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Kobe Kokusai Gang (1975)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ken Takakura ... Masato Dan
Bunta Sugawara ... Kenzo Otaki
Tetsurô Tanba ... Rinsei
Kôji Wada Kôji Wada ... Tamotsu Maehara
Yôko Maki Yôko Maki ... Maki Tajima
Isao Natsuyagi ... Yutaka Nakao
Renji Ishibashi ... Pochi
Kenji Imai Kenji Imai ... Tetsufumi
Hideji Ôtaki Hideji Ôtaki ... Tokugen (as Shuji Ôaki)
Rokkô Toura Rokkô Toura ... Detective nishimura
Toshitaka Itô Toshitaka Itô ... Goro Tanigawa
Kunie Tanaka ... Teruo Maruyama
Guts Ishimatsu Guts Ishimatsu ... Nougaki
Moeko Ezawa Moeko Ezawa ... Satoko
Aoi Nakajima Aoi Nakajima ... Hatsue
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yakuza | See All (1) »

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Action | Crime

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

14 October 1975 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Kobe kokuasi gyangu See more »

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Toei Company See more »
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Color
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Adequate Yakuza feature.
23 October 2016 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

I was excited to see a Japanese crime flick starring Bunta Sugawara and Takakura Ken - the best known Japanese actor outside his own country, all over the world, with of course Toshiro Mifune. Both play here some low rate hoods who try to survive after the war by selling stolen goods - sugar - to some Chinese organization in Kowloon. Gangs too, who try to set them up, cheat our leads. That's an action and crime film, very far from Kinji Fukasaku's stuff, but still agreeable to watch for Japanese, and particularly Yakuza movies buffs like me. This story emphasizes much on the social misery that spreads all over Japan after the war. Ghettos and homeless people living among the garbage, beggars and crooks. As we see in so many other Japanese films, actors are sometimes over-acting but that's the way it is. I also assure you that movie is not a comedy but a rough and somehow brutal Yakuza tale, as I expected, although not being the best I have ever seen. It is also question here of the Korean mafia. One amusing sequence where Bunta Sugarawa has sex with his girl friend whilst he reads the newspaper.


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