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I discovered Tetsuo, the film, back in the late 90s Early 00s and have followed Shinya Tsukamoto s films as much as I have been able ever since.He is an incredibly original director and this book does an excellent job of providing the background to his work The first three chapters provide an overview of Tsukamoto s ewarly life, and then we get into the real meat of the book an in depth look at his filmography fro Tetsuo to Vital, one chapter per film.This is absolutely fascinating and has l I discovered Tetsuo, the film, back in the late 90s Early 00s and have followed Shinya Tsukamoto s films as much as I have been able ever since.He is an incredibly original director and this book does an excellent job of providing the background to his work The first three chapters provide an overview of Tsukamoto s ewarly life, and then we get into the real meat of the book an in depth look at his filmography fro Tetsuo to Vital, one chapter per film.This is absolutely fascinating and has left me wanting to dig out a bunch of DVD s And to fill some of the gaps in my collection There is no other director quite like Shinya Tsukamoto and no two Tsukamoto films are ever the same He is a writer, director, producer, actor, editor, cinematographer, and even works on the publicity and posters for his films A one man band and proud of it.No matter how many five star films he may make in his career, Tsukamoto will likely always be remembered as the director of Tetsuo The Iron Man, and thus referred to as a master of cyberpunk However, his filmography and this book make it v There is no other director quite like Shinya Tsukamoto and no two Tsukamoto films are ever the same He is a writer, director, producer, actor, editor, cinematographer, and even works on the publicity and posters for his films A one man band and proud of it.No matter how many five star films he may make in his career, Tsukamoto will likely always be remembered as the director of Tetsuo The Iron Man, and thus referred to as a master of cyberpunk However, his filmography and this book make it very clear that his interests go far beyond the cyberpunk genre He is, I think, one of the most original filmmakers in the world, and one of the most successful at blending violence body horror with unique human issues topics like feminism, depression, jealousy, and social decay Tom Mes of midnighteye.com puts together an excellent book, detailing Tsukamoto s youth in theatre, as well as in depth coverage on his films, with interviews from Tsukamoto, casts, and staff The book also features some nice, rarely seen BTS photos The one issue I have with the book is not really the book s fault at this point, the book is a little dated The last film covered in detail is 2004 s Vital This leaves out recent films like Haze, Nightmare Detective 1 2, Tetsuo The Bullet Man, and Kotoko If an updated second edition one day became available, I d be happy to add it to my collection In the meantime, Mes reviews for some of the recent Tsukamoto films can be found on midnighteye.com, as well as a nice 2011 interview with the director After reading Tom Mes Miike book I went straight into this In comparison this book comes across a little slight but it makes up for it in being incredibly in depth with so much amazing information on Shinya pre Tetsuo I absolutely love Shinya s work and Mes does it great credit He has a fairly casual style at times but it works well for a cult like icon like Shinya Great read Would love a follow up. Some good production info on the films, but the prose and analysis fall flat for me. Great insight and exhaustive referencing with the man himself, Shinya Tsukamoto Truly an inspirational read.Compared to the Agitator by Tom Mes, a book looking into the cinema of Takashi Miike I feel that the plot analysis wasn t always as full but it was still quite a good guide point for the stories and cinematography contained within Tsukamoto s works. This is a good book for a wicked director I love this chaps movies, and the three films of his that are the real corkers, Tetsuo, Tokyo Fist and A Snake of June are all in here Mes gets it all really well toothan me I have to say and reading this sheds joy on the movies Look at all the increased enjoyment i m getting now Honestly its not all just arty bollocks promise Thanks to films such as Tetsuo , Tokyo Fist and Bullet Ballet , Shinya Tsukamoto has become one of the most widely praised filmmakers in Japan This title reveals the mind, the methods and the madness of Japan s most influential and unique filmmaker Amazing detailed life and work of one of Japan s best and most interesting directors There were times when I couldn t put it down, which is rare for nonfiction There was also a great deal of valuable filmmaking advice for independent filmmakers that I found to be very helpful.