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Why don’t you play in hell?

dir. Sion Sono



Ficción, 129 min.
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Sinopsis

Ikegamis is a ganstar who is resentful towards an old rival, Muto. Ikegami has always been in love with Muto's daughter, Himizu. Hirata, a filmmaker, and a man named Koji will also find themselves around this mess.

Director / Sion Sono Screenplay / Sion Sono Original Score / Sion Sono Cinematography / Hideo Yamamoto Cast / Jun Kunimura, Shin'ichi Tsutsumi, Fumi Nikaidou, Hiroki Hasegawa, Tomochika, Gen Hoshino, Tak Sakaguchi, Itsuji Itao, Hiroyuke Onoue, Tetsu Watanabe, Tasuku Nagaoka, Akihiro Kitamura Producers / King Records KH Capital BizAsset

Sion Sono

Toyokawa, 1961. Director, writer and poet. He is best known for his movie Love Exposure (2008), and has been calles the most subversive japanese filmmaker of our times. Sono started his poet career in 1978. His poems were published in popular japanese publications such as The Modern Peom Book. Later, he enrolled atthe Hosei University, but left midterm in order to stark making 8mm films. In 1958, he made his debut at the Film PIA Festival with his experimental shortfilm I am Sion Sono!, which has him reading some extracts fom his poetry. In 1987, he colaborated in the movie A Man's Hamamichi, and won the Grand Prize. After receiving a PIA scolarship, Sono made his debut feature film in 16 mm, Bicycle Sights (1990), which co-wrote, directed and acted in it. Sion Siono has also written several moviess, such as Keiko Desuked (1997) (a film about the lonlely life of a waitress). In 1998 he made the short film KAze and in 2001 he directed and wrote, in an amazing two weeks, which would later be his most successful movie to date, Suicide Club (2008). In 2008 he also wrote the popular film Love Exposure, which won several prizes and was highly acclaimed worlwide. He directed the Lord of Chaos film inspired and worked on the Cold Fish thriller. Since 1993, Sono has always written and supervised the soundtracks for his movies alongside his cameraman, Otsuka Yuichiro. His movie, Himizu, made the official selection for the 2011 Venice Film Festival.

Filmografia

  • 2018 —  The Bastard and the Beautiful World
  • 2017 —  Tokyo Vampire Hotel
  • 2017 —  Tokyo Vampire Hotel ( Mini-Series TV) (9 episodios)
  • 2017 —  Shinjuku Swan II
  • 2016 —  Antiporno
  • 2016 —  Madly (segment "Love of Love")
  • 2015 — The Whispering Star
  • 2015 — Everyone Is Psychic!, the Movie
  • 2015 — Tag
  • 2015 —  Shinjuku Swan
  • 2015 —  Love & Peace
  • 2015 — Minna! Esper Dayo!: Bangai hen Esper Miyako e iku (TV Movie)
  • 2014 — Tokyo Tribe
  • 2013 — Venice 70: Future Reloaded (Documentary)
  • 2013 — Vamos a jugar al infierno
  • 2013 — Everyone Is Psychic! ( Mini-Series TV) (6 episodios)
  • 2012 — Kenkichi
  • 2012 — Bad Film
  • 2012 — The Land of Hope
  • 2011 — Himizu
  • 2011 — Guilty of Romance
  • 2010 — Cold Fish
  • 2009 — Be Sure to Share
  • 2009 — Make the Last Wish
  • 2008 — Love Exposure
  • 2007 — Before Prescription Police (TV Series) (2 episodes)
  • 2007 — Exte: Hair Extensions
  • 2006 — Balloon Club Revisited
  • 2006 — rescription Police (TV Series) (2 episodes)
  • 2005 — Hazard
  • 2005 — Strange Circus
  • 2005 — oriko's Dinner Table
  • 2005 — Into a Dream
  • 2004 — No-Pants Girls: Movie Box-ing2 ( "Otona ni nattara")
  • 2003 — Father's Day (Contrometraje)
  • 2002 — Prom Night
  • 2001 — Suicide Club
  • 2001 — 0cm4 (Contrometraje)
  • 2000 — The Real Body
  • 2000 — Teachers of Sexual Play: Modelling Urns with the Female Body
  • 1999 — Depression
  • 1998 — Wind (Contrometraje)
  • 1998 — Dankon: The Man
  • 1997 — I Am Keiko
  • 1993— II The Room
  • 1990 — Bicycle Sighs
  • 1988 — Decisive Match! Girls Dorm Against Boys Dorm
  • 1987 — A Man's Flower Road
  • 1986 — Love (Contrometraje)
  • 1985 — I Am Sono Sion! (Contrometraje)
  • 1984 — Love Songs (Contrometraje)


Festivales y Premios

  • 2013 Festival de Cine de Yokohama: Premio del festival a Mejor actriz de reparto
    Mejor nuevo talento y Mejor película
  • 2013 Festival del Nuevo Cine de Montreal: Premio del público
  • 2013 Festival Internacional de Cine de Cataluña
  • 2013 Festival Internacional de Cine de Toronto: Premio del público
  • 2013 Festival de Cine de Venecia
  • 2013 Festival de Cine Asia-Pacífico
  • 2013 Festival Austn Fantastic: Premio a Mejor director y Mejor película
  • 2014 FANTSASPORTO: Premio Orient Express Section Grand Prize y premio a Mejor película de fantasía internacional.
  • 2014 Festival de Cine Black Movie
  • Online Film Critics Society Awards: Premio OFCS a mejor entrega no estadeunidense

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«Canción de amor al propio cine, a la historia del cine japonés, al 35mm, espectáculo de violencia y disfrute sin igual, Why Don’t You Play in Hell? es también una sátira de los personajes tradicionales de los thrillers japoneses, de las estrellas infantiles y de la industria cinematográfica bajo un ritmo endiablado».
– Otros Cines Europa

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