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The second film in Takashi Miikes Black Society Trilogy continues the theme of alienation, as an outcast yakuza Yuji, lives as a hit man on the fringes of the Taiwanese criminal world.
When Yuji is unexpectedly saddled with what may be his real son, a sense of responsibility is born in him as he uses his lethal skills to find some sort of haven for his newly found family.
In this lean and mean movie, full of twists, shocks and violent death, Miike finds a glimmer of hope in the need for all of us to care for something.
Interview With Director
Interview With Editor
Full Length Commentary By Tom Mes, Acclaimed Writer On Japanese Cinema
Biographies & Filmographies
RUNNING TIME 95 MINS APPROX
ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN PRESENTATION
OPTIONAL ENGLISH SUBTITLES
This is only the third movie by director Takashi Miike that I have watched the other two being 13 Assassins and Audition both of which had a lot more violence in them so I was not... Read morePublished on April 28, 2012 by J Tate
No gore, no shock, just a raw well done character study. If you admire Miike's work you must have this DVD in your collection. It is one of my favorites.Published on January 28, 2009 by J. Lint