"Live Today Die Tomorrow 裸の十九才", Original Release Movie Poster 1970, B2 Size
"Live Today Die Tomorrow 裸の十九才", Original Release Movie Poster 1970, B2 Size
"Live Today Die Tomorrow 裸の十九才", Original Release Movie Poster 1970, B2 Size
"Live Today Die Tomorrow 裸の十九才", Original Release Movie Poster 1970, B2 Size

"Live Today Die Tomorrow 裸の十九才", Original Release Movie Poster 1970, B2 Size

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Superb and violent image for the 1970 cult Pinky movie directed by Kaneto Shindo

Nineteen-year-old naked " (ten of naked relief) is, 1970 was published in Modern Motion Picture Association , a Japanese movie production. The director is Kaneto Shindo . It is based on the case of Norio Nagayama's continuous shootings that occurred in 1968, and is starring Daijiro Harada, who was a newcomer at the time . He has also won the Gold Award at the Moscow International Film Festival .

Kaneto Shindo (新藤 兼人Shindō Kaneto, April 22, 1912 – May 29, 2012) was a Japanese film director, screenwriter, film producer, and author. He directed 48 films and wrote scripts for 238. His best known films as a director include Children of Hiroshima, The Naked Island, Onibaba, Kuroneko and A Last Note. His scripts were filmed by such directors as Kon Ichikawa, Keisuke Kinoshita, Seijun Suzuki, Fumio Kamei, and Tadashi Imai.

Shindo was born in Hiroshima Prefecture, and he made several films about Hiroshima and the atomic bomb. Like his early mentor Kenji Mizoguchi, many of his films feature strong female characters. He was a pioneer of independent film production in Japan, founding a company called Kindai Eiga Kyokai. He continued working as a scriptwriter, director and author until his death at the age of 100.