Kōki Mitani

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Kōki Mitani
Born (1961-07-08) July 8, 1961 (age 53)
Nationality Japanese
Occupation Playwright, screenwriter, actor, film director

Kōki Mitani (三谷 幸喜 Mitani Kōki?, born July 8, 1961) is a Japanese playwright, screenwriter, actor and film director. He was previously married to Japanese actress Satomi Kobayashi. In an attempt to add his own character to his movies, as a director he takes most of his scenes with a one-scene=one-shot system, moving the camera around as opposed to cutting. He claims this comes from his experience in theatre, where there are of course, no cuts. Mitani does not use a computer.[1]

Feature films and TV dramas[edit]

(Note: Many of Mitani's films began as successful plays.)

Theatre works[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Tanaka, Nobuko, "Japan's Mr. Comedy", Japan Times, 2 June 2012, p. 7

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