Detective Azuma is a Dirty-Harry style rogue cop who often uses violence and unethical methods to get results. While investigating a series of drug-related homicides, Azuma discovers that his friend and colleague, Iwaki, is supplying drugs from within the police force. After Iwaki is murdered and Azuma's sister is kidnapped, he breaks all the rules to dish out his particular form of justice.
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Did You Know?
The original script was a comedy. Takeshi Kitano
was then very concerned about the audience recognizing his acting skills and he didn't feel that a comedy would allow him to act nor allow the audience to abstract from his comic TV personality. So he rewrote the script, removed all comedy and turned it into a drama. See more
[Kiyohiro has been served a search warrant.
[Azuma pulls out an envelope and a syringe.
There are no opening credits beyond the title. See more
When the film was released in Swedish cinemas in 1992, it was censored with a little more than one minute for violence, the cuts were made in the following scenes:
- The policeman getting assaulted before he gets his head crushed by a baseball bat.
- The scene where Azuma assaults Hazishume on the toilet, and the finger cutting sequence.
- The following cuts are when Azuma assaults the killer in the locker room and a bloody execution scene at the end.
Sono otoko, kyobo ni tsuki (Main Theme)
Music by Daisaku Kume
Arranged by Daisaku Kume
Produced by Kazuyoshi Okuyama
Courtesy by Vap Inc. See more