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AFI Movie Club: MISHIMA: A LIFE IN FOUR CHAPTERS

Exploring the life and work of Japanese author Yukio Mishima through interweaving narrative strands, MISHIMA: A LIFE IN FOUR CHAPTERS is co-written and directed by AFI Conservatory alum and AFI Honorary Degree recipient Paul Schrader and executive produced by AFI Life Achievement Award honoree George Lucas.

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Comments (2)

Susan Gold

Wonder if you could make your films available on Tubi!



Raymond S. Bradley

The only disappointing thing about this film is the overwriting of the original narration by the actor Roy Scheider, which was wonderful, and the replacement of the narration with the voice of (I am told) Director Paul Schrader, which was singularly bland. I will NEVER forget the first several times I watched this movie in the late 80’s with Mr. Scheider’s narration. It was difficult sitting through a re-watch of the film years later with that memory and with the annoyingly distracting narrative voice which was used instead of Mr. Scheider’s.


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