Bunraku - History & Background

Bunraku BUNRAKU, JAPANESE

History & Background

Bunraku BUNRAKU (映画)

Bunraku Bunraku

BUNRAKU, JAPANESE PUPPET THEATER

Bunraku History &

Bunraku Bunraku (2010)

Bunraku BUNRAKU (映画)

Bunraku

Bunraku Japanese Culture

BUNRAKU, JAPANESE PUPPET THEATER

Bunraku Kabuki, Noh

Bunraku Bunraku (2010)

Bunraku Kabuki, Noh

Japanese Culture

BUNRAKU (映画)

In order to match the character more closely, puppet heads were repainted to the right skin tone or wigs are changed.

  • Mortal Kombat meets The Warriors meets Clockwork Orange meets Kung Fu Hustle in this East meets West film.

  • [ ] Elements of the form [ ] The puppets of the Osaka tradition tend to be somewhat smaller overall, while the puppets in the tradition are some of the largest as productions in that region tend to be held outdoors.

  • This led to an official ban on these kinds of plays.

Bunraku (2010)

Bunraku was revolutionized in the late 17th century by the playwright Chikamatsu Monzaemon Embree.

  • Visual development [ ] Snoot FX, a division of Snoot Entertainment, and Origami Digital LLC are responsible for all the animation and visual effects work on Bunraku.

  • Bunraku was originally the name given to the theater in which the puppet drama was performed, but it came to be used as the name of the art itself.

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