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The son of Japan?s foremost Ikebana (the art of flower-arranging) expert, Hiroshi Teshigahara lived a dozen artistic lives: sculptor, painter, opera director, interior designer, writer, and more. Yet it was his career as a filmmaker that brought him international recognition. His diverse artistic background and collaboration with Japan?s brightest artists (writer Kobo Abe and composer Toru Takemitsu) resulted in thought-provoking films that destroyed the boundaries of what could be seen on Japanese screens.


Added by Josh Carr on February 6, 2006

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