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Ryutaro Nakamura - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography

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April 15, 1955 - June 29, 2013 - Japanese cartoonist. He became famous for miniseries with philosophical overtones and original graphics.

Joined Madhouse Inc. For a long time he worked as an assistant to other directors, participating in the filming of individual episodes in the series.

The first independent full-length debut work of the director-animator was the film "Tom's Adventures" (1992) based on the story by Masumi Lino. It was followed in 1994 by the film "Life of Gusco Budori", based on the story of Kenji Miyazawa.

Gruvemuvestart The Lane Experiments (1998, originally written by Abe Yoshitoshi) is an internationally acclaimed TV series written by Chiaki Konaka, who has become his regular contributor to the films. The series first aired on Japanese TV Tokyo between July 6 and September 28, 1998. Simultaneously, the game "Experiments Lane" (1998) was released, directed by Tetsuya Endo. A fourteen-year-old schoolgirl lives in her own cozy little world. The misfortune that happened to the girl in the parallel class and the email she received are changing her life. Mysteries and strange events burst into her life. The girl plunges into the world of eternal questions about reality and its perception, memory and consciousness, God and humanity. The series became one of the founders of the cyberpunk genre. After a wide screening around the world, there were rumors about the upcoming release of a sequel to the series, but they were not confirmed.

Among other works as a director: "Multicolor" (1999, 16 episodes of six minutes, connected by common characters, filled with vulgar humor and revolving around sex), episode 17 in the TV series Sakura Wars (2000), the TV series Cinema Travel "(2003, based on a series of short stories by Shigasawa Keiichi - a set of short parables in the spirit of Lewis Carroll and Franz Kafka) and" RES "(2006, the main character of the series wants to become a voice actress, voice actress for film and animation characters) and" Cinema Journey: Wonderful World "(2007), fantasy" The Legend of Crystania "(1996, on the plot of the war of the gods).

In 2007, he directed the series Ghost Hunting (Chasing the Ghost). The fourteen-year-old main character lives in a quiet provincial town. Eleven years ago, he and his sister were kidnapped. The children were found in an abandoned house, the girl died, and the boy survived. He has dreams in which he leaves his body and relives the events of his abduction.

In 2009, it was announced that Ryutaro Nakamura would be working on a new project called Despera. Production was suspended following news that Nakamura was suffering from an unknown illness.

The director's last work was a feature-length film based on the novel by Jules Verne (Two Years Long Vacation) The Lost 15 Boys: The Big Adventure on Pirates' Island (2013), which was released after his death. Fifteen kittens end up on a desert island. The heroes will have to go through serious trials, the island itself is full of secrets to be solved.

Ryutaro Nakamura has worked as a storyboard artist for many famous anime projects by other directors.

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