LJ283 - 09/05 Tampopo-1985 Itami Juzo 1933-1970 died of...

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09/05 Tampopo-1985 Itami Juzo 1933-1970 died of suicide or homicide falling from a hotel veranda/stabbing by yakuza? married to Miyamoto Nobuko---Star actress of Tampopo “dependency” AMAE←-man gender issue..woman→ pleasure→ getting demand 1)Actor: Yakusho Koji “white suit” Watanabe Ken 1980s Japan Themes the bubble and excess international travel cosmopolitan tastes success through education..hardwork.. japan as number one 2)cinema and identity (chow 172) “...it is worth remembering..‘ accessible..transcend cinema transportability of cinema visual access, linguistic translatability story-telling conventions--predictable stories Kodawari: “meticulous” obsession with or fixation on doing sth very well to an extent, that exceeds its utility or economic function 3)translational style samurai musical 1939, singing love birds Chow Richie realistic representational melodramatic presentational--typical? stylized artificial 9/10 early japanese film early form of moving pic image-based conformity
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emphasized movement didactic live up in a row I was born, but… period: strong maxism labor aspects kids marching→ japanese militarism New Lifestyle garden districts---suburbs culture houses--modern western-style houses the salary man risshin shusse making it in the end/ career success New Style vs old theater (refers to style and repertoire) contemporary drama vs period drama (refers to setting) onnagata (female roles played by men) the first japanese movie star--- onoe mastunosuke 1915 Kabuki
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