Indiana University Press, 1997 - 183 páginas
Shohei Imamura is among the most important artists of postwar Japanese cinema. Best known in the west for his award-winning The Ballad of Narayama, Imamura has produced a body of work that is unequalled for its tumultuous energy and formal daring. A dozen essays by such eminent authorities of Japanese cinema as Donald Richie, Max Tessier and Audie Bock are supplemented by interviews with and articles by Imamura, which explore his influences, themes and working methods.
Published by Cinematheque Ontario. Distributed in Canada by Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Distributed outside Canada by Indiana University Press.
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The Aim of Ethics
The Aim of Ethical Theory
Notes for a Study on Shohei Imamura Donald Richie
Shohei Imamura Interview Max Tessier with Audie Bock and lan Buruma
Passion and Moral Blindness in The Remains
Shohei Imamura Interview Toichi Nakata
My Approach to Filmmaking Shohei Imamura