Full Cast & Crew - Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985)
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Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985)

Genres: Biography, Drama

Taglines: On November 25, 1970, Japan's greatest author Yukio Mishima commited an act that shocked the literary world...

Director: Paul Schrader

Writers: Paul Schrader, Leonard Schrader, Yukio Mishima

Stars: Ken Ogata, Masayuki Shionoya, Hiroshi Mikami, Junya Fukuda, ...

A fictionalized account in four segments of the life of Japan's celebrated twentieth-century author Yukio Mishima. Three of the segments parallel events in Mishima's life with his novels (The Temple of the Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku-ji), Kyoko's House, and Runaway Horses), while the fourth depicts 25 November 1970, "The Last Day"...

Directors:

Paul Schrader

Writers:

Paul Schrader (written by) &
Leonard Schrader (written by)
Yukio Mishima

Producers:

Francis Ford Coppola executive producer (as Francis Coppola)
George Lucas executive producer
Tom Luddy producer
Yosuke Mizuno line producer
Alan Poul associate producer (as Alan Mark Poul)
Chieko Schrader associate producer
Leonard Schrader associate producer
Mataichirô Yamamoto producer (as Mata Yamamoto)

Actors:

Ken Ogata Yukio Mishima (segment "November 25, 1970") / Narrator
Masayuki Shionoya Morita (segment "November 25, 1970")
Hiroshi Mikami Cadet #1 (segment "November 25, 1970")
Junya Fukuda Cadet #2 (segment "November 25, 1970")
Shigeto Tachihara Cadet #3 (segment "November 25, 1970")
Junkichi Orimoto General Mashita (segment "November 25, 1970")
Naoko Ôtani Mother (segment "Flashbacks")
Gô Rijû Mishima, age 18-19 (segment "Flashbacks")
Masato Aizawa Mishima - age 9-14 (segment "Flashbacks")
Yuki Nagahara Mishima, age 5 (segment "Flashbacks")
Kyûzô Kobayashi Literary Friend (segment "Flashbacks")
Yuuki Kitazume Dancing Friend (segment "Flashbacks")
Haruko Kato Grandmother (segment "Flashbacks")
Yasosuke Bando Mizoguchi (segment "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion")
Hisako Manda Mariko (segment "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion")
Naomi Oki First Girl (segment "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion"
Miki Takakura Second Girl (segment "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion
Imari Tsujikoichi Sato Madame (segment "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion") (a
Kôichi Satô Kashiwagi (segment "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion")
Kenji Sawada Osamu (segment "Kyoko's House")
Reisen Ri Kiyomi (segment "Kyoko's House")
Setsuko Karasuma Mitsuko (segment "Kyoko's House")
Tadanori Yokoo Natsuo (segment "Kyoko's House")
Yasuaki Kurata Takei (segment "Kyoko's House")
Mitsuru Hirata Thug (segment "Kyoko's House")
Toshiyuki Nagashima Isao (segment "Runaway Horses")
Hiroshi Katsuno Lieutenant Hori (segment "Runaway Horses")
Naoya Makoto Kendo Instructor (segment "Runaway Horses")
Hiroki Ida Izutsu (segment "Runaway Horses")
Jun Negami Kurahara (segment "Runaway Horses")
Ryô Ikebe Interrogator (segment "Runaway Horses")
Toshio Hosokawa 'Rokumeikan' Producer
Hideo Fukuhara Military Doctor
Yosuke Mizuno 'Yukoku' Producer
Eimei Esumi Ichigaya Aide-de-Camp
Minoru Hodaka Ichigaya Colonel
Shôichirô Sakata Isao's Classmate
Alan Poul American Reporter (as Alan Mark Poul)
Ren Ebata Reporter #1
Yasuhiro Arai Reporter #2
Fumio Mizushima Reporter #3
Shinji Miura Pavilion Acolyte
Yuichi Sato Student
Sachiko Akagi Thug's Girl Friend
Tsutomu Harada Romeo
Mami Okamoto Juliet
Atsushi Takayama Interrogation Policeman
Kimiko Ito Grandmother's Nurse
Kojiro Oka First MP
Tatsuya Hiragaki Actor #1
Shinichi Nosaka Policeman
Sachiko Hidari Osamu's Mother
Roy Scheider Narrator (voice)
Chishû Ryû A monk (uncredited)
Yuki Kitazume Dancing Friend (segment "Flashbacks") (as Yuuki Kitazum