Mamoru Sasaki was born on Sep 13, 1936 in Japan. Mamoru Sasaki's big-screen debut came with Ninja bugei-chô directed by Nagisa Ôshima in 1967. Mamoru Sasaki is known for The Ceremony directed by Nagisa Ôshima, Kenzô Kawarasaki stars as Sakurada Masuo and Atsuko Kaku as Sakurada Ritsuko. The most recent award Mamoru Sasaki achieved is Kinema Junpo Awards. The upcoming new movie Mamoru Sasaki plays is Shinsengumi which will be released on Jan 15, 2000.
A prolific writer for both film and television, equally well known for his collaborations with Nagisa Oshima on pictures like Death by Hanging (1968), and for his long association with Tsuburaya Productions' fantasy series Urutoraman (1966), Urutora Sebun (1967) and other science fiction-oriented television. In all media and genres in which he worked, Sasaki was reknowned for his great imagination and skewed sense of humor. Other than Oshima, Mamoru Sasaki worked most often with award-winning film and television director Akio Jissoji.
BirthdaySep 13, 1936
Place of BirthIshikawa, Japan
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