go-Between (1985)  •Tora-san's Island Encounter (1985)  •Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy (1986)  •Cinema no Tenchi (1986)  •Tora-san Goes North (1987)  •Tora-san Plays Daddy (1987)  •Tora-san's Salad-Day Memorial (1988)  •Hope and Pain (1988)  •Tora-San Goes to Vienna (1989)  •Tora-san, My Uncle (1989)  •Tora-san Takes a Vacation (1990)  •My Sons (1991)  •Tora-san Confesses (1991)   •Tora-San Makes Excuses (1992)  •A Class to Remember (1993)  •Tora-san's Matchmaker (1993)  •Tora-san's Easy Advice (1994)  •Tora-san to the Rescue (1995)  •A Class to Remember II (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko Nangoku Funtō hen (1997)  •A Class to Remember III (1998)  •A Class to Remember IV (2000)  •Twilight Samurai (2002)  •The Hidden Blade (2004)  •Love and Honor (2006)  •Kabei: Our Mother (2008)  •Otōto (2010)  •Tokyo Family (2013)  •The Little House (2014)  •Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (2015)  •What a Wonderful Family! (2016)  •What a Wonderful Family! 2 (2017)  •What a Wonderful Family! 3 (2018)  •Tora-san 50 (2019)  •Film making style   •War Memories Influence on His Film making Style   Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  •Brooting Style   Brooding can also mean you're being extremely thoughtful, contemplative, meditative,   musing, reflective, or ruminative; those are all good things. You have to look at the context to   see if someone is brooding in a positive or negative way.  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info   •Comedy and overacting   What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  •Showing close in long shot &Using Natural light   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using Artificial light in Medium shot  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using wide shot in low angle to express the subject tiny   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Wide shot with artificial light at night  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Melodrama: expressing emotion with  background music   •Adapting Japanese norms and culture in film with   melodrama
Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info
Wide shot with artificial light at night
Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info Yoji Yamada Japanese Film Director_ BD Films Info   Yoji Yamada    Japanese film director 1931-present.   Born September 13, 1931 in Toyonaka, Osaka, is a  Japanese film director best known for   his Otokowa Tsurai yo series of films and his Samurai Trilogy (The Twilight Samurai, The Hidden   Blade and Love and Honor).   Early life   He was born in Osaka, but due to his father's job as an engineer for the South Manchuria Railway,   he was brought up in Dalian, China from the age of two. Following the end of World War II, he   returned to Japan and subsequently lived in Yamagata Prefecture.      Carrier   •After receiving his degree from Tokyo University in 1954, he entered Shochiku and worked under Yoshitaro Nomura as a scriptwriter or as an assistant director.  •He has won many awards throughout his lengthy career and is well respected in Japan and by critics throughout the world. He wrote his first screenplay in 1958, and directed his first movie in 1961. Yamada continues to make movies to this day.  •He once served as president of the Directors Guild of Japan and is currently a guest professor of Ritsumeikan University.    Notable awards   •His movies have won the Best Picture award at the Japanese Academy Awards four times:  •in 1977 for The Yellow Handkerchief  •in 1991 for My Sons  • in 1993 for A Class to Remember and  • in 2002 for The Twilight Samurai, which was nominated for the 76th Academy Awards' Best Foreign Language Film.  •He has won the Japan Academy Prize for Director of the Year three times.  • His 1984 film Tora-san's Forbidden Love was nominated for the Golden Prize at the 14th Moscow International Film Festival.  •His 2004 film, The Hidden Blade, was nominated for sixteen awards and won three.  •In 2010 Yoji Yamada was honored at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival with a screening of his latest film Otōto during the awards ceremony, as well as receiving a Berlinale Camera award for his numerous contributions to the festival's program.   Filmography   •Nikai no Tanin (1961)  •Shitamachi no Taiyo (1963)  •Baka Marudashi (1964)  •Iikagen Baka (1964)  •Baka ga Sensha de Yattekuru (1964)  •Kiri no Hata (1965)  •Un ga Yokerya (1966)  •Natsukashii Fūraibō (1966)  •Kyu-chan no Dekkai Yume (1967)  •Ai no Sanka (1967)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Shobu (1967)  •Hana Hajime no Ippatsu Daibōken (1968)  •Fukeba Tobuyona Otoko daga(1968)  •Kigeki Ippatsu Daihissho (1969)  •Tora-san's Sunrise and Sunset (1976)  •Tora's Pure Love (1976)  •Tora-san Meets His Lordship (1977)  •Tora-san Plays Cupid (1977)  •The Yellow Handkerchief (1977)  •Stage-Struck Tora-san (1978)  •Talk of the Town Tora-san (1978)  •Tora-san, the Matchmaker (1979)  •Tora-san's Dream of Spring (1979)  •Tora's Tropical Fever (1980)  •Foster Daddy, Tora! (1980)  •A Distant Cry from Spring (1980)  •Tora-san's Love in Osaka (1981)  •Tora-san's Promise (1981)  •Hearts and Flowers for Tora-san (1982)  •Tora-san, the Expert (1982)  •Tora-san's Song of Love (1983)  •Tora-san Goes Religious? (1983)   •Marriage Counselor Tora-san (1984)  •Tora-san, the Go-Between (1985)  •Tora-san's Island Encounter (1985)  •Tora-san's Bluebird Fantasy (1986)  •Cinema no Tenchi (1986)  •Tora-san Goes North (1987)  •Tora-san Plays Daddy (1987)  •Tora-san's Salad-Day Memorial (1988)  •Hope and Pain (1988)  •Tora-San Goes to Vienna (1989)  •Tora-san, My Uncle (1989)  •Tora-san Takes a Vacation (1990)  •My Sons (1991)  •Tora-san Confesses (1991)   •Tora-San Makes Excuses (1992)  •A Class to Remember (1993)  •Tora-san's Matchmaker (1993)  •Tora-san's Easy Advice (1994)  •Tora-san to the Rescue (1995)  •A Class to Remember II (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko (1996)  •Niji wo Tsukamu Otoko Nangoku Funtō hen (1997)  •A Class to Remember III (1998)  •A Class to Remember IV (2000)  •Twilight Samurai (2002)  •The Hidden Blade (2004)  •Love and Honor (2006)  •Kabei: Our Mother (2008)  •Otōto (2010)  •Tokyo Family (2013)  •The Little House (2014)  •Nagasaki: Memories of My Son (2015)  •What a Wonderful Family! (2016)  •What a Wonderful Family! 2 (2017)  •What a Wonderful Family! 3 (2018)  •Tora-san 50 (2019)  •Film making style   •War Memories Influence on His Film making Style   Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  Kiri no hata (1965)_ BD Films Info  •Brooting Style   Brooding can also mean you're being extremely thoughtful, contemplative, meditative,   musing, reflective, or ruminative; those are all good things. You have to look at the context to   see if someone is brooding in a positive or negative way.  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info  A Distant Cry from Spring 1980_BD Films Info   •Comedy and overacting   What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  What a Wonderful Family! (2016) _BD Films Info  •Showing close in long shot &Using Natural light   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using Artificial light in Medium shot  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Using wide shot in low angle to express the subject tiny   Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Wide shot with artificial light at night  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info  •Melodrama: expressing emotion with  background music   •Adapting Japanese norms and culture in film with   melodrama
Tokyo Family (2013)_BD Films Info
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