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Kei Suma est un Acteur Japonais né le 4 septembre 1935

Kei Suma

Kei Suma
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Nom de naissance Kei Suma
Nationalité Japon
Naissance 4 septembre 1935
Mort 7 décembre 2013 (à 78 ans) à Shinjuku (Japon)

Kei Suma (Japanese: すまけい; 4 September 1935 – 7 December 2013) was a Japanese film and television actor, whose career spanned 25 years.

Born on Kunashir Island under Japanese rule, Suma began his acting career in 1985. He was best known for his roles in A Class to Remember (1993) and Pretty Woman (2003).

Kei Suma died of liver cancer on 7 December 2013, aged 78, in Tokyo.

Le plus souvent avec

Jun Ichikawa
Jun Ichikawa
(2 films)
Issei Ogata
Issei Ogata
(2 films)
Yōji Yamada
Yōji Yamada
(1 films)
Shinji Sōmai
Shinji Sōmai
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de Kei Suma (4 films)

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Gakko
Gakko (1993)
, 2h8
Réalisé par Yōji Yamada
Genres Drame
Acteurs Toshiyuki Nishida, Keiko Takeshita, Kunie Tanaka, Masato Hagiwara, Kiyoshi Atsumi, Takashi Sasano
Note71% 3.5680153.5680153.5680153.5680153.568015
A cantankerous but loveable high school teacher teaches a night school in a poor neighborhood for adult students on the fringes of Japanese society.
会社物語 MEMORIES OF YOU, 1h39
Réalisé par Jun Ichikawa
Genres Drame, Romance
Acteurs Hajime Hana, Kei Suma, Issei Ogata, Kimiko Yo, Hitoshi Ueki
Note62% 3.1418453.1418453.1418453.1418453.141845
The movie follows Hajime Hanaoaka as he struggles with his impending retirement from his administrative job at Tokyo Co. Ltd. He plans to retire on his birthday, December 25, after 34 years of service to the company. The film opens with Hanaoaka boarding a train to work. He goes through the motions of his daily schedule, looking troubled and sad. Hanaoaka is realizing, now that he is about to retire, exactly how much of his life was dedicated to his work, and how much he will lose when he has to leave it. When his coworker asks Hanaoaka to write a reflection on his 34 years of work at Tokyo Co., Hanaoaka writes, "It wasn't just my job. It was my life.... I spoke more with my staff than with my own son." To cope with his sadness, Hanaoaka turns to jazz music. He had played the drums in his past, but hadn't done so in a very long time. When some of his coworkers reveal that they, too, can play instruments, a group of them decide to form the Tokyo Co. Swing Band. This puts Hanaoaka in much better spirits, and he and his fellow musicians spend a lot of time together rehearsing and discussing jazz up until their final performance at Hanaoaka's retirement party.