Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: Akari Hibino, Azumi Uehara, Barasui, Genichi Kawakami, Goro Shimura, Haruhi Aiso, Hideto Suzuki, Hiromi Uehara, Hironoshin Furuhashi, Kamo no Mabuchi, Kazuhiro Furuhashi, Keisuke Kinoshita, Keisuke Ota (footballer born 1981), Ken'ya ?sumi, Kenjiro Takayanagi, Kenji Tsuruta, Kentaro Sato, Ken Fujita, Ken Namba, Kiiti Morita, Kisho Yano, Koji Suzuki, K?ji Tsuruta, Kosuke Yamamoto, Masaaki Yanagishita, Naoyuki Kato, Naoyuki Kinoshita, Nobuhiro Takeda, Ryu Shionoya, Sanae Kobayashi, Saya Takagi, Shigetatsu Matsunaga, Shinichir? Sawai, Soichiro Honda, Takeshi Kamo, Taketoshi Gotoh, Takuya Matsuura, Tatsuya Furuhashi, Tetsuya Wakuda, Toshio Kakei, Tsuyoshi ?hashi, Yasuhide Ito, Yasutomo Suzuki, Yoko Kando, Yoshiaki Ota, Y?suke Fujigaya, Yuji Fujimoto, Yuki Oshitani, Yuko Inoue, Yuri Chinen, Yusuke Inuzuka. Excerpt: Keisuke Kinoshita Kinoshita Keisuke, December 5, 1912 - December 30, 1998) was a Japanese film director. Although lesser known internationally than his fellow filmmakers such as Akira Kurosawa, Kenji Mizoguchi and Yasujir? Ozu, Keisuke Kinoshita was nonetheless a household figure at home beloved by audience and critics alike, especially in the forties through the sixties. He was also prolific, turning out some 42 films in the first 23 years of his career. For this, Kinoshita explained, "can't help it. Ideas for films have always just popped into my head like scraps of paper into a wastebasket." Born on 5 December 1912 in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture, about halfway between Tokyo and Kyoto, to a family who owned a grocery store, Kinoshita was already a movie fan when he was eight. Vowing to become a filmmaker, he was, however, faced with opposition from his parents. When he was in high school, a film crew arrived in Hamamatsu for location shooting one day. He befriended actor Bando Junosuke when the latter came to his store for local products. Bando later helped him run away to Kyoto where most period films were made. But his grandfather came and took him back home the next day. His determination to become a filmmaker finally moved his parents into letting him pursue his own career and his mother even secured him an introduction to the Shochiku Kamata studios, where Ozu, Mikio Naruse and other famous directors worked. Without a university education, however, Kinoshita was not allowed to work as an assistant director and had to start as a photographer, for which he applied to the Oriental Photography School and graduated before he was finally admitted into Shochiku. There, he first worked in the film processing laboratory, then as a camera assistant, before he was advised by K?zabur? Yoshimura to switch to assistant director. In 1940, Kinoshita was drafted into the war and went to China, but returned the following year due to illness. He re-entered Shochiku and was p
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