Satsuo Yamamoto( Film director)
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Biography Satsuo Yamamoto
Yamamoto Satsuo (1910-1983) - film director. Students participated in the labor movement actively fought for a democratic culture. He made his debut film 'your daughter' (1937). After the war, together with F. Cameo set the film 'War and Peace' (1947), imbued with hatred for war and fascism. In 1948, Mr.. dismissed from the studio 'Toho' for striking. The money the union 'Toho' makes a film about the labor movement - 'street violence' (1950). One of the pioneers of the movement 'independent'. In 1950, Mr.. with T. Imai founded 'Sinsey eyga'. Among the significant works of that period 'Zone of emptiness' (1952),' Storm in the mountains of Hakone '(1952),' Street without the sun '(1954),' Song of the trolley '(1959),' The struggle without weapons' (1960), ' Case Matsukawa '(1961). After the collapse of the movement 'independent', working in large companies, remained faithful to the acute social and political issues: 'Great White Tower' (1966), 'War and the people' (1970-1973, 6 series, the D. Gomikave), 'Great Family' (1974), 'annular eclipse of the sun' (1975), 'Pass Nomugi' (1979). Yamamoto contributed to the revival of 'independent' in the late 60's.