Synonyms for kaori_momoi or Related words with kaori_momoi

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Examples of "kaori_momoi"
Kaori Momoi (桃井 かおり "Momoi Kaori"; born 8 April 1952 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese actress.
In 1971, he co-directed with Kunio Suzuki the fiction film "Lost Lovers" (Arakajime Ushinawareta Koibitotachi yo) for Art Theatre Guild, which starred Renji Ishibashi and Kaori Momoi.
In January, 2013 the third film by Māris Martinsons "Christmas.Uncensored" (original title "Tyli naktis") has been released in Lithuania. It's a controversial drama, black comedy with a budget of only USD 45 000. The National premiere was held right after Māris Martinsons finished to shoot a psychological mystery drama "Oki - in the middle of the ocean" in Los Angeles, USA. It has been re-union with Japanese actress Kaori Momoi. The film premiere was on 2014. Currently working on the post-production of feature film - drama / mystery "Magic Kimono" starring Kaori Momoi, Issey Ogata.
Kimurake no Hitobito (木村家の人びと) is a 1988 Japanese film directed by Yōjirō Takita. It is also known as The Yen Family in America, as well as Famille Yen in France. It stars Takeshi Kaga and Kaori Momoi. It is a comedy about a family and their obsession for making money.
In 1995, Arato directed "The Girl of the Silence", which stars Mami Nakamura and Kaori Momoi. He returned with the 2003 film, "Akame 48 Waterfalls", starring Takijirō Ōnishi, Michiyo Okusu and Shinobu Terajima. His 2010 film, "The Fallen Angel", starred Toma Ikuta.
Hong Kong: one week in one of the most exotic and picturesque cities of the world. The movie follows six characters whose lives are all connected in one way or another. The day of changes comes when Amaya (Kaori Momoi) meets a charming Englishman, Paul. Their encounter dramatically changes Amaya's perception of her cultural and personal identity. Their lives change forever. But one thing remains universal, love.
Currently, the best-known women filmmaker of Japan may be Naomi Kawase; 2007 she won the Grand Prix in Cannes, while Memoirs of a fig tree, the directorial debut of well-known actress Kaori Momoi, saw the light of the day in 2006. The sociocritical adventure film "" by Shimako Sato's was ""a breakthrough into a bigger budget; it starred Takeshi Kaneshiro and was released all over the world.
Chiyo Sakamoto (Suzuka Ohgo), a young girl from a poverty stricken fishing village, is sold along with her older sister Satsu (Samantha Futerman) into a life of servitude by her aging father. Chiyo is taken in by Mrs. Kayoko Nitta (Kaori Momoi), the Mother (proprietress) of a geisha house in Gion, one of the most prominent geisha districts in Kyoto, whereas Satsu is sold to a prostitution brothel.
Principal photography on the film began on location in Wellington, New Zealand, on February 1, 2016. In April 2016, the full cast was announced, which included Juliette Binoche, Chin Han, Lasarus Ratuere and Kaori Momoi. In May 2016, Rila Fukushima was cast in a role. Filming wrapped up in New Zealand on June 3, 2016. Filming also took place in the Yau Ma Tei and Jordan areas of Hong Kong, around Pak Hoi Street and Woosung Street on June 7, 8 and 10 or 14–16.
In 2009-2010 Māris Martinsons coordinated the development of a second feature film "Amaya", also known as "Hong Kong Confidential". This film stars brilliant Japanese actress Kaori Momoi and Lithuanian musician/actor Andrius Mamontovas. It was notable as the first-ever Latvian-Hong Kong co-production in the film industry. "Amaya" has received a mixture of acclaim and criticism since its debut screening in Riga, Latvia on 14 September 2010. It was a Best Foreign Language Film nominee from Latvia for the 2011 Academy Awards (Oscars).
The eighth annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards was held in Brisbane on 11 December 2014. The International Jury that determined the winners was led by award-winning Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi (jury president), with Anthony Chen, Hiam Abbass, Lu Yue, Maciej Stuhr, and Rajit Kapur as the other jury members. Past International Jury members include Shyam Benegal, Malini Fonseka, Nansun Shi, Lord David Puttnam, Sergey Dvortsevoy, Salman Aristo, Gina Kim, Samuel Maoz, Kaori Momoi, Tahmineh Milani, Jan Chapman, Sasson Gabai, Tian Zhuangzhuang, Aparna Sen, Bruce Beresford, Huang Jianxin, Shabana Azmi and Jafar Panahi.
He began acting after graduating from high school, moving through several theatre companies before joining the Bungakuza theatre group at around the same time as Kaori Momoi. His career as a screen actor started in 1973 with a role as a junior police officer in a TV detective drama called "Taiyō ni Hoero!" He went on to appear in various television series and action films during the seventies. His most remembered role on television was in "Tantei Monogatari", in which he starred as an unlikely private detective. In films, he was known for such gun-toting roles as assassin Shōhei Narumi in the "Yūgi" ("Game") series of films, and master criminal Asakura in "Resurrection of the Golden Wolf".
Born 1975 in Tokyo. His major films are “The Labor Cop”, “Japanese Naked Tribe,” “Aka-sen”, “Cain’s Descendant” (officially selected for the 57th annual Berlin International Film Festival),”USB”(Cast: Kazushi Watanabe, Kaori Momoi, Nao Omori, Hideki Noda etc.). He has participated stage productions as visual planner for such plays as “Elisabeth” and “MOZART!” for TOHO Musical, “The Bee” and “Egg” for NODA MAP productions, “1789”, “Casablanca” for the Takarazuka Revue, and more. Also as a stage director, he energetically deals with staging that makes full use of visuals. And that made him won the 2008 Yomiuri Theater Awards for Excellent Staff Award for Black Cat (Written and Directed by him). His major stage productions are “Persona4 Arena”, “BLOOD-C The LAST MIND”, “GHOST in THE SHELL ARISE : GHOST is ALIVE”, and so on.