・John Junkerman,Director
・John Junkerman,Director
・HIGASHI Yoichi,Director
・HIGASHI Yoichi,Director
・John Junkerman,Director
・HASHIGUCHI Ryosuke,Director
・SATO Makoto,Director
HIGASHI Yoichi,Director
・HIGASHI Yoichi,Director
・UMEKAWA Toshiaki,Director
・HIGASHI Yoichi,Director
・SATO Makoto,Director
 
     
 
 
 
Born in 1962 in Nagasaki, Japan, Hashiguchi began shooting Super-8 in high school. While studying film at Osaka Arts University, he gained a reputation for his realistic style, centered on complex portraits of his characters. Hashiguchi dropped out of university and worked as a director of TV programs and videos.
 
His 1989 film, “THE SECRET OF LAST NIGHT”, won the Pia Film Festival Grand Prize. He then wrote and directed “A TOUCH OF FEVER.” This sensitive portrait of a young, alienated student who works as a male prostitute was released in Japan in 1993 and marked a record hit at the theater where it was shown. The film was invited to the Berlin International Film Festival Young Forum and screened at more than 25 festivals around the world.
 
His last film, “LIKE GRAINS OF SAND” (1995), was a 35mm feature, produced by Toho Co., Inc. and PIA Corporation. It won grand prizes at the Rotterdam Film Festival, the Dunkirk Film Festival, and the Turin Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
 
Hashiguchi’s other writing credits include novels, essays, television and film scripts. He also took a starring role in the television series “Tsuge Yoshiharu World” vol. 1 & 2, directed by TOYOKAWA Etsushi.
 
 
1989 THE SECRET OF LAST NIGHT ("Yube no Himitsu")
1992   A TOUCH OF FEVER ("Hatachi no Binetsu")
1995   LIKE GRAlNS OF SAND ("Nagisa no Shindobaddo")
2001   「Hush!」
 
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