Poverty and loneliness could be seen as a liberation from strivings to become rich and popular.
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|Birth:||17th April, 1924|
|Death:||19th February, 2013|
|Profession:||Author, Critic, Film Director, Historian, Journalist, Screenwriter|
Donald Richie was born in Lima, Ohio, USA. He was an American author, joujrnalist, film director, and screenwriter. He only wrote his books or reviewed his movies in Japan. Although he considered himself primarily a film historian, Richie also directed a number of experimental films, the first when he was 17. Among his most noted works on Japan are The Inland Sea, a travel classic, and Public People, Private People, a look at some of Japan's most significant and most mundane people. Richie wrote the English subtitles for Akira Kurosawa's films Kagemusha, Red Beard, and Dreams. He enrolled at Columbia University's School of General Studies in 1949 and received a B.S. degree in English in 1953.
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