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  • Ryosuke Hashiguchi - IMDb

    Ryosuke Hashiguchi, Writer: Gururi no koto. Hashiguchi Ryosuke directed 8mm-films while still at secondary school. In 1989 his short film "A Secret Evening" won the ...

  • Ryōsuke Hashiguchi - Wikipediaōsuke_Hashiguchi

    Ryosuke Hashiguchi on Internet Movie Database This article about a Japanese film director is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it ...

  • Ryosuke Hashiguchi - AsianWiki

    Born in 1962 in Nagasaki, Japan, Hashiguchi shot his first Super-8 film in high school. His feature debut, The Secret of Last Night(1989), won the grand prize at the ...

  • Ryosuke Hashiguchi | Facebook

    Ryosuke Hashiguchi is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Ryosuke Hashiguchi and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share...

  • A Touch of Fever - Wikipedia

    Hatachi No Binetsu (二十才の微熱, A Touch of Fever, The Slight Fever of a Twenty Year Old) is a Japanese film directed by Ryosuke Hashiguchi, starring Yoshihiko ...

  • 'Three Stories of Love': Film Review | Hollywood Reporter

    Modern love trips over itself in Ryosuke Hashiguchi’s trio of interwoven love stories. The quiet desperation and shattered illusions that often surround normal love ...

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  • Koibitotachi (2015) - IMDb

    Directed by Ryosuke Hashiguchi. With Tamae Andô, Lily Franky, Ryô Ikeda, Hana Kino. Atsushi is a civic construction worker who was widowed following a random murder.

  • Slight Fever of a 20-Year-Old | Netflix

    Filmmaker Ryosuke Hashiguchi's heartbreaking drama delves into Tokyo's underbelly, following street urchin and hustler Tatsuru, who comes of age under the dark cover ...

  • Midnight Eye interview: Ryosuke Hashiguchi

    Despite having only three feature films to his name, director Ryosuke Hashiguchi is a pivotal figure in the development of contemporary Japanese cinema.

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