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Yakuza keibatsu-shi: Rinchi - shikei! (1969)

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Ryûtarô Ôtomo
Bunta Sugawara
Minoru Ôki
Hiroshi Miyauchi
Ichirô Sugai
Keiko Fujita
Hisaya Itô
Noriko Kuroda
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Renji Ishibashi
Hideo Kô
Kyônosuke Murai
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27 June 1969 (Japan)  »

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La loi yakuza  »

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tedious anthology film devoted to gruesome torture
6 January 2005 | by (NYC) – See all my reviews

Didn't like this one very much. It's an anthology film, with three chapters, progressing from what appeared to be the Tokugawa Shogunate, to Meiji era, to the 60's (can't be positive about any of the time periods).

Basically the flimsy plots are just an excuse to have Yakuza commit brutal acts on each other and throw lots of fake blood around. I can see how this may have been shocking or trail-blazing at the time of release, but I found it quite boring now. Without the shock value, the movie really has no center. The stories get progressively better - the first (amazingly, starring Bunta Sugawara, who usually improves anything he's in) is terrible, the second and third are slightly better.

Sidenote - the actor who plays the alien in Goke has a small role in the final piece as a weird yo-yo obsessed Yakuza.


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