Kurosawas first feature, “The Secret Life of Man,” was released in 1972.
The film was one of his first mainstream feature films, and one of the first major independent movies to make the transition from shorts to feature films.
It was directed by Masahiko Kurosami and featured many of the most popular Japanese directors, including Shichiro Mifune, Kenji Mizoguchi, Yasujiro Ozu, Hayao Miyazaki, Akira Kurosaki, and Tatsuya Takahashi.
A year after its release, “Entrapments” was adapted into a live-action film by director Tomokazu Korenashi, which won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film in 1978.
In 2000, Kurosaws first feature film, “Liar,” was made.
In it, he plays a young journalist, who investigates a murder.
The plot revolves around an FBI informant who is involved in a corruption case.
The story was adapted to the big screen by Makoto Shinkai, who also helmed “Lucky Number Slevin.”
In 2005, Kurosawatari made a feature film adaptation of his 1974 film, the story of a young man who finds himself in a parallel world.
This film was a box office success, grossing over $2 billion worldwide.
Kurosawedatari has since made a number of television series, including “Dolls” and “Crazy Taxi.”
In 2018, Kurosatani released “Entrails” a documentary that focuses on the life and work of the director.
The project premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2019.
The documentary was a commercial success, earning over $500,000.
A decade later, ” Entrails ” will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on November 21.