Shinjuku Triad Society DVD
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Directed by Takashi Miike
Produced in 1995
Main Language - JAPANESE with English subtitles
Takeshi Caesar, Kyosuke Izutsu
The first of three films in Takashi's Triad Society Trilogy. A bloody gangland battle is taking place for control of Tokyo's seedy Shinjuku district. A fast, ferocious and ultraviolent cocktail of twisted action and perverse humour.
Length: 100 mins
Aspect ratio: Anamorphic 1.78:1
Cat No: TVD3391
Format: DVD Colour
- Theatrical Trailer
- Takashi interview
- Tom Mes film notes.
by Barry Forshaw on 7th May 2003
Mike Takashi's highly individual (and very violent) trilogy quickly establishes itself as one of the most accomplished sequences in an overcrowded (and frankly exhaust... Read on
Mike Takashi's highly individual (and very violent) trilogy quickly establishes itself as one of the most accomplished sequences in an overcrowded (and frankly exhausted) genre. With ruthless economy, the director details the blood-boltered gang battles for control of the notorious Shinjuku district. When the Dragon Claw gang from Taiwan attempts to hijack the dope, extortion and gay prostitution rackets run by the local Japanese Yakuza, a lone cop predicts the bloodshed that lies ahead. And in Rainy Dog, the handling of violent confrontation is truly kinetic. Unsurprising, given that the director is also responsible for the highly unusual Audition. The plotting, of course is fairly rudimentary, lacking the sophistication of many Western contributions to the genre. But there is no denying the sheer exhilaration that Takashi's control of the medium of cinema engenders in the viewer Hide