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Masahiro Kobayashi is a Actor and Director Japonais born on 16 may 1971 at Yakumo (Japon)

Masahiro Kobayashi

Masahiro Kobayashi
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Nationality Japon
Birth 16 may 1971 (48 years) at Yakumo (Japon)

Masahiro Kobayashi (小林 正寛, Kobayashi Masahiro, born May 16, 1971) is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Yakumo, Hokkaido. In 1995, he enrolled in the Seinenza Theater Company. Masahiro's notable roles include Barret Wallace, and Ryid Uruk from the Final Fantasy video game series.

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Filmography of Masahiro Kobayashi (4 films)

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Actor

Code Name Melville, 1h16
Directed by Olivier Bohler
Origin France
Genres Documentary
Themes Documentary films about war, Documentary films about historical events, Political films, Documentary films about World War II
Actors Jean-Pierre Melville, Johnnie To, Masahiro Kobayashi, Masahiro Kobayashi, Pierre Grasset, Bertrand Tavernier
Rating75% 3.754253.754253.754253.754253.75425
Jean-Pierre Melville, born Jean-Pierre Grumbach, was of Alsatian Jewish descent. Having to flee Nazi-occupied France during World War II, he joined the French Resistance and took the pseudonym Melville, in tribute to American novelist Herman Melville. He subsequently retained his war name as his stage name, once the war was over. This personal experience of the war and in particular of resistance fighting impacted Melville's formative year and has an influence which can be seen in his films.
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, 1h40
Directed by Tetsuya Nomura
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Science fiction, War, Thriller, Comedy, Documentary, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Horror, Historical, Musical, Crime, Animation, Romance, Western
Themes Films about computing, Jeu, Films about video games, Films based on video games
Actors Takahiro Sakurai, Ayumi Ito, Kenichi Suzumura, Showtaro Morikubo, Māya Sakamoto, Megumi Toyoguchi
Roles Barret Wallace
Rating72% 3.647753.647753.647753.647753.64775
Setting Advent Children takes place two years following the events of the 1997 role-playing video game Final Fantasy VII, during which the antagonist Sephiroth attempted to absorb the Lifestream (the lifeblood and soul of the planet) and be reborn as a god. He was defeated by Cloud Strife and his companions but Sephiroth's final spell, Meteor, destroyed the city of Midgar.
Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack, 1h45
Directed by Shūsuke Kaneko
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Fantastic, Fantasy, Action, Adventure
Themes Films about animals, Dinosaur films, La fin du monde, Kaiju films, Films about magic and magicians, Seafaring films, La préhistoire, Transport films, Animaux préhistoriques, Films about insects, Films about dragons, Les fées, Giant monster films, Godzilla films, Films about extraterrestrial life, Disaster films
Actors Chiharu Niiyama, Masahiro Kobayashi, Ryudo Uzaki, Kaho Minami, Masahiro Kobayashi, Shirō Sano
Roles Teruaki Takeda (science writer)
Rating71% 3.595163.595163.595163.595163.59516
During a meeting of the Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) for the potential return of Godzilla, Admiral Taizo Tachibana briefs cadets about Godzilla's first attack. A nuclear submarine is reported missing, which is later found to have been destroyed by Godzilla. Tachibana's daughter, Yuri Tachibana films a docudrama with her crew at Mt. Myoko, where a mysterious earthquake randomly ensues. The odd earthquake returns later that night burying a biker gang and leaving one surviving trucker who witnesses the monster, Baragon.

Director

Bashing
Bashing (2005)
, 1h22
Directed by Masahiro Kobayashi, Masahiro Kobayashi
Origin Japon
Genres Drama
Actors Nene Otsuka, Teruyuki Kagawa
Rating68% 3.4381753.4381753.4381753.4381753.438175
Yuko Takai and a few other Japanese political activists in the Middle East were kidnapped and used as hostages. Upon returning to Japan, Yuko is mistreated for basically "making ripples in the water;" in other words, for not committing suicide and for making the Japanese look weak. This story is based on the real affairs of the kidnapping of three Japanese political activists by Islamic extreme terrorists in Iraq in April 2004. Yuko Takai is a model of Nahoko Takato, a political activist, who was also harshly criticised by almost all Japanese.