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Kitano (Character)
from Battle Royale (2000)

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Kitano-sensei

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  1. Battle Royale II (2003) Played by Takeshi Kitano
    ... aka "Batoru rowaiaru II: Chinkonka" - Japan (original title)
    ... aka "Battle Royale II: Requiem" - International (English title) (literal English title)
  2. Battle Royale (2000) Played by John Snyder / Takeshi Kitano (as Kitano-sensei)
    ... aka "Batoru rowaiaru" - Japan (original title)
    ... aka "Battle Royale 3-D" - International (English title) (3-D version)
    ... aka "Battle Royale: Special Edition" - USA (director's cut)
    ... aka "Battle Royale: Special Version" - Japan (English title) (director's cut)

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Quotes:
From Battle Royale II (2003)
Shiori Kitano: [struggling in her dying breath] Can I ask you something? That girl in the painting, Nakagawa Noriko, what's she like?
Shuya Nanahara: Who are you?
Shiori Kitano: Kitano Shiori. You killed my father, Kitano.
Shuya Nanahara: Noriko always... looks you straight in the eye and smiles openly.
Kitano: [Kitano's painting of Noriko shows up. Back to Kitano's pointing finger to his head] Listen, if you hate someone, you have to be prepared for the consequences.
Shiori Kitano: I'm sorry... I never... once... called you, my own father, "Dad."
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