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Keiichi Uraoka

Editing

31 Movies0TV shows
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About Keiichi Uraoka

Keiichi Uraoka is a 92 years old male from Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. Keiichi is most well known for editing, and has 31 known credits, of which 31 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Keiichi Uraoka’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Keiichi Uraoka’s movies you should definitely watch The Fossil (1975), as with 7.0 it is the highest rated movie Keiichi has worked on!

  1. The Fossil (1975)
  2. Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis (1988)
  3. Rainbow Over Paris (1970)
  4. Barefoot Gen Part 3: Battle of Hiroshima (1980)
  5. I've Heard the Ammonite Murmur (1992)

1. The Fossil (1975 Movie)

The best rated movie Keiichi Uraoka has been a part of is the drama movie The Fossil, where they had the role of editing. It has a rating on Friendspire of 7.0 and 7.2 on IMDb.

2. Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis (1988)

Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis has a rating on 6.1 on IMDb . Keiichi Uraoka worked on this mystery, fantasy, horror, thriller movie as editing.

3. Rainbow Over Paris (1970)

In Rainbow Over Paris Keiichi Uraoka was worked as editor.

4. Barefoot Gen Part 3: Battle of Hiroshima (1980)

In Barefoot Gen Part 3: Battle of Hiroshima Keiichi Uraoka had the role of editing.

5. I've Heard the Ammonite Murmur (1992)

Keiichi Uraoka was a part of the movie I've Heard the Ammonite Murmur as editing.

Frequently asked questions

When was Keiichi Uraoka born?

Keiichi Uraoka’s birthday is on 4 May 1930.

What is Keiichi Uraoka’s gender?

Keiichi Uraoka is male.

Where was Keiichi Uraoka born?

Keiichi Uraoka was born in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.

What is Keiichi most known for?

Keiichi Uraoka is most known for editing. Keiichi has worked on 31 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Keiichi Uraoka’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Fossil, which has a score of 7.0.

Keiichi’s Filmography

Executive producer. An industrialist is diagnosed with terminal cancer. He is on a trip to Europe at the time, and a glimpse of a Japanese woman in that setting causes him to fantasize about her as the personification of his impending death. As his dialogue with his imagined mortality continues, he actually meets the living woman who is the template for his fantasy, and together they tour rural churches. Gradually he comes to some kind of peace about the diagnosis. When he returns to Japan, he is met with a series of challenges which profoundly test the lessons he has learned.

Executive producer. A young composer falls in love with the beautiful daughter of a wealthy company president and flies to Paris when he learns she is studying music there. But, when he finally wins her after many difficulties, he somehow feels empty, because his spirit has always been aroused against barriers before him.

Executive producer. Ammonites were a kind of snail-like precursor to today's mollusks, common in the seas of the Cretaceous period, many millions of years ago. They are among the most commonly found fossils, so they must have been extremely plentiful. In this meditative and largely unstructured first feature, a young geologist is traveling by train to visit his sister in the countryside after having received a disturbing and mysterious letter from her. As he travels, he remembers his childhood fixation with rocks, nurtured by his mother, and his very strong affection for his sister.

Executive producer. The story of a Japanese man who as a 16-year-old went to Maui to work in the sugar cane fields in order to support his family back in Japan. Now 89 and still living in Hawaii he is visited by his granddaughter who brings him a letter from his disinherited and recently dead son. This brings back memories of his life with his wife and family following the attack on Pearl Harbor, in particular of his son who had gone off to join the war for the Americans.

Executive producer. Though he has come from a rough background on the streets, Muraki (Horoki Matsukata) quickly rises through the ranks by means of his well-honed blackmailing instincts. Desperate to keep rolling with his freewheeling lifestyle, Muraki sees his luck begin to crumble when he sets his sights on the business partners of a powerful gang boss.

Executive producer. Yoshida's first feature follows the lives of young students against a background of jazz, emptiness and boredom. The plot is fairly simple: a "good-for-nothing" from a poor background falls in love with the young secretary of his rich friend's father. The woman senses good in him and tries to lead him on the right path.

Executive producer. Nobuko and five male friends graduate from a high school, promising to remain friends forever. One year later, Nobuko is working as a mediocre actress for TV commercials, and the five men are wearing beards and have formed a psychedelic rock band. One day, Nobuko meets Jun, who draws cartoons based on his experiences.

Executive producer. Kleptomaniac Sonoko and young, beautiful Mitsuko begin an unusual love affair which develops fast into a kinky sexual love triangle when Sonoko’s husband gets involved.

Executive producer. Jun has come to Tokyo from his family home, an island which resembles a ship. He works in a machine shop and is attempting to develop a career as a cartoonist in his spare time. When he travels around the town by subway, he has grown into the habit of groping female passengers in a sexual way. They never denounce him, and many seem to respond very favorably, moaning in apparent ecstasy. However, when his girlfriend sees him doing this, she denounces him to the police. The woman he was groping at the time refuses to press charges; indeed, she says that what was happening was nobody's business. Still, Jun's girlfriend leaves him. He goes to his father's grave to pay his respects, but somehow cannot find it. On his way back, he sees a number of men molesting a woman and does nothing to stop them. Eventually his girlfriend comes back to him, and his indulgence in train-groping tapers off.

Executive producer. In a small backwater in Northern Japan, self-assured Shigeru and shy Shinji are best friends since childhood. Shigeru, an aspiring hobby painter, adores the seemingly unapproachable flutist Haruyo Kikuchi from afar, and secretly paints her portrait for a national contest. His friend Shinji has a crush on Hitomi, the daughter of the local grocery shop, who, for her part, likes Shigeru since he once cared for her in a critical situation, while they were kids. When Shigeru learns that his shy friend doesn't dare to talk to Hitomi, he decides to help him, asking Hitomi to go out with Shinji. But when Hitomi admits her love for him, Shigeru's youthful hormones are beginning to run wild, with a disastrous outcome.

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