Rashomon was Akira Kurosawas first big hit in the western world, and is a cinematic masterpiece
Naruses final film is not his best, but a moving tragedy about impossible love
Death Note is quite the terrible adaptation of quite the good source material
The Whole Family Works is Mikio Naruse during World War 2. trying to tell a dramatic tale of a family falling apart
Even though Dancing Girl is not Mikio Naruse on his best, it is still a pretty fascinating film and shows the start of the era where he was at his best.
Apart From You is one of Naruses few surviving silent movies, and quite the dramatic tale of family
Hideko The Bus-Conductor is a unique piece of cinema from Japan in the 1940s when Mikio Naruse was not that well known.
Mikio Naruses “The Stranger Within a Woman” is a kind of exciting thriller you have never seen before.
Sweet Bean is Naomi Kawases brilliant drama film of friendship growing across three different generations
Our Little Sister is a moving japanese masterpiece about sibling love and how to cope with loss