Ozu followers might find it difficult to believe, but this suspenseful and emotionally powerful gangster thriller is one of the high points in Ozu's oeuvre in the silent era. Shot with stylistic flourishes such as tracking shots and sweeping chiaroscuro, Ozu has made a moody expressionist potboiler in the noir tradition a la Sternberg. Like Walk Cheerfully, Ozu's ealier gangster film, a one-time champion boxer turned small-time ringleader finds himself moodily torn between the affections of a vamp and an innocent maiden. The climactic sequence (involving the single gunshot fired in the entire existing Ozu canon) is as powerful as any silent film you'll ever see.
Seong-hyun, Gyeong-roh and Jeong-gwon are the best of friends. At school, Jeong-gwon is second to none in fighting. Seong-hyun is also a famous fighter. But Gyeong-roh on the other hand is just a slick. These three called themselves the "No Touch Clan" since they are the untouchables in town. After graduation these inseparable three start their own lives until Jeong-gwon returns to their hometown. Jeong-gwon, who became a real gangster, has just finished his time in jail. But it is not just Jeong-gwon who has changed. The town itself has changed too. Buildings are going up on every corner as Mafia groups enter the town, trying to get hold of concessions and power. A peaceful town is now swarming with gangs and groaning in chaos with these three friends accidentally getting caught in the middle of all this mess.
Yonosuke was lived in insatiable pursuit of love affairs with women and men as well, and a celebrated courtesan; the son first made love to a woman at the age of seven. Thereafter, always devoting himself to the affairs, Yonosuke ended up, at 60, sailing to Nyogogashima ("Isle of Women"). This film was adapted for the famous novel, Koshoku ichidai otoko which narrates 54 years of his adventures in affairs of women.
The portly Hung plays a gentle retarded man and Chan his brother struggling to care for him. Of course, a violent subplot gives Chan a chance to display his martial arts skills in what is one of his most sensitive films.
Un avocat est engagé par le patron d'une usine de produits chimiques pour défendre les intérêts de l'industrie face à l'opinion publique. Il fait appel à ses deux amis pour l'aider mais ils ne savent pas que l'usine cache une importante base pourletrafic de drogue. Il se retourne alors contre son "employeur", une lutte féroce pourla justice s'engage...(www.vhs-survivors.com)
Sang-ho and his friends Jae-gu and Chang-bae create a boys soccer club called "Tigers". Sang-ho, whose main passions are hitting the books and kicking a soccer ball, meets Su-hee through Jae-gu. Su-hee is polar opposite from Sang-ho. While he is the model student and athlete, Su-hee is a tough but pretty problem student. Their differences inevitably draw them together. But Su-hee belongs to Jong-suk, the leader of a teen gang calling themselves "T&T". The Tigers soon find themselves engulfed in a battle with T&T. When Sang-ho's friends become seriously injured during a fight with T&T, Sang-ho makes a choice he can't go back on
What would happen if all the continents in the world sank, leaving only Japan above water? Now the only superpower in the world, Japan dictates all law. This hilarious satire pokes fun at global superpowers, western traditions and foreign immigrants.
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