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5' 4½" (1.64 m)
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"I don't think about the audience, I don't think about what makes them happy, because there's no way for me to know. To try to think of what makes for entertainment is a very Japanese thing. The people who think like this are old-fashioned. They think of the audience as a mass, but in fact every person in the audience is different. So entertainment for everyone doesn't exist".
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)_.