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  • Kōji Wakamatsu - Wikipedia

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    Early life. Kōji Wakamatsu was born in Wakuya, Miyagi, Japan on 1 April 1936. Wakamatsu worked as a construction worker before beginning his film career with Nikkatsu in 1963.

  • Kôji Wakamatsu - IMDb

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    Kôji Wakamatsu, Director: Jitsuroku Rengo Sekigun: Asama sanso e no michi. The pioneering Kôji Wakamatsu (born Ito Takashi) was a contemporary of Oshima Nagisa and equally controversial, yet not as famous. The man was born in Miyagi Prefecture in the north of Japan before dropping out of agricultural school, some say following a physical altercation, moving to Tokyo at age seventeen, joining the yakuza and landing in prison for a year as a consequence. While with the ...

  • Popular Videos - Kōji Wakamatsu - YouTube

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    Koji Wakamatsu - L'Extase des Anges (Ecstasy of the Angels, Tenshi no Kokotsu, 1972) - Extraits !!! by Robert Franco. 10:52. Play next; Play now; Under the Skin by e2 films. 49:54. Play next; Play now; Koji Wakamatsu interview by e2 films. 1:31. Play next; Play now; Afairs between walls (extract) by keyhole abyss. 7:36. Play next; Play now; Japanese director koji wakamatsu dies at 76 following traffic accident by Thorin Stonebeard. 5:28. Play next; Play now;

  • Kōji Wakamatsu - Topic - YouTube

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    Kōji Wakamatsu was a Japanese film director who directed such pinku eiga films as Ecstasy of the Angels and Go, Go, Second Time Virgin. He also produced Nagi...

  • Talk:Kōji Wakamatsu - Wikipedia

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    This article is within the scope of WikiProject Biography, a collaborative effort to create, develop and organize Wikipedia's articles about people.

  • Kôji Wakamatsu - listal.com

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    Kôji Wakamatsu - Kôji Wakamatsu was born on April 1, 1936 in Wakuya-machi, Tôda-gun, Miyagi, Japan as Takashi Ito. He was a director and producer, known for Jitsuroku Rengo Sekigun: Asama sanso e no michi (2007), Kyatapirâ (2010) and Yuke yuke ni

  • Koji Wakamatsu Profiles | Facebook

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    View the profiles of people named Koji Wakamatsu. Join Facebook to connect with Koji Wakamatsu and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power...

  • Koji Wakamatsu | Japanese filmmaker | Britannica.com

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    Koji Wakamatsu: Japanese filmmaker who directed more than 100 independent films informed by his strongly held antiauthoritarian views. His early films were in the pinku eiga genre of erotic movies...

  • Koji Wakamatsu: Sex is Politics 24 Times a Second – Offscreen

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    Author Frédéric St-Hilaire takes a serious look at Japan’s Koji Wakamatsu, who is often called the “Godfather” of Pinku, a genre of erotic cinema that flourished in Japan from the late 1960s through to the 1990s.

  • Ecstasy of the Angels (1972) - IMDb

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    Directed by Kôji Wakamatsu. With Ken Yoshizawa, Rie Yokoyama, Yuki Aresa, Masao Adachi. The movie focuses on the actions of a revolutionary movement.

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