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In the 1970s, Robert Mitchum made three great movies: "Farewell, My Lovely," "The Friends of Eddie Coyle" and this poignant study of love and honor in post-war Japan. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Uncle Mickey
One of THE best Japanese noir films ever. The only other film I found that came close was Black Rain. If you liked that..you're gonna love this!Published 1 month ago by Dante Alighieri
This is a must see move. It talks about the yakuza and there code.Published 2 months ago by Harold E. Navroth
Another 70s classic that holds up well. Behnd-the-scenes making of film from the time the film was made is a great bonus. Why don't all DVDs do this??Published 4 months ago by MORTY S. TASHMAN
One of the greatest films ever made: 9.5. Also Mitchum's best. And as others have noted, 'its the best film about Japan made by a non Japanese' well yes it is - but it wasn't just... Read morePublished 4 months ago by AustraliaRealEstate.mobi
Still has that good action all the way to the end as I remember with Robert Mitchum, they don't make them like this anymorePublished 5 months ago by Hernandez L.
An excellent movie that many people don't know about.
Mitchum is at his finest with an excellent story line.