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Shall We Dance is a 1996 Japanese film. Its title refers to the song "Shall We Dance?" which comes from Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I. It was directed by Masayuki Suo.


Masayuki Suo, Director: Shall we dansu?. Masayuki Suo was born on October 29 , 1956 in Tokyo, Japan. He is a director and writer, known for Shall We Dance?


Suo Masayuki, (born Oct. 29, 1956, Tokyo, Japan), Japanese film director and screenwriter whose best-known movies address subjects largely unfamiliar to ...


Masayuki Suo Suo Masayuki born October 29 1956 is a Japanese film director ... Suo first film as director was also in the pink film genre: Abnormal Family: Older ...


Jul 8, 2015 ... Masayuki Suo, best known for his original Japanese version of the Hollywood hit ' Shall We Dance?', has directed a new movie musical that ...


Mr. Sugiyama, main character, businessman. Masako, his wife. Mai, young dance instructor, tall thin woman. Ms. Tamura. a stately older woman, owner of the ...


Jul 11, 1997 ... written and directed by Masayuki Suo, is the story of a. Japanese every(business) man (Koji Yakusho of “Tampopo” and recent Palme


Jul 18, 1997 ... With these simple and direct shots, Masayuki Suo establishes loneliness, mystery and allure. Later, all will become clear, but it is more ...


Jun 19, 2014 ... ... with Broadway musicals in "Lady Maiko," Masayuki Suo's variation on ... effort ( a genre Suo popularized through “Sumo Do, Sumo Don't”).


... Yu Tokui, Hiromasa Taguchi, Reiko Kusamura, Hideko Hara, Hiroshi Miyasaka , Kunihiko Ida, Amie Toujou, Ayano Nakamura, Masayuki Suo, Hiroyuki Kato, ...