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Anthony is a bland and cautious American office worker living in Tokyo with nothing exceptional about him. Or so he thinks. When his young son is killed, Anthony begins a violent and bizarre metamorphosis, his flesh transforming into metal, his body expressing his repressed rage and lust for revenge. Anthony is becoming the weapon that will destroy the man who killed his son and, if his rage cannot be contained, the entire city in the process. Cult director Shinya Tsukamoto s TETSUO trilogy comes full-circle with TETSUO: THE BULLET MAN.
Not as good as the first 2, by far. Still an interesting site to see, but don't expect the same intensity. It's not there.Published 10 months ago by JohnnyJay
I'd say I'm the kind of person with a curiosity; I like to watch foreign films to see the differences between mainstream cinema, and cinema of other countries, or independent film... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Esteban
I really thought Tetsuo: Iron Man was a great film. Minimal dialogue, insane premise, apocalyptic desolation, bio-mechanical infections... Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by Tom Foolery
Love it or hate it, the "Tetsuo" trilogy from cult director Shinya Tsukamoto has been a visceral assault on the senses. Read morePublished on July 19, 2011 by K. Harris