Nagisa Oshima

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Nagisa Oshima

Japanese cinema’s preeminent taboo buster, Nagisa Oshima directed, between 1959 and 1999, more than twenty groundbreaking features. For Oshima, film was a form of activism, a way of shaking up the status quo. Uninterested in the traditional Japanese cinema of such popular filmmakers as Kurosawa, Ozu, and Naruse, Oshima focused not on classical themes of good and evil or domesticity but on outcasts, gangsters, murderers, rapists, sexual deviants, and the politically marginalized. He began as…

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Kôshikei (1968) – Nagisa Oshima / Giappone La storia è apparentemente molto semplice: un uomo, accusato e condannato per stupro e omicidio, è in procinto di essere giustiziato tramite impicca…

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