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5' 4½" (1.64 m)
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"I don't make rules myself. I didn't study enough to be able to make them. I'm too stupid. I spend my whole life making movies, so I have to enjoy it. Even at times when we had a very tight and difficult schedule, it was always enjoyable. Of course I wonder if the film will be successful afterwards. It's wonderful if a film becomes successful as a result of the enjoyment that we had".
Speaks no English, but did his cameo in Hostel
(2005) in English for Eli Roth
, of whom he is a fan. His character in the end credits is listed as "Miike Takashi."
Strong sense of childhood nostalgia is present in almost all of his films. Along with a glorification of friendship and traditional family units, both normal - Dead or Alive 2: Tôbôsha
(2000) - and perverse - _Bijitâ Q (2001)_.