Takashi, a bank robber, dreams of his final heist and escaping to Brazil. But in his way, stands a woman that loves him, his dead partner's brother, a corrupt cop, a motorcycle gang and every police officer in the Kanto region.
Based on the "2.26 Incident", an attempted coup d'état in Japan 1936, launched by radical ultra-nationalist parts of the military. Several leading politicians were killed and the center of ... See full summary »
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I was more than a little bored by this Japanese yakuza feature which I expected to be far more interesting. It tries to have some European, American acents, but it lacks action and also the gloominess that we had a decade earlier in Rising Sun Country crime flicks. It's a rare movie though but not worth enough for me to keep it. talkative. Kinji Fukasaku would have given us a far better result with such a material.
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