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Kyôso tanjô (1993)

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A young man, Kazuo, joins a new cult religion even though he sees through the initial recruitment pretense, and participating in the activities of a new social phenomenon, some of whose ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Masato Hagiwara ...
Kazuo Takayama
Kôji Tamaki ...
Tetsuharu Komamura
Ittoku Kishibe ...
Go
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Daisuke Shiba
Masami Shimojô ...
Original 'Kyoso'
Miyako Yamaguchi ...
Yoko
Masako Motai ...
Masako
Aya Kokumai ...
Tomoko
Yoshie Minami ...
Hisae
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Susumu Terajima ...
Man beaten up in alley
Kanji Tsuda
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A young man, Kazuo, joins a new cult religion even though he sees through the initial recruitment pretense, and participating in the activities of a new social phenomenon, some of whose members genuinely believe in the principles and practice as preached, while others have more Machiavellian motives. Written by L.H. Wong <lhw@sfs.org.sg>

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20 November 1993 (Japan)  »

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Many Happy Returns  »

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Mostly a gentle comedy
3 June 2001 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

Yes, Beat T does make some gentle comedies. This one pokes fairly gentle fun at small religious cults, although Beat does live up to his name, and physically punish some of the characters when they stray from the script. I only rated this film as Five, as it is rather too slow for my liking, and perhaps I think cults need the boot sunk in more firmly. However, if you enjoyed Beat's A SCENE BY THE SEA, you'll probably find this one at least okay.


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