Hiroshima mon amour ("Hiroshima My Love"; Japanese: 二十四時間の情事 Nijūyojikan'nojōji, "Twenty-four-hour affair") is a 1959 drama film directed by French film director Alain Resnais, with a screenplay by Marguerite Duras. It is the documentation of an intensely personal conversation between a French-Japanese couple about memory and forgetfulness. It was a major catalyst for the Nouvelle Vague (French New Wave), making highly innovative use of miniature flashbacks to create a uniquely nonlinear storyline.
Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (ゴジラvsキングギドラ, Gojira tai Kingu Gidora), is a 1991 Japanese science fiction kaiju film produced by Toho Co., Ltd.. Directed by Kazuki Omori, and featuring special effects by Koichi Kawakita, the film starred Anna Nakagawa, Megumi Odaka, and Akiji Kobayashi. The 18th installment of the Godzilla series featured the return of Godzilla's greatest foe, the three-headed King Ghidorah. Tomoyuki Tanaka had originally desired to create new monster opponents for the series, but after the box office disappointment of 1989's Godzilla vs Biollante Tanaka opted to bring back classic foes instead. The film was a box office hit with sequels released on a yearly basis until 1995. It won a Japanese Academy Award for special effects.
Frankenstein Conquers the World, (released in Japan as Frankenstein versus Subterranean Monster Baragon (フランケンシュタイン対地底怪獣バラゴン, Furankenshutain Tai Chitei Kaijū Baragon)) is a 1965 Kaiju film. A Japanese/American co-production, produced by Toho from Japan and Henry G. Saperstein's company UPA from America. Directed by Ishirō Honda and featuring special effects by Eiji Tsuburaya, the film starred Hollywood actor Nick Adams, alongside Japanese actors Tadao Takashima and Kumi Mizuno.
Barefoot Gen 2 (はだしのゲン2, Hadashi no Gen 2) is a 1986 Japanese action drama anime film following the 1983 Barefoot Gen animated film, loosely based on the Japanese manga series by Keiji Nakazawa.
Black Rain (黒い雨, Kuroi ame) is a 1989 Japanese film by director Shohei Imamura and based on the novel of the same name by Ibuse Masuji. The events are centered on the aftermath of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
Children of Hiroshima (原爆の子, Genbaku no Ko), (lit. Children of the Atomic Bomb) also released as Atom-Bombed Children in Hiroshima, is a 1952 Japanese film directed by Kaneto Shindo. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.
Barefoot Gen: Explosion of Tears (はだしのゲン 涙の爆発, Hadashi no Gen: Namida no Bakuhatsu) is the live-action film of Barefoot Gen Part2 in 1977.
The Face of Jizo (父と暮せば, Chichi to Kuraseba) is a Japanese play written by Hisashi Inoue.
Salvage Mice (サルベージ・マイス, Sarubēji Maisu) is a 2011 Japanese film directed by Ryuta Tasaki.
Barefoot Gen (はだしのゲン, Hadashi no Gen) is the first live-action film of Barefoot Gen in 1976.
Mother (母, Haha) is a 1963 Japanese drama film written and directed by Kaneto Shindo.
Custom Made 10.30 (カスタムメイド10.30, Kasutomu Meido Jū Ten San Zero) is a 2005 Japanese film about an 18-year-old high school student in Hiroshima, and the film is collaborated with a concert of Tamio Okuda on October 30, 2004, at Hiroshima Municipal Stadium for the 10th anniversary of his solo performance.
H Story is a 2001 Japanese drama film by writer-director Nobuhiro Suwa. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival. It is an autobiographical docudrama about an attempt to remake Alain Resnais' 1959 film Hiroshima Mon Amour.
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