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Jingi naki tatakai: Chojo sakusen (1974)

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As Japan gears up for the 1964 Olympic games, the cops start to crack down under pressure from the public and the press... See full synopsis »



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Credited cast:
Bunta Sugawara ...
Shozo Hirono
Akira Kobayashi
Tatsuo Umemiya
Toshio Kurosawa
Hiroki Matsukata
Kunie Tanaka
Nobuo Kaneko
Takeshi Katô
Asao Koike
Shingo Yamashiro
Nobuo Yana ...
Isamu Kasai
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ryûji Katagiri
Shin'ichirô Mikami
Ryô Nishida


As Japan gears up for the 1964 Olympic games, the cops start to crack down under pressure from the public and the press... See full synopsis »

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Action | Crime | Drama





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15 January 1974 (Japan)  »

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Police Tactics  »

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2.35 : 1
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Followed by Another Battle (2000) See more »

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Terrific fourth installment is a violent, bloody epic
3 October 2005 | by (Mountains of Madness) – See all my reviews

The fourth installment of this series details how escalating violence amongst yakuza created a bloody fallout that resulted in the deaths of many innocent civilians. As a result of public and political pressure to crack down on the violence, the police were forced to act against the crime families they had co-existed with for so long.

You would be doing yourself a disservice watching this entry if you had not seen the previous three. It is simply the fifth hour in a close-to-eight-hour epic that examines, in fascinating detail, the rise of post-WW2 organized crime in Japan.

This is a particularly bloody, nasty installment that is filled with action, intrigue, political maneuvering and vicious back-stabbing.

Fukasaku's grasp of the material is firm and the performances remain at the highest standard.


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