29 July 2012 10:09 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

The 2012 edition of Japan Cuts may be drawing to a close this evening, but we still have a few more treats up our sleeve. And this may be the best yet! Cementing himself as a star in his native Japan on the TV drama Tokugawa Ieyasu in the 1980s, and only getting more popular since, Kôji Yakusho was the guest of honor at this year's fest. And why not? The man has left an undeniable mark across seemingly every genre, and through a few international productions. If you've seen Tampopo, Shall We Dance?, Cure, Babel, or 13 Assassins, then you know very well of the man's astronomical range and electric charisma as a performer. Our correspondent, The Lady Miz Dive was fortunate enough to »

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