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  • Yoshitarō Nomura - Wikipedia

    Yoshitarō Nomura (野村 芳太郎, Nomura Yoshitarō?, 23 April 1919 – 8 April 2005) was a prolific Japanese film director, film producer, and screenwriter.

  • Yoshitarô Nomura - IMDb

    Yoshitarô Nomura, Director: Suna no utsuwa. Yoshitarô Nomura was born on April 23, 1919 in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. He was a director and writer, known for The Castle ...

  • Castle of Sand - Wikipedia

    Castle of Sand (砂の器 Suna no ... Yoshitaro Nomura’s 1974 film of Seicho Matsumoto’s immensely popular detective story tells the tale of two detectives ...


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  • Yoshitaro Nomura | Japanese director |

    Yoshitaro Nomura, (born April 23, 1919, Tokyo, Japan —died April 8, 2005, Tokyo), Japanese film director who pioneered the film noir genre in Japanese cinema.

  • Yoshitaro Nomura Film Season | Institute of Contemporary Arts

    A hugely revered, popular filmmaker in his home country of Japan, Yoshitaro Nomura's (1919 – 2005) film career spanned more than 50 years during which he directed ...

  • Yoshitaro Nomura | LinkedIn

    Nomura, Yoshitaro is a lawyer of Japan. He has been admitted at Japan Federation of Bar Associations (JFBA) and Tokyo bar association since 1989 and his career is ...

  • Journeys into night: the police thrillers of Yoshitaro Nomura

    The Crime Films of Yoshitaro Nomura, a five-film retrospective consisting of Stakeout, Zero Focus, The Shadow Within, The Castle of Sand and The Demon, runs 1-5 April ...

  • Yoshitaro Nomura - Nomura&item_type=topic

    Yoshitarō Nomura ( 野村 芳太郎 Nomura Yoshitarō, 23 April 1919 – 8 April 2005) was a prolific Japanese film director , film producer , and screenwriter . His ...

  • The Demon – the film that breaks the last cinematic taboo ...

    Yoshitaro Nomura's realist 1978 child-abuse drama is as shocking as ever, and makes us rethink the limits of what can be shown on screen, writes Phil Hoad

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