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Titre The yakuza papers [videorecording] : battles without honor & humanity / director, Kinji Fukasaku ; screenplay, Kazuo Kasahara ; original story, Koichi Iiboshi
Éditeur [Chicago, IL] : Home Vision Entertainment, 2004.
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Sujet anglais Yakuza -- Japan -- Drama.
Gangs -- Japan.
Collaboration Fukasaku, Kinji, 1930-2003
Kasahara, Kazuo, 1927-2002.
Iiboshi, Kōichi
Sugawara, Bunta, 1933-2014
Matsukata, Hiroki
Watase, Tsunehiko
Description 6 videodiscs : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 2 guides
Édition Collector's ed.
Note Aspect ratio 2.35:1; made from a digital transfer enhanced for 16:9 televisions with restored image and sound.
Packaged in metal case.
Special features: Friedkin on Fukasaku, which discusses the influence of Kukasaku on Hollywood action films of the 1970s ; Jitsuroku: reinventing a genre: a 20-minute video essay on how "The Yakuza Papers" forever changed Japanese cinema ; Boryoku: Fukasaku and the art of violence, features a rare interview and behind-the-scenes footage with Kinji Fukasaku ; Kantoku: remembering the director: the director's son, Kenta Fukasaku, Masao Sato and Sadao Yamane share their memories of working with the legendary director Kinji Fukasaku ; Kaplan on the yakuza: David Kaplan, chief investigative reporter for U.S. News and World Report, gives a primer on Japan's criminal underworld ; Translating Fukasaku: an interview with subtitler Linda Hoaglund ; also includes "The Yakuza Wars of Hiroshima" a pull-out viewer's guide and a 16-page booklet featuring essays and articles.
Dépouillement v. 1. Battles without honor & humanity = Jingi naki tatakai (1973) (99 min.) -- v. 2. Deadly fight in Hiroshima = Hiroshima shito hen (1973) (100 min.) -- v. 3. Proxy war = Dairi senso (1973) (102 min.) -- v. 4. Police tactics = Chojo sakusen (1974) (101 min.) -- v. 5. Final episode = Kanketsu-hen (1974) (98 min.) -- [v. 6.] Special features.
Distribution Bunta Sugawara, Hiroki Matsukata, Tsunehiko Watase.
Résumé The series is loosely based on the serialized two-volume novel by Koichi Iiboshi that chronicles the Hiroshima gang war that lasted nearly twenty five years. The series revolves around Shozo Hirono an ex-soldier living in Hiroshima after World War II.
Langue In Japanese with optional subtitles in English (2.0 mono).
Note locale Collection le 7e.
ISBN 0780029267 (set)
Isn 037429199527 (set)
Autre titre Battles without honor & humanity
Battles without honor and humanity
Note Title on container: Kinji Fukasaku's The yakuza papers : battles without honor & humanity
Autre titre Jingi naki tatakai.
Deadly fight in Hiroshima.
Hiroshima shito hen.
Proxy war.
Dairi senso.
Police tactics.
Chojo sakusen.
Final episode.
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