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Introduction
Shūji Terayama (寺山 修司, Terayama Shūji, December 10, 1935 – May 4, 1983) was a Japanese avant-garde poet, dramatist, writer, film director, and photographer. His works range from radio drama, experimental television, underground (Angura) theatre, countercultural essays, to Japanese New Wave and "expanded" cinema.Many critics view him as one of the most productive and provocative creative artists to come out of Japan. He has been cited as an influence on various Japanese filmmakers from the 1970s onward.
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Introduction
Influential figure in the Tokyo underground art movement of the 1960s. He was a published poet while still in his teens, and later founded the Tenjo Sajiki theater group with Tadanori Yokoo and Yutaka Higashi.
Nationality
Japanese
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Cinematographer, Playwright, Poet, Photographer
Name
Shūji Terayama
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