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The ending is pure Imamura; a poetic farewell to Enokizu that is both eerily enigmatic and profoundly meaningful.
Considering the source material, Imamura maintains an almost documentary-like feel throughout the film, as emotionless and reptilian as the killer himself.
Shohei Imamura's Vengeance is Mine is savage, coldblooded, intense, and one of the best foreign films ive seen in a while.
in showing the japanese people as they are, Immamura develops a dualism between modern japanese naturalism and the dominating influences of the western and eastern cultures in many... Read morePublished 11 days ago by takezo
A crazy ride into a man's messed up psyche. Vengence is Mine doesn't deserve to be as unknown as it is. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sasha
Weird, but enthralling. The psychopath is portrayed with some complexity. Film is based on real-life events in Japan.Published 1 month ago by Philly reader
As a fan of Criterion style films I liked it. The print was not that good even though I watched the HD version.Published 3 months ago by Robsun
On January 4, 1964, a convoy of patrol cars traverse a provincial countryside to escort captured criminal Iwao Enokizu (Ken Ogata) to the local police precinct for interrogation. Read morePublished on April 21, 2010 by Le_Samourai
Shohei Imamura's reputation is growing in my mind the more films I see by him. I recently saw the impressive 1979 film Vengeance Is Mine (a film that is included in Roger Ebert's... Read morePublished on March 9, 2010 by Patrick Mc Coy
Shohei Imamura's Vengeance is Mine is savage, coldblooded, intense, and one of the best foreign films ive seen in a while. Read morePublished on January 28, 2009 by Michael Andrews
A film which holds your attention for all of its 140minutes, Vengeance is Mine prompts the audience to consider the question of art and reality. Read morePublished on October 22, 2007 by Ian Muldoon