book on j-cinema (was Re: Tough question for Japanese film experts.
parabellum at telia.com
Mon Nov 26 15:02:56 EST 2001
Have anyone read any of the books mentioned below?
according to amazon tokyoscope has an introduction by kinji fukasaku and afterword by takashi miike..
so the question is of course - is it worth getting?
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From: Roccoyojimbo at aol.com
To: KineJapan at lists.acs.ohio-state.edu
Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2001 1:05 AM
Subject: Re: Tough question for Japanese film experts.
hello everyone,just wanted to give a heads up on some books that are coming out
1-the emperor and the wolf-the lives and films of akira kurosawa and toshiro mifune
(check b&n,or amazon for more details,this looks great)cover pic is nice also...
by stuart galbraith
2-a hundred years of japanese film:a concise history,with a selective guide to videos and dvds. by donald richie
3-tokyoscope:the japanese cult film corporation..by patrick macias
thats it for now,happy hunting friends....
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