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Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda

Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda is a movie starring Yellow Magic Orchestra and Ryuichi Sakamoto. A portrait of genius music composer Ryuichi Sakamoto.

Other Titles
La música de Ryuichi Sakamoto, Ban Ben Long Yi: Zhong Qu, 坂本龙一:终曲, Ryuichi Sakamoto: CODA, Untitled Ryuichi Sakamoto Documentary Project, Rjuiči Sakamoto: Koda
Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Music
Stephen Nomura Schible
Yellow Magic Orchestra, Ryuichi Sakamoto
USA, Japan
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

From techno-pop stardom to Oscar-winning film composer, the evolution of Ryuichi Sakamoto's music has coincided with his life journeys. Following Fukushima, Sakamoto became an iconic figure in Japan's social movement against nuclear power. As Sakamoto returns to music following a cancer diagnosis, his haunting awareness of life crises leads to a resounding new masterpiece. RYUICHI SAKAMOTO: CODA is an intimate portrait of both the artist and the man.

Comments about documentary «Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda» (23)

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I can't say much about this film, other than it's really long. You can really sink into the film if you watch it in a few days. It's very heavy on the visuals and the score is very well done. The music is not bad, but I've always liked The Who and Queen. I also really like The Cure and Soundgarden, but for some reason I don't like them, so that's why I did not like this film that much. I'm not saying the music is bad, it just doesn't fit the film. I would recommend this film to people who like classic rock and it's soundtrack, but not to people who like new wave. If you like rock music, this film is for you. If you like music or you like psychedelic rock, you probably won't like this film. The film is very intense, and you need to have a pretty strong stomach to watch it. So if you're looking for a really good rock film, and you like psychedelic rock, this is the film for you. It's not really an enjoyable film, but it's also not a terrible film. It's definitely not a film you can watch for a couple of hours and then forget about. It's a film that will stay in your mind for a while and it's definitely worth watching.

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Sandra Carter

I am a fan of Sakamoto and of his music. I am a bit biased, seeing that I have been a fan of his for over a decade now. But I have been disappointed with the recent album from which this documentary is based. The songs were just too poor to listen to. I have been a fan of his since I was around 12 years old and have seen his albums (and other music videos) since he first came to my attention. However, the songs on the DVD seem to be songs he has sung over and over again, the only difference being the singers. It is like listening to a CD of a singer that is still in the midst of writing songs. It is hard to believe that Sakamoto has been doing this for 20 years. He should have taken advantage of the technology available and not sung the songs over and over again. He should have recorded all of his songs on one tape and then recorded the songs on another tape. It is not a bad thing if the songs sound great, but it does not make for a good album. The first two albums (and the DVD) are worth seeing for the songs, but not for the album itself.

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Samuel J.

This is one of my favorite Japanese films, and I think I could find something to say about it that's already been said. However, I'd be lying if I said I didn't watch this film 10 times before I'd be able to make sense of what it is and what it means. The film is about three friends who were friends for many years but have now drifted apart because one of them is now a heroin addict. They talk about life, the way things are, and the negative effects of people and the world. They're probably the most likable characters in the film, and they manage to capture the essence of their characters with a surprising amount of charm. The music is also very well chosen, and the camera work is perfectly done, even when it seems to wander from one scene to another. This film is very funny and sometimes very sad, and I think that's part of what makes it so interesting and enjoyable. It's the kind of film that leaves you with a sense of a loss, that you can't put a finger on. It's a film that will be seen again and again, and you won't know what to do with it. If you are a fan of the Japanese film industry, or even just a fan of films in general, then I highly recommend this film. It's a shame that this film never had a proper release in the US, because it is very well-done and it deserves to be seen more than once. The story of 'Coda' is about a group of friends who became friends for many years, but now have drifted apart, and their talk is about life, the way things are, and the negative effects of people and the world. They talk about their life, and the way things are. But it's all over soon, and they are reminiscing about their lives. They talk about the things they've done and the things they've seen, and talk about the bad things that happen to them. When the conversation gets to the point where they are reminiscing about their lives, I think you'll get the impression that this is the point at which they start to talk about death, about the things they have done in their lives, and about the bad things that happen to them. It's an interesting way of telling a story, and I'm sure that you'll get the impression that this is the point of the film, but you'll still have to watch it a few times to figure out what the point is. But if you do manage to figure it out, you'll also have to watch it again. I think that's one of the main reasons why this film is so interesting. The film is one of the most important movies in the world, and I think it's only because of the way it's told that it's still being watched after many decades. This is a very important film, and it deserves to be watched more than once.

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Helen S.

For me, Coda is a good movie because of the fact that it is a short film, and also because of the wonderful photography of Guggenheim (which I would consider as one of his greatest achievements). The film starts with a slow, melancholic, and melancholic narration by Guggenheim, the main character, from his childhood to his death. I think that he was a good choice for this movie because, first, he is not an actor, and, second, he is not a comedian, but a filmmaker, and he understands the importance of a documentary film. I think he has done an excellent job with this film, and he is just the best choice for this movie because of this. The film is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen and it is really a good movie, even if you are not a fan of Guggenheim's films. I recommend that you give Coda a try, and watch it if you haven't already.

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Dylan Lynch

The film was shot in the beautiful and uninhabited island of Tōhoku, which is located right on the shores of the Japanese mainland, just about a 2-hour drive from Tokyo. It was directed by Mr. Koji Suzuki, who would go on to direct several other such film about Japan and the relationship between the Japanese and the Americans, including the seminal "Memories of Hiroshima" and the Oscar-winning "The Searchers". The film is about the effects of the atomic bomb on the people of Hiroshima, and is directed very expertly. It tells the stories of the people affected by the bomb, and their struggles to survive the long-term effects of the bomb on their family and their lives. It is an excellent film, and the fact that it was shot in one location on one island, and that it was shot with handheld cameras made it very intimate. I was very impressed by the film, and would recommend it to anyone interested in the history of the atomic bomb. It is very well done, and it will stick in my mind long after the film is over.

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This is a film about a punk rock band called The Vandals that has been the focus of much controversy in the late '80s. It shows the band's rise to fame, but also the rivalry between two rival factions that have been threatening to kill one another for years. There are some great interviews with the band, and even the story of one of their many roadies. It's a fascinating look at a very young band, and even their relationship with their record label. It's also very interesting to see how they began to add their own sound to the music they were making, and how they changed the music as they went along. The film was pretty good, and the music is even better. The film is pretty interesting, but the music is the best part.

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I'd seen the DVD before I saw this movie, and I was very surprised. Not only did I see the complete movie, I also saw the commentary and the Q&A. The commentary covers the story and how it was recorded, the way it was filmed, and the filming locations, etc. There are some new angles in the film that I didn't get to see in the movie. I'd like to see the film again, but it would have to be on DVD or VHS. If you do see it, it's a good film.

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John Fox

A friend of mine recommended me to watch this film, which is based on a novel. The film is a film about how to make the most of a life, and how not to make the most of it. It takes place in a small town in Japan, and is about the way to live. It is a film that shows how life is, how it should be, and how to live. The film is about what to do, and how to live. It's about what to do, and how to live. This is a film that shows how the life of a person should be. I thought it was a good film, but I wasn't too impressed with it, although it is a great film.

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Benjamin P.

I watched this film a few days ago and I would have liked it more had it been better. It is a very very long film, the documentary-style of the production is very good and the energy of the film is great but the story could have been much better if it was better. It is quite interesting to see how he goes about being a musician and his life and how he decides to stop being a musician. He talks about his life when he was a musician, the problems he had with the people around him, and how he tries to become better. He talks about his girlfriend, he talks about his mother, and he talks about his work in the studio. He talks about his band and his friends and his family. The film is really good, the documentary style is really good, and the film really goes a long way, but I would have liked a lot of better story. This film could have been more good if it had a better story.

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Henry Brooks

I recently had the pleasure of watching "Coda" with my friend and the film was very educational and well-made. I felt like it was very inspirational and very, very inspiring. There were so many stories and so many people involved. I was very impressed with how they chronicled the history of the '80s and how the music changed. It really made me think about music and the style it used. The film also talked about the fact that as musicians, we need to be aware of what we are doing and to keep our foot in the door of music. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who has an interest in music or has an interest in music in general. The acting was great and the story was very interesting.

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Takashi Shimizu, a former wrestler and boxer, provides a brief history of his life, including his early years and his breakthrough as a boxer, as well as his recent struggles with drug addiction and alcoholism. He also relates his own experiences with alcoholism, which includes his wife's death. I'm not a wrestling fan, but I know that many of the people who follow the sport are familiar with him. I'm not sure how many of his fans I've known over the years, but the one I knew was his wife, who was in the audience. I was curious about how much I knew about this man, and I'm glad I was able to learn more about his life. He is a very interesting man, and his story is entertaining, but I wasn't sure how much of it was true. It was very interesting to learn that he had a wife, and it's nice to know that his life is very interesting. His story is a bit longer than I expected, but it was worth the wait.

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Japan's greatest pop idol, Yoko, plays on her laptop and computer, and she lives in a very posh Tokyo apartment. The film is about her music and performances, and her life, and how she is surrounded by a group of friends who are always around. It is pretty interesting, and it is great to see a woman so open and honest. I think this is a great film, and I recommend it to anyone who has a strong interest in the subject.

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Carol Soto

I think the first half of the film is pretty good. It's like a continuation of the first half, but it does not feel like it. It seems like it's an epilogue. The second half is somewhat disappointing, I just want to see the video of this and feel like I'm watching it again. I would have liked to see how the actual concert was. The music is great, and I thought the opening song was very good. I have been a huge fan of the first two films, and I enjoyed this one more than the first two. I would recommend this movie to anyone, but it may be a little bit disappointing to some.

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Brittany Lawson

I caught this at a pre-convention screening in Baltimore. Though it's more an interview than a documentary, it's an interesting glimpse into the life of one of the more famous guitarists in the world, Ryuichi Sakamoto. You'd think that someone who was able to play such an influential instrument for so long would have a lot of stories to tell, but in this case, Sakamoto's story seems to be of a sort of lost cause. The guy still playing guitar when he was in his early 60s, yet still a quiet, quiet man. He's probably better known for his music, but as for the rest of his life, he's largely an extremely private person. The fact that this is an interview with someone who was a musician and not a photographer or something just makes me wonder if this was more of a personal thing. Maybe he was just kind of secretive about who he was. Maybe he's a musician, and he wanted people to know about him, but he doesn't want to be known. But that's probably what he's going through. There are some cool things in this film, like his most famous songs and the first ever recorded performance of "I Love You." His life and his music, which was really well done, but he doesn't have a lot of stories to tell. He's mostly just a quiet guy who plays guitar. But at least he had a lot of music to tell.

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Debra Diaz

I have seen several masterpieces of the works of the legendary director Akira Kurosawa, and this is by far the best. I know that I am not a great fan of Akira Kurosawa. I am a relatively new to the director, and even though I have seen all of his masterpieces, I still am not a big fan. This documentary is about the influence of his movies on his life, and it is a very interesting documentary. It has great interviews with various people, including Akira Kurosawa himself, but the interviews are also very interesting and can be quite interesting for a newcomer to the director's work. The documentary is very well made, the interviews are very interesting, and even if you know the director's works, it is still a good documentary to see. I would highly recommend this documentary, and it is a must-see for anyone who is into the director's works.

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Cynthia V.

I just came home from seeing "Coda" with my friend and while we were sitting on the couch we were talking about how "Coda" is a very good movie. I didn't like it, so I didn't think that it's a bad movie. But it's very nice and beautiful to look at, and even though the music isn't really very good, it's quite interesting to listen to. I think that some people should just watch this movie, and not think that it's a bad movie because it's beautiful to look at. I really enjoyed the movie, and I really recommend it. For me, it was 7/10.

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Danielle Peters

I always appreciate a film with a chance to tell a story that is meaningful. While I was impressed by the music and performances in this film, it was not nearly as meaningful as the film itself. I felt that the film could have been a little longer, more insightful and more dramatic. Instead of making the film a 6-hour epic, it became a 2-hour documentary that was neither interesting nor dramatic. It was an interesting, but incomplete and meaningless, documentary.

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Amanda G.

Films like "The Coda" are what we usually refer to as "European" film. If you want to know more about the French New Wave (French and French New Wave) director Serge Gainsbourg, I recommend his film "The Coda". This is a very impressive film. The film tells the story of a photographer who works on the streets of Paris, a photographer who travels the world and the story of his relationships with women, and of his relationships with himself. The film is a huge success, and is often cited as one of the greatest films of all time. I think this film is much more than that, and I feel that Serge Gainsbourg has done a great work in the film. I think that if you look at the film, you will find that it's almost like a film in the vein of "Gone With The Wind", because it has a strong story, and a strong relationship between its characters. I think that the director has done a great job in telling the story. I think that Serge Gainsbourg is a very creative director, and has done a great work in telling his story. I don't know how good the film will be, but I think that it's one of the best films of all time, and I think that if you are looking for an interesting film, you should give it a chance. I think that it's very underrated, and I think that it deserves a lot more attention. It's definitely a great film, and it's one of the best films of all time.

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I saw this documentary at the San Francisco International Film Festival, and I was very surprised that this was not just another "lost" documentary about a forgotten artist, but rather an insightful and very moving look into the life of a unique individual. It is very difficult to find an artist that is truly a legend in their own mind, and this documentary does an excellent job of telling the story of the legendary artist, and all of the people that surround him. The documentary includes interviews with artists, musicians, and other important people in the history of the Japanese American community, and it is very interesting to see the stories of how these people have changed over time. I highly recommend this documentary, and I look forward to more documentaries from this director.

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I think this is a great documentary about the life of Yoko Ono, the founder of The Beatles. It is extremely well done, and shows how she was able to use her talent to build her dream. I have not seen the original documentary, so I don't know how accurate it is, but I think it's very close. It shows that she was a very intelligent person, and had a very positive outlook on life. She was a talented musician, and her passion for music has always been as strong as her love of her husband, George Harrison. I think that this documentary is an important part of the story, and is a must see for anyone who wants to understand the life and times of the Beatles. I think it's very interesting to see how she managed to grow her dream of making music, and of using her musical talent to make a difference in the world. I would definitely recommend this documentary.

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This movie is a tribute to two greats in modern jazz: Buddy Rich and Bill Evans. Both musicians were the pioneers of the modern jazz era. Buddy Rich was born in 1891. By the time he turned forty in 1924, he was a superstar. Bill Evans was born in 1882. By the time he turned forty in 1907, he was a superstar. This film is a tribute to both men. The music is strong and the performances are wonderful. Both men also gave speeches about the importance of their work. The film is really nice. This film is also interesting in that it tells a lot about Jazz and the history of the music, but it also tells about both men. This film will give you a feeling of great nostalgia and of how great jazz has been throughout the years.

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This is a must see for anyone who is into rock music. I was fortunate enough to catch this film at a small film festival. I was impressed with the director's efforts to capture the essence of the music. The audience was captivated by the music and the dialog. I was particularly impressed by the musicians. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to understand the music. It will certainly be a great educational tool for my students.

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Crystal Weber

One of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. I've seen it on video and now on DVD and I was amazed at how much I had learned. It was a pleasure to watch this documentary and to have it available for viewing at home. The film goes back and forth between the history of the Grateful Dead and the current music scene, and it is a true tribute to the musicians and the music. It is clear that there is a great amount of passion and love for the music in this documentary. It is well-done and well-presented. It's a must-see.