16 thinkers gathered together to discuss the political issues in Japan, such as reuse of nuclear plants, accepting right of collective self defense, TPP, the secrecy law and the revision of constitution by Abe regime.
This documentary shows that how Japanese citizens determined to fight against Abe regime's War and the Law of Jungle policy. Instead more than eight hundreds participants stated that opposition to Abe regime.
The Blue Sky is the first Asian digit-3D student film featuring individual tragedy between the Chinese pilot Zhengliang, Xu and the young Japanese pilot Ryuta, Watanabe in The Second Sino-Japanese War, 'brutality of war' as its theme.
When the governor of Tokyo is killed in his campaign for election, the former CIA agent Travis Hunter is assigned to find the responsible working together with the rookie FBI agent Sean. Travis was raised in Japan, has great connections with the underworld of the streets and is a master in sword and martial arts, trained by a former member of Yakuza. Travis discloses that there is a war between the old and traditional members of Yakuza and the new generation leaded by the deranged and sick Kuroda, who has associated to the Chinese Tong mobster Chen in a powerful drug dealing business. When his fiancée Nayako is brutally and cowardly murdered by one of Kuroda's men, the mission of Travis becomes a personal issue and he seeks revenge. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Director mink actually shot the film in Super 35 with the intention of framing the completed picture in the 2.35:1 aspect ratio, but when Sony decided to send the film straight to DVD, the studio instead re-framed the picture to 1.85:1. See more »
Throughout the scene when Mai Ling is fighting the doors behind her switches from closed to open. Even when leaving the room the mistake is repeated. See more »
[to a yakuzi member on his food]
You eat this shit?
[stabs yakuzi member in the throat with a set of chopsticks]
Eat your chopsticks
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"Into the Sun" is one of Seagal's better efforts of late. The plot: Travis Hunter (Seagal) goes to Japan to stop the Yakuza. This time he has a partner named Sean (Davis). They uncover a drug ring bigger than Seagal himself.
Most Seagal movies nowadays are shot on the cheap in Bulgaria. But this time around they shot it in Japan. That was a good choice because the colors are bright, and there's a lot of breathtaking sights. Seagal puts in his routine performance, but he smiles!.... On second thought, It's probably a stunt smiler. There's also a few scenes where Hunter speaks Japanese but the townspeople don't. That was weird. I guess only "reported egomaniac" SEAGAL can speak the language. He does put some energy into the fights though, and the climax with the samurai swords was cool.
"Into The Sun" had a $35 million dollar budget and was supposed to debut in theaters. I don't know why it didn't, it's not a masterpiece but it's just as good as "Exit Wounds".
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