Kenta Fukasaku

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Kenta Fukasaku
Born (1973-09-15) September 15, 1973 (age 43)
Tokyo, Japan
Occupation Film director, screenwriter
Parent(s) Kinji Fukasaku
Sanae Nakahara

Kenta Fukasaku (深作 健太 Fukasaku Kenta?, born September 15, 1973 in Tokyo) is a Japanese filmmaker and screenwriter. He is the son of film director Kinji Fukasaku and actress Sanae Nakahara.

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He made his writing debut in the popular Japanese cult film Battle Royale, which his father directed.[1] He wrote the screenplay to the sequel, Battle Royale II: Requiem, and took over directing when his father died of cancer. The film was released in Japan during the winter of 2003.

In 2005, he directed a film called Under the Same Moon (同じツキみている Onaji tsuki o miteiru?) which starred Battle Royale's Taro Yamamoto. His adaptation of the manga Sukeban Deka was released in 2006, under the title Yo-Yo Girl Cop. He also directed horror film X-Cross.

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