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Shōhei Imamura (Tokyo, 15 September 1926 – 30 May 2006) was a Japanese film director. Imamura was the first Japanese director to win two Palme d'Or awards, but was never Oscar nominated for any category.
His eldest son Daisuke Tengan is also a script writer and film director, and worked on the screenplays to Imamura's films The Eel (1997), Dr. Akagi (1998), Warm Water Under a Red Bridge (2001) and 11'9"01 September 11 (2002).
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|3||Black Rain (1989)||Director / Writer||7|
|4||The Ballad of Narayama (1983)||Director / Writer||9|
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|8||The Insect Woman (1963)||Director / Writer||-|
|9||Pigs and Battleships (1961)||Director / Writer||7|
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|11||Early Summer (1951)||Director / Writer||8|