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Tomiko Ishii is a Actor Japonaise born on 12 january 1935 at Osaka City (Japon)

Tomiko Ishii

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Nationality Japon
Birth 12 january 1935 (84 years) at Osaka City (Japon)

Tomiko Ishii (石井 トミコ, Ishii Tomiko, born January 12, 1935 in Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese actress.

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Filmography of Tomiko Ishii (6 films)

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20th Century Boys 1: Beginning of the End, 2h22
Directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Action, Adventure
Actors Toshiaki Karasawa, Arata Iura, Takako Tokiwa, Yoriko Dōguchi, Teruyuki Kagawa, Takashi Ukaji
Rating66% 3.3493353.3493353.3493353.3493353.349335
En 1969, Kenji et sa bande de copains passent leurs vacances d’été à rêver de l’exposition universelle d’Osaka et à s’inventer un scénario catastrophe de fin du monde dans leur cahier des prédictions. À cette époque, Kenji voulait devenir une rock star et sauver l’humanité. En 1997, Kenji aide sa mère dans la supérette de quartier tout en jouant la baby-sitter pour sa nièce Kanna. Ses rêves de gamin resurgissent lorsque la police le questionne sur une mystérieuse organisation dont le symbole serait identique à celui inventé dans le cahier des prédictions de sa jeunesse. Tous les indices mènent à une mystérieuse secte dont le chef se fait appeler Ami.
The Ramen Girl, 1h42
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Themes Cooking films, Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Brittany Murphy, Sohee Park, Toshiyuki Nishida, Tammy Blanchard, Kimiko Yo, Daniel Evans
Rating62% 3.1482453.1482453.1482453.1482453.148245
Abby (Brittany Murphy) is an American girl who goes to Tokyo to be with her boyfriend, Ethan (Gabriel Mann). Ethan tells her that he has to go to Osaka on a business trip and may not be back for a while. Abby asks to go with him but Ethan refuses and breaks up with her. Abby goes to a ramen shop afterward, and the chef Maezumi (Toshiyuki Nishida) and his wife Reiko (Kimiko Yo) tell her that they are closed. Abby does not understand them as she does not speak Japanese. She starts to cry, so the chef conveys to her to sit down. He brings her a bowl of ramen, and she loves it. A small distance away, she hallucinates that the lucky cat, known as the Maneki Neko, or Beckoning Cat, gestures to her to come over. She offers to pay for her meal, but the chef and his wife refuse.
Shall We Dance?, 2h16
Directed by Masayuki Suo
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, Comedy, Musical, Romance
Themes Dance films, Seafaring films, Sports films, Transport films
Actors Kōji Yakusho, Tamiyo Kusakari, Naoto Takenaka, Masahiro Motoki, Eriko Watanabe, Yu Tokui
Roles Haruko Haraguchi
Rating76% 3.847883.847883.847883.847883.84788
The film begins with a close-up of the inscription above the stage in the ballroom of the Blackpool Tower: "Bid me discourse, I will enchant thine ear", from the poem Venus and Adonis by William Shakespeare. As the camera pans around the ballroom giving a view of the dancers, a voice-over explains that in Japan, ballroom dancing is treated with suspicion.
Story of a Prostitute, 1h36
Directed by Seijun Suzuki
Origin Japon
Genres Drama, War, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about prostitution, Erotic thriller films
Actors Kayo Matsuo, Tomiko Ishii, Kaku Takashina
Rating73% 3.6896953.6896953.6896953.6896953.689695
Disappointed by the marriage of her lover to a woman he does not love, prostitute Harumi drifts from the city to a remote Japanese outpost in Manchuria to work in a "comfort house," or brothel, during the Sino-Japanese war. The commanding adjutant there takes an immediate liking to the new girl, but she is at first fascinated, and comes to love, Mikami, the officer's aide. At first he is haughty and indifferent to the girl, which enrages her, but they are drawn together eventually. Abused and manipulated by the adjutant, she grows to hate the officer and seeks solace in Mikami's arms. They carry on a clandestine affair, which is a dangerous breach of code for both of them.
Gate of Flesh, 1h30
Directed by Seijun Suzuki
Genres Drama
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about prostitution
Actors Joe Shishido, Tomiko Ishii, Kayo Matsuo
Roles Roku
Rating75% 3.791353.791353.791353.791353.79135
In an impoverished and burnt out Tokyo ghetto of post-World War II Japan, a band of prostitutes defend their territory, squatting in a bombed-out building. Somehow they eke out a living together. Forming a sort of family in an environment where everyone (American soldiers and Japanese yakuza) is a potential antagonist, the girls cajole each other, and ruthlessly punish any of their group who violate the cardinal rule—no having sex for free. A new girl, Maya (Yumiko Nogawa), joins their group and learns the trade. An ex-soldier, Shintaro Ibuki (Joe Shishido), is shot nearby and holes up with the girls. Each of them starts to crave Ibuki, placing strains on the group. Maya feels it worse, seeing him as replacement for her brother (who died in Borneo). She takes him after a night of drunken revelry, and both are ostracized. Agreeing to run away together, he is shot in a double-cross, and she is left as she was at the beginning of the film—alone and hopeless.