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Cutie and the Boxer - (2013)

This Movie is a HIGH SCORE movie with MID-LEVEL INAPPROPRIATE CONTENT. You may have to watch some inappropriate content however; it does not dominate the entire movie.

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Cutie and the Boxer (2013) on IMDb
Genres: Documentary
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A reflection on love, sacrifice, and the creative spirit, this candid New York tale explores the chaotic forty year marriage of famed boxing painter Ushio Shinohara and artist Noriko Shinohara.

Produced by
Patrick Burns: producer
Lydia Dean Pilcher: producer
Ezra Edelman: co-producer
Zachary Heinzerling: producer
Kiki Miyake: executive producer
Sierra Pettengill: producer
Ryuhei Shindo: associate producer
Caroline Waterlow: co-producer
Svetlana Zill: consulting producer

Original Music by:
Yasuaki Shimizu
Cinematography by:
Zachary Heinzerling
Film Editing by:
David Teague
Sound Department
Branka Mrkic: dialogue editor
Mark Henry Phillips: sound designer
Jared Van Fleet: sound recordist
Visual Effects by:
Steve Mottershead: visual effects artist: Flame artist

Camera and Electrical Department
Nathan Lynch: additional camera
E.J. McLeavey-Fisher: additional camera
Ryuhei Shindo: additional camera

Animation Department
Chris Monaco: animator
Editorial Department
Will Cox: digital intermediate colorist
Andy Grieve: additional editor
Akiko Iwakawa-Grieve: additional editor
Akira Kamitaki: assistant editor
Leon Roberts: associate editor
Owen Rucker: digital intermediate on-line editor
Ryuhei Shindo: first assistant editor
Caitlin Tartaro: digital intermediate producer
Eri Yokoyama: assistant editor
Other crew
Teddy Blanks: title designer
André Des Rochers: production counsel
Mandy Goldberg: director of development: Cine Mosaic
Bianca Grimshaw: production counsel
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