Susumu Hani  

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Susumu Hani (10 October 1928-) is a Japanese film director, and one of the most prominent representatives of the 1960s Japanese New Wave. Born in Tokyo, he has directed both documentaries and feature films. One of his most famous movies is Nanami: The Inferno of First Love (1968), which Hani co-scripted with Terayama Shūji.

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