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Japanese Cinema Reviews
So glad that Taschen has released one of their patented coffee table books on one of my favorite subjects, Japanese films. Galbraith, who wrote a bio of Kurosawa and Mifube (The Emperor and the Wolf) does a nice job of summing up Japanese film history in a clear text nicely laid out amongst beautiful still photos from the films themselves. It includes silents, pre-war, the New Wave, Anime, the 80's and beyond and so forth. You've got Ozu, Naruse, Imamura, Oshima, Fukusaku, Suzuki, Itami, Miike, Tsukamoto, Kaiju (including MATANGO!), Jidai Geki and more. Glad to see Galbraith appreciates the surreal exploiter "Female Scorpion Convict - Jailhouse 41" as much as I do. He covers the canonical and the cult stuff. A few broad statements and misleading photo captions, but all in all a nice primer on a rich subject.