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Kôji Wakamatsu (1936–2012)

Kôji Wakamatsu was born on April 1, 1936 in Wakuya-machi, Tôda-gun, Miyagi, Japan as Takashi Ito. He was a director and producer, known for United Red Army (2007), Caterpillar (2010) and Go, Go Second Time Virgin (1969). He died on October 17, 2012 in Tokyo, Japan. See full bio »

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(age 76) in Tokyo, Japan

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 2010 Keitai Deka Zenigata Yui (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Episode #1.1 (2010)
 2010 Caterpillar
 2003 Koi suru nichiyôbi (TV Series)
 1995 Endless Waltz
 1979 Ejiki
 1975 Gokan ka wakan ka? (Documentary)
 1975 Porn jikenbo: sei no ankoku (Documentary)
 1974 Inyokurinju
 1972 Kuroi juyoku
 1972 Sei to ai no joken (Documentary)
 1971 Hika
 1971 Sei kazoku
 1970 Sex Jack
 1970 Shinjuku Mad
 1969 Kongaijoji
 1969 Naked Bullet
 1969 Kinpeibai
 1969 Seiyûgi
 1969 Fukushûki
 1968 A Womb to Let
 1967 Rankô
 1967 Seihanzai
 1967 A Certain Adultery (episode "Kuchibeni")
 1967 Sei no hôrô
 1965 Ai no design
 1965 Rikonya kagyo
 1965 Taiyo no heso
 1964 Akai hanko
 1964 Aku no modae
 1964 Gyakujo
 1964 Kawaita hada
 1963 Amai wana
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[why the titles of his films were repetitive] Because the basic theme is the same, because all my films deal with the same primal element--the fight against authoritarianism, the individual hate and revenge against authority and repression. That hate and revenge explode in lust and violence. Is this bad?

Trivia:

Leading director of low-budget 'pink movies' ("pinku eiga"), usually on erotic or political themes.

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Aries

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