Guys Who Never Learn II (1987)

Hei no naka no purei bôru (original title)
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Masao Kusakari Masao Kusakari ... Junichi Mizuta
Johnny Ohkura Johnny Ohkura ... Kyodo Kano (as Johnny Okura)
Masaki Kyômoto ... Kenta Kawasaki
Junkyu Moriyama Junkyu Moriyama ... Satoru Nakajima
Kazuyuki Matsuzawa Kazuyuki Matsuzawa ... Danpei Saoshi
Arthur Kuroda Arthur Kuroda ... Tsutomu Yamane
Isamu Nagato ... Ohno Hiroshi
Tsutomu Shimomoto Tsutomu Shimomoto ... Tadashi Koyama
Arase Arase ... Toramatsu Sakamoto
Guts Ishimatsu Guts Ishimatsu ... Ryota Mihara
Akiyoshi Nosaka Akiyoshi Nosaka ... Akira Okuzaki
Masatô Ibu Masatô Ibu ... Hideo Yamamoto
Jôji Abe Jôji Abe ... Naoya Abe
Shingo Yamashiro Shingo Yamashiro ... Samezu
Rikiya Yasuoka ... Fukada
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Japan

Language:

Japanese

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21 November 1987 (Japan) See more »

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Guys Who Never Learn II See more »

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Shochiku Eizo Company See more »
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Japanese slammer drama has curiosity value.
1 February 2004 | by MozjoukineSee all my reviews

These series programmers were occasionally more revealing than the prestige material that came in through consular distribution or commercial exploitation.

The shock in this one comes with the sub plot about the menace in the prison not being drugs or gang bangs but athlete's foot - with a big close up of peeling skin that would never have made it into a Western production or even something from Akira Kurosawa.

Otherwise it's competent and ordinary, made by people we never get to hear about and who aren't the least interested in what I might think about their work. This is probably why the piece plays in a way that isn't familiar.


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