Sion Sono

Sion Sono Movies and TV Shows

Sion Sono (園 子温 Sono Shion, born December 18, 1961) is a Japanese filmmaker, author and poet. Best known on the festival circuit for the film Love Exposure (2008), he has been called "the most subversive filmmaker working in Japanese cinema today".

Personal info

  • Gender: Male
  • Date of birth: 12/18/1961 (62 years old)
  • Place of birth: Toyokawa, Aichi, Japan
Year
Genre
IMDB
TMDB
Available on the following streaming services in the UK
2021

Action

Horror

Thriller

4.2
50%
Red Post on Escher Street
IMDB 7.2
TMDB 80%
role:
Director & 2 more
2020

Comedy

Drama

7.2
80%
Crazy Samurai Musashi
IMDB 4.7
TMDB 40%
role:
Story & 1 more
2020

Action

4.7
40%
The Forest of Love: Deep Cut
IMDB 6.8
TMDB 69%
role:
Director & 2 more
2020

Crime

Drama

6.8
69%
The Forest of Love
IMDB 6.3
TMDB 66%
role:
Screenplay & 2 more
2019

Crime

Drama

Horror

Thriller

6.3
66%
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Tokyo Vampire Hotel
IMDB 5.9
TMDB 64%
role:
Director & 1 more
2017

Horror

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

5.9
64%
The Whispering Star
IMDB 6.5
TMDB 75%
role:
Director & 1 more
2015

Drama

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

6.5
75%
The Virgin Psychics
IMDB 5.4
TMDB 58%
role:
Screenplay & 1 more
2015

Comedy

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

5.4
58%
Love & Peace
IMDB 6.8
TMDB 69%
role:
Director & 1 more
2015

Comedy

Drama

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

6.8
69%
Shinjuku Swan
IMDB 6.0
TMDB 59%
role:
Screenplay & 1 more
2015

Action

Crime

Drama

6.0
59%
Venice 70: Future Reloaded
IMDB 5.9
TMDB 52%
role:
Director
Not available
2013

Drama

5.9
52%
Not available
The Land of Hope
IMDB 6.6
TMDB 63%
role:
Director & 1 more
2012

Drama

6.6
63%
Exte: Hair Extensions
IMDB 6.3
TMDB 59%
role:
Screenplay & 1 more
2007

Horror

Mystery

Thriller

6.3
59%

FAQs

Some movies or TV shows available in the UK starring or involving Sion Sono are, for example, Prisoners of the Ghostland, Crazy Samurai Musashi and The Forest of Love: Deep Cut.
The streaming services with the largest selection are Amazon, Google Play and iTunes.
The best StreamHint ratings are The Whispering Star (7.0), The Forest of Love: Deep Cut (6.9) and The Land of Hope (6.5).
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