Seijun Suzuki has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Taste of Cinema – Movie Reviews and Classic Movie Lists' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Seijun Suzuki was highly popular in February, 2017.
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[...] latest from prolific Australian filmmaker Addison Heath comes on like CHOPPER mixed with a Seijun Suzuki crime film of the 60s. This screening also doubles as the book launch party for Aussie genre [...]
[...] cheekbones and give himself a unique ‘chipmunk’ look. It was this surreal hitman comedy from Seijun Suzuki that garnered his reputation as one of Japanese cinema’s most iconic character actors. [...]
[...] countless forgotten dreams and failed schemes behind them. 5. Youth of the Beast (1963, Seijun Suzuki) Seijun Suzuki is rightfully regarded as a renegade who crafted masterpieces from the most [...]
[...] company, Nikkatsu, his work is doomed to exist behind the shadow of his more famous colleague, Seijun Suzuki. The reason for this is Suzuki’s alleged rebel status and extraordinary style. Though his [...]
[...] Strange Case of Angelica. So what did I finally see? Among others... Branded to Kill (Seijun Suzuki) The first screening I attended was on the 22nd October. It was at PVR multiplex at Juhu (next [...]
[...] life he defied the standards of Nikkatsu and made a daring success. It was only decades later Seijun Suzuki would be realized for his talents. 2. A Colt Is My Passport by Takashi Nomura (1967, [...]