Yoshimitsu Morita (1950–2011)

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Yoshimitsu Morita was born on January 25, 1950 in Chigasaki, Kanagawa, Japan. He was a writer and director, known for The Family Game (1983), And Then (1985) and Haru (1996). He was married to Misao Morita. He died on December 20, 2011 in Tokyo, Japan. See full bio »


(age 61) in Tokyo, Japan

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And Then Director
Haru Writer


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 2016 No yôna mono no yôna mono (based on the film by)
 2011 Train Brain Express (screenplay)
 2009 It's on Me (screenplay)
 2007 South Bound (adaptation)
 2006 The Mamiya Brothers (screenplay)
 2002 Mohou-han
 2000 Colourful
 1998 Kiriko no fûkei (writer)
 1996 Haru
 1995 Non no kekkon (TV Series)
 1991 Happy Wedding
 1989 Kitchen (screenplay)
 1989 24 Hour Playboy (writer)
 1988 Getting Blue in Color (screenplay)
 1988 Bakayaro! I'm Plenty Mad (writer)
 1986 For Business
 1984 Main Theme
 1983 The Family Game (screenplay)
 1983 Love Hard, Love Deep (writer)
 1982 Top Stripper
 1979 Gekiteki Document Report '78-'79 (Documentary) (written by)
 1978 Drive in Chigasaki (screenplay)
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