Anne Suzuki (é´æ¨æ,Suzuki An?) is a Japanese actress born on April 27, 1987. She is sometimes credited as An Suzuki. She is not related to Anna Suzuki.
A model since the age of three, she got an early break in her acting career at 12 when she starred in the Hollywood film Snow Falling on Cedars with Ethan Hawke. She was next featured in the action movie Returner opposite Takeshi Kaneshiro, and won the Best New Actor at the 26th Japan Academy Awards. She could also be seen in Hana and Alice, the new film from director Shunji Iwai, and Juvenile. She has also provided voice casting for the main character in Katsuhiro Otomo's 2004 anime film, Steamboy, and also takes the main female role of Natsuki Mogi in the Hong Kong race movie Initial D (é æå D) - based on the manga and anime series with the same title.
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Hana and Alice (2004) is a Japanese film by director Shunji Iwai. The film, Shot on HD digital video by the late director of photography, Noboru Shinoda, who shared a longstanding working relationship with Shunji Iwai, concerns the life of two girls, the titular Hana (Anne Suzuki) and Alice (YÃ» Aoi), and the stress placed on their friendship as they move into high school.
Originally shot as a series of short films for the 30th anniversary of Kit-Kat in Japan, it was later expanded into a feature film by Iwai and received theatrical release in Japan in 2004. It moved into theaters in other Asian territories later in 2004 and 2005, and into western film festivals, such as New York Asian Film Festival and Seattle International Film Festival.
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Steamboy (ã¹ãã¼ã ãã¼ã¤,SuchÄ«mubÅi?) is a Japanese animated film, produced by Sunrise, and directed by Katsuhiro Otomo, his second major anime release, following Akira. The film premiered across Japan on July 17, 2004. It was the 2004 recipient of Best Animated Feature Film at the Catalonian International Film Festival. With an initial production cost of $26,000,000, Steamboy is the most expensive full length Japanese animated movie made to date.As evidenced by one of the early production sketches, Steamboy was envisioned as an amalgam between a Scientific Romance (Ã la Frank Reade and Tom Swift); a swashbuckling Douglas Fairbanks cliffhanger (similar to The Rocketeer); and a Republic Pictures serial (similar to The Wild Wild West and Indiana Jones), in contrast to an earlier retro-futuristic dystopia anime, Osamu Tezuka's Fritz Lang-inspired Metropolis (2001).
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Ao no honou (The Blue Light or The Blue Flame in English) is a 2003 Japanese film directed by Yukio Ninagawa. It stars Ninomiya Kazunari (of music group Arashi) as a Shuichi, high school boy dealing with an abusive stepfather ruining his family. The film also stars Anne Suzuki as Shuichi's sister, and Aya Matsuura as his girlfriend.
Returner (Ritaanaa) is a 2002 live action Japanese movie, directed by Takashi Yamazaki starring Takeshi Kaneshiro and Anne Suzuki. Suzuki plays a soldier from the future sent back in time to stop an incident that led to an alien invasion of Earth and slaughter of the majority of the human race. Kaneshiro's character is a reluctant hitman that she soon persuades to help her perform her mission.This is the second film by director Takashi Yamazaki to utilize a number of computer generated visual effects showing bullet time, mecha and transforming alien ships (including a Boeing 747 that appears to transform into a mechanical dragon-ship with aliens on board). The film shows a clear film noir style. The villains in the film are reminiscent of the type of gangsters depicted in Hong-Kong style triad movies. Despite accusations of it being a derivative work, this film lays the groundwork for later CGI-heavy productions such as Casshern....,
Juvenile (ã¸ã¥ããã¤ã« Jubunairu) is a Japanese movie made in 2000.
Snow Falling on Cedars is a film directed by Scott Hicks. It is based on David Guterson's novel of the same title. It was released in 1999 and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Cinematography (Cinematographer: Robert Richardson).
Anne Suzuki was born in Tokyo, Japan